By Robert Fox, VP Emerging Technologies, Liaison Technologies
I am sure you are wondering what happened to the first 5 parts, they were already written, but have not appeared on the site yet. I am hoping to get them online last week.
Huh? Exactly. I have been pondering for the past year how to build a wormhole computer, theoretically speaking of course.
The main principle is to be able to get more done in a day. That is where this all began, that and my passion for all things related to astronomical physics.
Let me back up, this all started the day I was watching a microwave oven cook a frozen entrée. I remembered when a microwave seemed so fast. Our perception of time has been severely compressed by the speed of technology. So I was thinking it would be great to build a microwave oven using wormhole technology. That way, you could have your meal ready before you actually wanted it. Think of the efficiency in life this would introduce. So I started thinking of how to apply this to everything I do. Well, I am a software engineer/director. A software engineer/director who has a family, and only 24 hours in a day to get everything done. If I can invent a wormhole computer, think about how much work I can get done in a day! Infinite? My kinda “number”.
So how does this even work? The basic idea is to use a wormhole processor to compute across time-space continuum, such that it can finish somewhere in time previously to where you are now.
Anyway, I plan on laying down the foundation for my wormhole computer, based on wormhole computing theory of course. If I am successful, it will simply all appear here at once. Most likely it will occur over a slice of time moving forward or backward – I haven’t decided yet. Stay tuned!
To learn more about wormholes I suggest starting here.
If someone has already solved this complex problem, then can that someone let me know at a point before this blog gets published so I can make the appropriate edits? In the meantime, I have to go make some popcorn. Maybe it’s already waiting for me.