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Supercomputer

Discussion in 'Technology' started by tanzak88, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. Jan 13, 2011 at 3:02 PM
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    tanzak88

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    You are too late. The final Skynet satellite became operational on June 12, 2008: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7451867.stm

    "'Skynet 5 is about two-and-a-half-times more capable than the previous system, and it also gives us the ability to use not just voice communication but also data communication,' explains Patrick Wood from spacecraft manufacturer EADS Astrium. 'So, computers can talk directly to computers'"

    "Commands are sent over Skynet 5's high-bandwidth connections, directing the robot's every move. This includes firing missiles at enemy targets."

    "'Skynet 5C is actually our self-insurance,' said Paradigm Managing Director Malcolm Peto."

    Note the nuclear ballistic missile submarine in the middle of the diagram:

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