What do you mean when you say the computer is the virtual opposite of QM?
I was being both metaphorical and literal.
I mean the ideal computer has a total lack of things like Heisenberg uncertainty principles, Schrodenger's cat, etc. There are no sources of anything unpredictable, any change from a known state must result in another known state. It is an ideal binary world where everything is deterministic. Never is there anything like an 'unpredictable Quantum Fluctuation'. There is nothing relative or statistical about it. Things are either one or zero.
And when an error happens in a non-ideal computer, we call it by its proper name, an error, not evolution.