on March 2, 2022 212 views
Hi. I'd like to talk to you about the new Turbo Ecabulation Algorithm.
Can an algorithm turbo encabulate? Yes! All you have to do is start with a set whose Hausdorff-Besicovitch dimension is a complex number.
And then you'll get an asymptotic complexity that is bounded below by an elliptic curve, and is bounded above by a malleable logarithmic cover function. Well, that has no sinusoidal depleneration, so it eliminates side fumbling.
This allows you to have a very simple reduction proof, that there is a zero-knowledge proof, that it is Asynchronous Byzantine San Andreas Fault Tolerant. And it proves several other minor corollaries, including P=NP and ray tracing Jello.
This allows you to model the block chain as a Markov chain, where the chained hashes are derived with the chain rule, to calculate the chain reaction.
Of course, this has to run on very powerful hardware. Maybe an ARM chip. Probably a dingle ARM chip, because of the lunar waneshafts.
And so, in that way, you can use the new Turbo Encabulation Algorithm as a Turbo Encabulator.
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