Vision, Part II
Galápagos Engineering is currently developing a computing, transmission, and storage architecture that eliminates these problems. Furthermore, it allows for the realization of these complex models to be analyzed at a faster rate, allowing for real innovation to propel the human race through time.
By fundamentally restructuring how data is modeled on the physical level, the architecture allows for a flexible modeling of data that reduces the number of operations needed to perform mathematical arithmetic in all its forms. In short, this computing architecture is dynamic, flexible, and accommodating to the computing needs that complex analysis requires. Not only can demand be met with supply, but it can do so intelligently, with fewer resources as inputs.
Galápagos Engineering has “borrowed” some of the processes Nature uses to perform very complex calculations that are, in essence, efficient and conserve energy. These processes produce a majestic effect which we call existence. By building an adaptive and responsive data ecosystem, it can accelerate or decelerate computational resources without straining the system into oblivion. Current computing architectures seek to increase computational power through a combination of hardware and software “inflation.” More is not necessarily always better. Diminishing returns are manifesting themselves in ways that put a strain on the resource known as time. While quantum computing looks promising prima facie, its inherent instability, limited practical applications and lack of a standardized programming interface appears to dash any hopes of the benefits it has promised.