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I think cold fusion has to be programmed
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Mega Nerd
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PostPosted: Sun May 07, 2006 7:13 am    Post subject: I think cold fusion has to be programmed Reply with quote

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Cold fusion is a problem for computer scientists.

I think with the right program, cold fusion will
work, that's a fact.

Of course, cold fusion software has to be written
in optimized assembler code on a RISC machine,
because BASIC, Pascal or even C++ are far
too slow.

It's only a matter of time until someone will
write the perfect cold fusion algorithm.
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The Real Chris
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PostPosted: Sun May 07, 2006 7:33 am    Post subject: Re: I think cold fusion has to be programmed Reply with quote

Britain's cold fusion lighting has been going for 30 years since I
discovered it in 1969. I had hot fusion and cold fusion running on the
bench at the same time. As a reward I was hit over the head and
lobotomised.

Britain rewards its inventers by murdering them, "It's strategic" they said.

The idea of my doctorate with nice clean refereees is to transfer the
technology to the commercial world without breaching military secrecy, it is
what is called a "Chinese wall".

Dr Chris.
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Cold fusion is a problem for computer scientists.

I think with the right program, cold fusion will
work, that's a fact.

Of course, cold fusion software has to be written
in optimized assembler code on a RISC machine,
because BASIC, Pascal or even C++ are far
too slow.

It's only a matter of time until someone will
write the perfect cold fusion algorithm.


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