### Mark Farrugia

Shared publicly -**3SAT==QBBR**: Humans 'see' only a tiny slice of the known electromagnetic spectrum. Interestingly enough, this 'visible light' is centered around the

**peak**of our Sun's 5800K blackbody curve.

Note here how

**random 3SAT cost**curves look & behave exactly like

**quantum blackbody radiation (QBBR)**curves, and that the most interesting & difficult 3SAT instances, which probably contain the most information, are also found centered around each curve's peak.

I am guessing that there exists a quantum algorithm (using say, a

**QFT**on superpositions of standing EM waves) that can solve any given 3SAT instance in

**O(n^3)**time, since the

**total**power radiated by a blackbody is proportional to O(T^4), with derivative O(T^3).

**QED. (c)**

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(1) # of variables n == Temperature K

(2) Ratio m/n (clauses/variables) == Wavelength v/f (velocity/frequency)

(3) Peaks get sharper, and shift to lower X-axis values, as variables/temperature increase.

(4) Visible light is found centered around the peak of our Sun's ~5800K curve == location of the hardest problems in random 3SAT formulae.

(2) Ratio m/n (clauses/variables) == Wavelength v/f (velocity/frequency)

(3) Peaks get sharper, and shift to lower X-axis values, as variables/temperature increase.

(4) Visible light is found centered around the peak of our Sun's ~5800K curve == location of the hardest problems in random 3SAT formulae.

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