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The Creepy CERN Computer Challenge & Releasing The AI Genie

Thursday, November 12, 2015 11:01
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CERN are currently running their annual computer challenge that will see people around the world link up their computers to assist in simulating particle collisions that will then be carried out in the real world collisions set to take place in various particle accelerators around the world. The thing is, why, with a D-Wave computer sitting at the heart of CERN, do they require more even more computing power from people like me and you?

Literally hundreds of thousands of pc’s sitting around the world all networked together via the central D-Wave hub. Maybe its just me, but I suspect there is more to this than we are being told publicly. Yes, im certain that they are using the computing power for exactly what they say, but its the fact they are going to install software on the participating pc’s, and what other projects they will be running away from public glare and attention.

CERN says….


For the “CERN Public Computing Challenge 2015”, CERN is asking volunteers to contribute their spare computing power to help CERN scientists simulate billions of particle collisions, in order to compare theoretical models with experimental results from CERN’s Large Hadron Collider and other particle colliders.

In particular, this one-month challenge is a chance for scientists to test new technologies for distributing and running simulations for the LHC experiments, using publicly contributed computing power. Namely, we’ll be testing new ways of scheduling the simulations we’re sending out, using a CERN technology called Data Bridge, and a new, lightweight version of the CernVM technology which runs the simulations.

For this year’s challenge, CERN is also asking for your help with new communities and social networks, in order to achieve a better gender balance as well as greater linguistic diversity amongst those contributing to the challenge. To help with this, we’re testing a new credit and badging system called CreditPiggy, which we hope will motivate your participation with both individual and challenge-wide statistics about your contributions.


We are days away from the Pb-Pb collisions and I find it interesting that the computer challenge will be running during the dates of the big collisions. Could they be using the computer power to establish the connections with another dimension? Do they need all the various computers to recieve the masses of digital data set to spew forth from one dimension to ours?

Sounds to me like they are building some kind of network for a more nefarious purpose, but maybe thats because im aware of the information brought forward by researcher and author Anthony Patch, who is in my opinion the pre-eminent researcher into CERN. He is the man that disclosed the potential link with Saturn and a connection that would lead to an interdimensional army transmitting themselves here digitally. Sounds way out there right? Well i suggest if you havent already you check out the following videos…

The post The Creepy CERN Computer Challenge & Releasing The AI Genie appeared first on Kev Baker Show.


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