It’s no secret that the calculations required for faster than light travel will necessitate the kind of super computing that can only be dreamed about at the most advanced scientific laboratories in the world. The cost in computing resources are exponentially higher for time travel.
That’s why I need one of these.
The supercomputer that was recently unveiled at the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has been named the fastest in the world. With its more than 1.5 million processing cores it tested out at 16.3 petaflops (more than 16 quadrillion floating-point operations) per second.
Right now, I have 27 processing cores in the computer I’m building in my home lab. Obviously I’m going to need some help if I’m going to reach 1.5 million. But isn’t time travel worth it?
That is all.