After Rebirth, I Am the White Moonlight of All The Big Brothers Chapter 74

Chapter 074: Stunning the Teacher, Who is Your Sister?

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“Do you know about impurity atoms, gravitational constant, curved spacetime, PQ theory, Floquet π mode, Lorentz covariance, Dirac equation, topological photonics, light field control, artificial intelligence nano-photonics chips? Are you familiar with ideal experiment method, limit thinking method, equivalent substitution method, amplification of small quantities method, scientific hypothesis method, controlled variable method, infinitesimal method?”

“Are you familiar with single-layer copper-based superconductors, scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy research, as well as superconducting state, pseudoenergy gap state, charge density wave state, and mod topological insulator state?”

“Can you answer what dark energy and dark matter are, why there is an arrow of time, why ordinary matter is more abundant than antimatter, why God is left-handed, and whether parallel universes exist?”

Jiang Chenxing finished the three paragraphs in one breath, leaving all the teachers in front of him dumbfounded.

After a while, one of the teachers said, “Wait… we were the ones asking you. How did you turn the tables and start asking us?”

Well, the teachers themselves didn’t know. They were also dumbfounded!

“Because,” the young boy smiled shyly, his beautiful peach blossom eyes hiding a hint of embarrassment but also inexplicable cuteness, “I also don’t know, don’t understand, and can’t answer.”

“Zhuangzi said: ‘Judge the beauty of heaven and earth, analyze the principles of all things.'”

“Alexander Pope once said: ‘Nature and nature’s laws lay hidden at night. God said, ‘Let Newton be!’ and all was light.'”

“Ernest Rutherford insisted: ‘All science is either physics or stamp collecting.'”

“These are others’ understandings and perspectives on ‘physics,’ but primary schools don’t have physics courses, and I don’t know how to study it, so… I can’t express my own views.” He scratched his head.

The teachers were stunned once again.

He couldn’t express his views? Really?

“Then where did you learn about the theories, equations, conductors, etc.? You can’t just make things up, can you?”

Jiang Chenxing replied, “My sister has many books and often goes to bookstores and libraries. She has a USB drive that contains research papers. I’ve only read some of the Chinese ones and remembered a small part of them.”

The questioning teacher became interested, “Is your sister a researcher in the field of physics?”

“No,” Little Brother Jiang shook his head, “she’s a high school student.”

“A high school student?!” Reading academic papers?! Are you kidding?

Just the topics Jiang Chenxing mentioned earlier involved quantum field theory, string theory, quantum gravity, and cosmology, among others.

Why would a non-professional researcher delve into these tough subjects?

The knowledge content of a research paper often surpasses that of more than a dozen books. It’s not something a high school student can digest, unless…

“Is your sister in a special program for gifted students?”

Jiang Chenxing looked puzzled, “What is a special program? Is it available at our school?”

The teacher shook their head, “It’s not available at our school.”

“Then my sister definitely isn’t in one.”


“She is a student at No. 1 High School!”

The teachers were collectively shocked. “What’s your sister’s name?”

“Jiang Fuyue?” Meng Zhijian, who had just come out of the office, paused in his tracks. “What are you doing here? Didn’t you say you’d come to collect your results on Monday? Oh, the door just got locked. I need to go to Director Zhao’s office to get the key. You wait here…”

“Teacher Meng,” Jiang Fuyue closed her book and stood up straight. “That’s not necessary. I can pick up the results tomorrow.”

“In that case, why are you here at school…”

“To accompany my younger brother for the middle school department interview.”

“Oh, I see,” Meng Zhijian nodded, then his gaze suddenly froze, fixated on the book in her hand.

More precisely, on the book’s cover in her hand.

“‘New Compilation of Quantum Computing’?”

“Yes,” Jiang Fuyue nodded, holding up the book with the cover facing up.

“You’re interested in quantum computing?” Meng Zhijian was quite surprised.

Because this already delved into specific research areas within physics, not knowledge that high school students needed to master, and certainly not something that could be easily grasped.

Jiang Fuyue’s tone remained calm, but her eyes seemed to gleam faintly. “Teacher Meng, do you have any knowledge in this area?”

Without waiting for Meng Zhijian’s response, she continued on her own, “Do you know about adiabatic quantum search algorithms? Quantum circuit algorithms have much lower time complexity than their classical counterparts in problems such as large integer factorization, unsorted search, and optimization. However, designing a quantum circuit algorithm for a specific class of problems is very challenging. It wasn’t until the adiabatic quantum computing model was proposed in 2000 that the design difficulty of quantum algorithms was significantly reduced. This model only needs to consider designing the final state of the system as the solution to a specific problem, while the initial state of the system is designed as a superposition of the solution and non-solution states…”

Meng Zhijian: “?”

“… If we compare and study the adiabatic quantum search algorithm, the Grover search algorithm (a quantum circuit algorithm), and the adiabatic quantum computing algorithm, is there sufficient experimental data to prove that the adiabatic quantum search algorithm has greater flexibility and adaptability?”

Meng Zhijian was completely dumbfounded.

“Teacher Meng? Are you okay?”

“Cough! What you just said…”

Jiang Fuyue looked at him with anticipation.

“It’s very profound,” he said seriously, “but I haven’t studied physics in such detailed subfields.”

So, please spare me! Oh my… it’s too terrifying.

Meng Zhijian fled in confusion.

Jiang Fuyue stood still, her eyebrows slightly furrowed. Was the coverage of the papers she had read not comprehensive enough? Or had the field of quantum computing advanced to a degree beyond her imagination?

Her intuition told her that the latter was more likely.

Her fingertips brushed over the faded printing edition and the reprint date on the spine of the book. 2037, the seventh year after her death, and 13 years have passed since then. For scientific research that could see new changes every day, the content inside clearly couldn’t keep up with the pace of the times.

From 2030 to 2050, in the blink of an eye, she had missed out on 20 years.

In the vast river of disciplinary development, 20 years might be insignificant, but in terms of research in specific subfields, it was enough to create a qualitative leap!

Jiang Fuyue realized very clearly that in order to make up for the missing 20 years, she needed more updated papers, not limited to domestic or foreign sources, covering various disciplines and fields, including theories, research methods, and practical applications.

Previously, she would take a USB drive to an internet cafe to download papers and then copy them to the cloud to browse on her phone.

However, it was very difficult to perform real-time searches for relevant papers while browsing.

Going to the library could solve this problem, but the municipal library was nearly a two-hour drive from No. 1 High School, and it was practically impossible to go there during regular school days except on Saturdays and Sundays.

Therefore, the most pressing matter…

Was to buy a computer!

Without wasting any time, as soon as Jiang Chenxing came out, Jiang Fuyue dragged him to the computer city.

“?” There were many question marks from the little boy.

“Sis, why don’t you even ask how I did on the test?”

Jiang Fuyue stopped in front of a repair shop on the fifth floor and, without even looking at him, said, “The die is cast, whether it’s good or bad is already determined. If I ask, will you gain an extra point?”

“… No.”

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