It might seem logical to presume that the exact state of the world around us could have been predicted given a big enough computer to analyse all the particle's interactions and what not. Determinism seems to be logical.
Then comes quantum computing. Since a collection of entangled qubits are only coherent when isolated from their environment, is this new information being fed into our known universe system? Whats going on here? Since you could hypothetically have hardware that starts manipulating particles as a result of these isolated quantum wave collapses, does this put the nail in the coffin of the deterministic universe?
Or are we just awaiting a mechanism by which these wave function's chose the value to collapse to (quantum foam geometry or something)? As far as I understand we don't yet know how the wave function choses its collapsed spin state except that statistically it follows a predictable probability spread.