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A real working Turing machine
1000 feet is close enough to infinite, right?
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our future binary overlords
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It's even elegantly made. This belongs in a museum.
How long would it take to run Space Invaders?
Unbounded, but not infinite.
Awesome, would be great if applied as a Bond007-nemesis slowly- kill-the-captured-spy machine
Don't let the XKCD guy see this video otherwise we will get another terrible comic that doesn't make any sense that some how references this device.
This machine should be the size of a skyscraper and be charged with the sole purpose of counting the moments of existence.
Or maybe just a calculator capable of long division.
"...and this is the room where Alan Turing attempted to de-gay himself via laser in 1945."
Lasers were theoretical devices until after Alan Turing's suicide. The first practical laser was demonstrated in 1960, and Turing killed himself in 1954.
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