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Published on Dec 31, 2011
A Stronger America Through Technology
I discovered that the sixteen-dimensional hypercubic structure gave the supercomputer regular form and freedom in which each subcomputer could directly communicate with sixteen subcomputers.
My discovery that the supercomputer is an internet, and vice-versa, felt like the poetry of deep science and timeless truths that run through physics, mathematics and computer science. Along the way, I reconnected motion to calculus and then calculus to computing. In the end, it was not so much about supercomputing, but about ways of thinking about computing in the global context of a multitude (65,536 - equivalent to two-to-power-16) of separate subcomputers working together as one seamless integrated whole called an internet.
GSA's Network Services Conference, Aug 10-13 in Chicago
August 10, 2009 to August 13, 2009 -- Hilton Chicago The General Services Administration's Office of Integrated Technology Services invites you to the 2009 Network Services Conference "A Stronger America Through Technology