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Two reckless researchers at "The Mathematics Institute" undertake dangerous "quantum" research based on mathematical mumbojumbo like "translating her mathematical intuitions into appropriate quasishapes and pseudoangles for Ranjit's algorithmic probes".
First published in Starlight 2 (1998) edited by PAtrick Nielsen Hayden. An old PDF copy seems to still be available at the link above and below. 
More information about this work can be found at www.itkstraining.com:8888. 
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