Read an article the other day saying that the library of congress or possibly an unlimited amount of info could be stored in and retrieved from an electron. This was quantum phase change tech. So an electron could be made to act like an info packet? Is it already such a packet? Does using it like a storage device change its nature or basic characteristics? If it can store and retrieve is it in any way programmable. This tech almost seems to imply that electrons and subatomic particles are like code objects or objects in reuseable code. But more the artical said that quantum phase change tech could make metals act like plastic and plastic act like metals on the fly it seems. Now we’ve known that virtual atoms or quantum dots had some of these characteristics but this makes ordinary matter seem programmable and programmable apparently through some sort of frequency interface. Coding the universe? Code-able universe, like notion that the universe is a q computer from Seth Lloyde. Programming the universe?
@Melvin lets just run with this one and forget the others.