Justin Trudeau can pull off any outfit, do any dance there is out there, do any yoga pose you can think off, take off for running breaks in between meeting world leaders and say the right thing about anything. And now it turns out he even can give a brief talk on quantum computing if required.

The Canadian PM had gone to the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Ontario, when a reporter asked Trudeau about Canada’s mission against ISIS. He ended, saying, “I wasn’t asking you to explain quantum computing.”

Trudeau responded by saying: “Very simply, normal computers work by…” and there was laughter and applause from the audience.

But he went on. "No, no, no...Don’t interrupt me. When you walk out of here you will know more, well, no, some of you will know far less about quantum computing," he said and launched into an explanation of quantum computing that most of us may not have known.

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