### Concepts

#### Quantum Metaphysics

- All data and matter consist of nodes and connections
- Nodes can generally be broken into smaller subnodes/subsystems
- Groups of nodes and connections can form larger supernodes, and so on without limit
- Data and matter are only meaningful if connections exist allowing interaction with other nodes
- A node can have any data structure, including pointer connections to other nodes
- Connections can be pointers, functions, event messages, signals, pipes, etc.

#### Technical Details

- A quantum database will generally store more than data, thus a "Quantum Base", or Q-Base is a preferred term
- A Q-Base can store anything from a bit to a complex structure of virtual machines
- A Q-Base must be as simple as possible. Its design must be mathematically complete. All state transitions are event driven and synchronized to a global reference clock
- Q-Base code must be purely mathematical and open-source. All data and functions must be precisely defined such that issues such as buffer overflows, memory access violations and similar bugs cannot occur
- Eventually a Q-Base could run on pure hardware such as an FPGA but initially will run on Linux

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