Ok I get it.
You are saying "quantum" when you mean "magical". You are proposing that there is some magical
computer that has consciousness and reasonings as part of their magical powers. I would still object to the idea that the brain is a computer (it isn't)... but if you are talking about a magical
computer that acts like a brain, I suppose I can't argue.
I have a physics degree, and I work as a software engineer. I have actually studied Quantum Physics, and I have solved problems using differential equations and Schrodinger's equation... that is what real Quantum physics is about.
It is a pet peeve of mine, when people who couldn't solve basic calculus problems and have never taken a college level physics course start throwing around physics terms when they clearly don't know what they mean. I feel that Quantum shouldn't be used a magical term.... but I realize that I can't stop you.
This has nothing to do with the science
of quantum mechanics, nor the engineering of computers.
But you can talk about your magical little computers that think like brains. I just want to make sure that no one mistakes this for reality.