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IBM said it has successfully tested its two most powerful quantum computers ever with both holding processing power far in excess of its famous Watson infrastructure.

Can Skynet be far off?

The Future is NOW!

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Re: Move over Watson, IBM unveils its most powerful computers ever
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2017, 11:54:18 AM »
IBM scientists demonstrate ballistic nanowire connections, a potential future key component for quantum computing

I wonder what "ballistic" means here ::)

There is also new scientific evidence that Climate Change is caused by more than just carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases here. It's a peer reviewed article, so be prepared for some jargon:

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Toxic hypermasculinity derives its significance directly from the conceptual  your link does not work IDIOT  and applies itself to supporting neocapitalist materialism, which is a fundamental driver of climate change, especially in the rampant use of carbon-emitting fossil fuel technologies and careless domination of virgin natural environments. We need not delve deeply into criticisms of dialectic objectivism, or their relationships with masculine tropes like the conceptual  your link does not work IDIOT  to make effective criticism of (exclusionary) dialectic objectivism. All perspectives matter.

Thus, the isomorphism between the conceptual  your link does not work IDIOT  and what’s referred to throughout discursive feminist literature as “toxic hypermasculinity,” is one defined upon a vector of male cultural machismo braggadocio, with the conceptual  your link does not work IDIOT  playing the roles of subject, object, and verb of action. The result of this trichotomy of roles is to place hypermasculine men both within and outside of competing discourses whose dynamics, as seen via post-structuralist discourse analysis, enact a systematic interplay of power in which hypermasculine men use the conceptual  your link does not work IDIOT  to move themselves from powerless subject positions to powerful ones

@Hutch: It seems the forum software has hit again - the " your link does not work IDIOT " problem ::)

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Re: Move over Watson, IBM unveils its most powerful computers ever
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2017, 12:13:29 PM »
 :biggrin:

> @Hutch: It seems the forum software has hit again - the " your link does not work IDIOT " problem

It depends on how many Indonesian made "K work rooms where you prepare food" postings you want to see. Since those pests could not be reasoned with and just kept spamming the forum with their crappy cabinet-ware I have used text replacement to finally knacker them.
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Re: Move over Watson, IBM unveils its most powerful computers ever
« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2017, 12:25:48 PM »
IBM scientists demonstrate ballistic nanowire connections, a potential future key component for quantum computing

I wonder what "ballistic" means here ::)

There is also new scientific evidence that Climate Change is caused by more than just carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases here. It's a peer reviewed article, so be prepared for some jargon:

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Toxic hypermasculinity derives its significance directly from the conceptual  your link does not work IDIOT  and applies itself to supporting neocapitalist materialism, which is a fundamental driver of climate change, especially in the rampant use of carbon-emitting fossil fuel technologies and careless domination of virgin natural environments. We need not delve deeply into criticisms of dialectic objectivism, or their relationships with masculine tropes like the conceptual  your link does not work IDIOT  to make effective criticism of (exclusionary) dialectic objectivism. All perspectives matter.

Thus, the isomorphism between the conceptual  your link does not work IDIOT  and what’s referred to throughout discursive feminist literature as “toxic hypermasculinity,” is one defined upon a vector of male cultural machismo braggadocio, with the conceptual  your link does not work IDIOT  playing the roles of subject, object, and verb of action. The result of this trichotomy of roles is to place hypermasculine men both within and outside of competing discourses whose dynamics, as seen via post-structuralist discourse analysis, enact a systematic interplay of power in which hypermasculine men use the conceptual  your link does not work IDIOT  to move themselves from powerless subject positions to powerful ones

@Hutch: It seems the forum software has hit again - the " your link does not work IDIOT " problem ::)

JJ,I did read about the effects of other things on climate change besides the carbon effect.

anunitu

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Re: Move over Watson, IBM unveils its most powerful computers ever
« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2017, 12:29:56 PM »
Not sure what the "your link problem" is. :dazzled:

The effects of radio radiation and other emissions of energy are now suspected.

Link here.
http://globalmicrowave.org/

Not sure if it is just a theory,or some research confirming it.


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Re: Move over Watson, IBM unveils its most powerful computers ever
« Reply #5 on: May 24, 2017, 12:32:00 PM »
Click on the "here" link, and you will understand :P

The paper actually triggered a serious discussion about the seriousness of the peer reviewing system 8)

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Here we will learn briefly about Global Warming or Climate Change, how satellites work, the principles behind the microwave radio frequency, and how Orbiting Satellites and Earth antennas can cause Global RF Heating and erotic weather patterns.

My microwave oven is innocent :eusa_naughty:


I have used text replacement to finally knacker them.

I confess I also used text replacement, p-word -> k-word ;)

anunitu

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Re: Move over Watson, IBM unveils its most powerful computers ever
« Reply #6 on: May 24, 2017, 12:34:45 PM »
I did JJ,and I suppose it was amusing.... :biggrin:

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Re: Move over Watson, IBM unveils its most powerful computers ever
« Reply #7 on: May 24, 2017, 10:08:12 PM »
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Re: Move over Watson, IBM unveils its most powerful computers ever
« Reply #10 on: July 11, 2017, 06:49:33 PM »
jj2007,

I must have missed it, but been bouncing around on different pages all night. Intel optimization techniques for a program I'm working on.  Looking at Android stuff... Java... ugh... Do I really have to program in it? JNI interface years and years...  Hutch and the C++ vs Assembly and the switch case with the variable 10, 1000, 100000  2g and 4g ... assuming alignment issues? Not sure would have to see if the compiler took the largest and subtracted or if you would have to hand optimize it  using shr or shl  not sure.  So been researching how to break that not into a switch, but use one memory variable for the input, then load each case statement, to a different processor, but its all in the hardware architecture to parallel the process.

One question about the radiation link you posted was our use of microwave radiation is based on theory of Background radiation from Big Bang... read years ago how much radiation the earth receives in x amount of time, vs our communication transmission of microwave radiation.  So need to finish reading your paper on it.

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Re: Move over Watson, IBM unveils its most powerful computers ever
« Reply #11 on: July 12, 2017, 05:50:17 AM »
@anunitu, don't know what ref you're looking at, but Quantum Computers (almost) don't work yet. Maybe they can factor a 5-digit number, slowly, at huge expense. Not sure how far they've gotten recently, haven't checked in a decade, but it can't be much more than that. At this time, pencil and paper is far more powerful for actual problem-solving, than any QC.
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Re: Move over Watson, IBM unveils its most powerful computers ever
« Reply #12 on: July 12, 2017, 08:41:06 AM »
The whole quantum thing has become a buzzword. I know it is the supposed holy grail for many,but always seems just a heartbeat away in the news.

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Re: Move over Watson, IBM unveils its most powerful computers ever
« Reply #13 on: July 12, 2017, 11:46:01 AM »
Can it solve the halting problem?
 :P

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Re: Move over Watson, IBM unveils its most powerful computers ever
« Reply #14 on: July 12, 2017, 11:50:52 AM »
rrr314159,

shhhh ... IBM doesn't want you to know its pencil and paper! They have patented the process.

Aren't they working on quantum tunneling and by being to manipulate one electron.... now the speed thing... How is the collider project working out with the God number ? Figured anything new?