through Ibooks, research autism llc distributes the series: 

1. Thus Returned Quetzalcoatl: An interview with Antonio Cassella concerning autism,

2. Thus Returned Quetzalcoatl: An interview with Antonio Cassella concerning global warming, and

3. Thus Returned Quetzalcoatl: An interview with Antonio Cassella concerning Progress

classical computing (CC) is spared in autism

Within quantum coherence and acceptance of a challenge, autistics  cannot view "yes" and "no" simultaneously. Hence, autistics cannot solve a problem through quantum de-coherence, or imagine what unknown act on their part would make a person marry their proposition.

Autistics cannot see less-than-perfect patterns, or patterns that embrace opposite meanings at the same time. For example, the nuances of the meaning of "Quizás, quizás, quizás." The reason is that quantum neural computing is impaired in autism: "I do love you"and "I do not love you." 

Antonio Cassella found that autistics appreciate the perfect repetition of a pattern of sounds, as in Nat King Cole's song, "Quizás, quizás, quizás" (maybe, maybe, maybe). The reason is that  classical neural computing is unimpaired at birth in autism: "Yes," I  love you, or "no," I do not love you.

complementarity of CC and QC is impaired in autism

quantum computing (QC) is impaired in autism

through Amazon kindle, research autism llc distributes the series: 

1. Así Regresó Quetzalcóatl: Una entrevista con Antonio Cassella sobre el autismo,

2. Así Regresó Quetzalcóatl: Una entrevista con Antonio Cassella sobre el calentamiento global

3. Así Regresó Quetzalcóatl: Una entrevista con Antonio Cassella sobre el Progreso

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