Joined: 5 Aug 04
As time progresses, CPDN is processing years at an alarmingly fast rate.
Todays fastest desktop PC\'s are like the supercomputers of 7-8 years ago.
What impacts does this have to the science?
Will we just be doing more \'years\' with the same set of rules and data? Is it possible that we could be doing more thorough science? What are we *not* calculating that we could throw in for more precise numbers?
Joined: 29 Sep 04
Could I sugggest a look at the News and Announcements thread on the php forum. Link to it in my sig. There are lots of posts there with info about, or links to, documents about the science behind the project and where cpdn is going. There\'s a recent post where Carl outlines planned and projected new types of model.
You need to register separately there if you want to post as well as read. Best to keep the same name if possible.