Matt Gingell writes:
> Imagine I could simulate, in real time, a system of 100 atoms using 50
> atoms. I can then have two groups of 50 running in real time with perfect
Of course, you can't do that. Also, you don't mention which modelling
paradigm you're contemplating, say QM or MD.
> fidelity. Why can't I then harness each of these groups and construct
> 2 simulated 50 atom computers? There's an infinite regress here.
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