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'One month's POINTLESS' Fans voice fears after Ant McPartlin leaves rehab

'One month's POINTLESS' Fans voice fears after Ant McPartlin leaves rehab

Entertainment
They voiced their concerns as the 42-year-old telly favourite was spotted for the first time since finishing intensive treatment following a drink-drive smash.He was seen smiling and joking with a female pal as he walked his black Labrador Hurley.Ant cancelled work commitments and checked into a private clinic after his Mini smashed into two cars in London last month.He was twice over the limit and was banned for 20 months and fined £86,000 at Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court. PA / GETTYWORRIES: Ant has left rehab for a second time amid fan fears for his health “If he is serious he needs to do a year at least – he can afford it” A fanThe star was last week given the all-clear by medics to continue his recovery outside the clinic. But fans fear he may have left treatmen
Quantum computers 'one step closer'

Quantum computers 'one step closer'

Science
Quantum computing has taken a step forward with the development of a programmable quantum processor made with silicon.The team used microwave energy to align two electron particles suspended in silicon, then used them to perform a set of test calculations.By using silicon, the scientists hope that quantum computers will be more easy to control and manufacture. The research was published in the journal Nature.The old adage of Schrödinger's Cat is often used to frame a basic concept of quantum theory. We use it to explain the peculiar, but important, concept of superposition; where something can exist in multiple states at once.For Schrodinger's feline friend - the simultaneous states were dead and alive.Superposition is what makes quantum computing so potentially powerful.Standard computer