Friday, 26 October 2012

Supercomputer will predict disasters

In the capital states of Wyoming, was put into operation the largest supercomputer in the world of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, National Center for Atmospheric Research. Uniq ultrafast supercomputer, named Yellowstone, is designed to carry out research on the planet Earth. With the help of these machines, scientists will try to predict the occurrence of tornadoes, earthquakes and other disasters, as well as to come up with reasons for their occurrence.

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