Michelle 12/12/2017 | 7:56:02 PM
Re: space The change in computing power is facinating. It's amazing we made it to the moon when we did. A lot of brain power made that happen -- so impressive. It would be good if we could use computing power and some funds to help with other crises.
kq4ym 12/8/2017 | 9:31:29 AM
Re: space Interesting how space exploration and cosmology are reaching new horizons with super computing. A far cry  from only 50 years ago when we went to the moon with such meager computing power. I do wonder about the expenses for the programs of today and how they are maybe justified in the current scenario of famines and mass exodus of refugees from third world countries though.
mhhfive 12/3/2017 | 1:31:26 PM
The Machine? I remember HP touting its nascent "Machine" a couple years back, and I haven't been following its progress closely. Does anyone know what the status of The Machine is now? I thought it had advanced photonics and some completely different hardware from traditional data center computing. Has it gained any more mainstream adoption?
Michelle 12/1/2017 | 12:01:04 AM
Re: space The great unknown is vast and worth exploring. This new partnership seems like an excellent project. Let's see how turns out.
[email protected] 11/30/2017 | 11:54:53 PM
Re: space There has always been this romanticism about space and what lies beyond but since exploration began we have not yielded much that has impacted u in this galaxy. As we evolve technology maybe the secrets of exploration will be clearer to us all.
Michelle 11/29/2017 | 10:45:31 PM
Re: space I'm looking forward to seeing more "Superdome Flex" headlines!

Seriously, space exploration is exciting. I hope they find what they're looking for. 
Ariella 11/29/2017 | 3:22:33 PM
space It sounds very exciting. Space is -- after all -- the final frontier.