It continues to amaze me that qubelets and
mega-qubits explain quantum phenomena so
remarkably. In fact, in my book, I illustrate
how this conceptual model describes other
quantum effects such as teleporting and quantum
cryptography. In fact, in the appendix, I also show
how to analyze the Mach-Zehnder Interferometer,
an experiment that defies classical explanation but
lends itself to a quantum mechanical analysis.

In teleporting, for example, the traditional
mathematical approach masks the *raison d'etre*
of how a quantum state travels from one place
to another without any intervening mechanism to
transport. In my book, you
can see this phenomena with pictures.

With this background of quantum phenomena, you
should now get a better idea of the mathematics
and the bizarre ideas that underpin quantum
computing.

I would like to thank my editor, Brian MacDonald, at Pragmatic Bookshelf for his guidance in helping make the book on which this tutorial is based on exceed what I ever imagined it could be. I would also like to express my deep gratitude to my publisher at the Pragmatic Bookshelf for taking a chance on my and letting me freely develop a method to explain quantum computing that is so diverges from the conventional treatment.