The first line of the Wikipedia article on Moore's law states that
Moore's law is the observation that the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles about every two years
As scientists groan on about running into the physical limits of Moore's law, another bunch of scientists[or the media?] seems to feel like they can keep up the trend by leveraging characteristics of quantum computers.
However, a quantum computer doesn't use transistors in the same way that a traditional computer does, and adding another qubit, according to my knowledge, can double the computational power of the computer!
For that reason, is it time to restate Moore's law in such a way that it can take into account computational power as an abstract concept, and not necessarily a physical one?
Does it even make sense to ask that question?