So many threads!
With all those threads hanging around I would expect spectrecular performance.
IBM this week introduced a 16-socket Power9 server monster. The E980 is the most powerful and scalable server in the IBM Power Systems portfolio. It is a follow-on to the E880 and E880C servers, and is vastly more powerful. There are model upgrades from IBM Power9-based E870, E870C, E880, and E880C systems. According to an …
I would be running my molecular level simulation determining the original chemical formula for Maurice Ward's STARLITE super-material which was able to withstand over 10,000 Degrees Celcius of heat.
That 1990's invention is now lost to the world after he died (he never revealed the formula)...BUT....since I know APPROXIMATELY the materials he had access to in the UK at his normal day job as a hair dresser AND after he noted taht STARLITE is mostly organic materials, I can now use this IBM Power machine to run through about 40 common hairdressing-related compounds and their 1000 or so constituent sub-components and use a molecular-strength search algorithm to find the MOST logical heat resistant formulations of the combinations of such compounds.
Using a Binary Search technique determining Minima, Maxima, Mean, Average and Sampled Middle of the Road molecular bond calculations and heat resistance results, I can now NARROW DOWN the search from over ( ( 2^40 ) x 1000 )^3 possible combinations down to about 2^64 combinations which CAN easily be searched and recalculated WITHIN MERE WEEKS on this type of IBM Power system.
Since Chemistry works from the basis of various HARD laws of physics, I think THIS MACHINE now makes it possible to RECOVER the most likely chemical formula for the organic material Maurice Ward claimed he mixed up in a common household blending machine which then became STARLITE!
I would then give the formula AND it's mixology methods AWAY FOR FREE!!! so that we can ALL paint thin coats of STARLITE on houses, vehicles, spacecraft, ships, engines of all types to protect from fire and heat!
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