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To: LibWhacker
Currently, supercomputers using a technique called lattice quantum chromodynamics and starting from the fundamental physical laws that govern the universe can simulate only a very small portion of the universe, on the scale of one 100-trillionth of a meter, a little larger than the nucleus of an atom, said Martin Savage, a UW physics professor.
They should go get some climate “scientists” to help them out—apparently they have no problem writing computer models for huge, chaotic systems that still yield extremely accurate results for decades in the future!
23 posted on 12/11/2012 9:16:32 AM PST by cartan
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To: cartan

LOL


54 posted on 12/12/2012 10:20:03 AM PST by LibWhacker
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