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Information encoding in electrons is at least as robust to external electromagnetic disturbances as spread spectrum digital information transfer in modern digital mobile phone network.
Recent experiments in quantum computing indicate that electron's "memory" is quite short (nano-seconds). For this reason electrons need to continuously exchange photons (Light) between themselves in order to sustain information. This is Life.
I suspect that quantum-based information encoding can even withstand a small atomic blast.
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