Obama’s Policies

Brechner JOSE imagine that Barack Obama would make a turn toward the center as Bill Clinton, after a failed first year in office, was waiting too. Clinton was wise in comparison to Obama despite the scandals in which he got. BO is a left-wing narcissist prefers death rather than renounce their ideology and admit their mistakes. Ask a shift towards the center is like talking to Fidel Castro or Hugo Chavez. Obama said he prefers to be a president of one period and make their mark, before the last eight years and being mediocre. That's the dream of glory in history. He wants to leave its indelible mark, changing the world, no matter who is to the misfortune of others. His speech to the nation avoided the bottlenecks of current events and focused on the economy, clapping on the achievements unrealistic because unemployment remains at 10 percent.

Your costs will be frozen as of next year and less than one percent of the debt. Will continue with its reform of health but most Americans oppose. He spoke not a word about civil proceedings to terrorists, went briefly on Afghanistan repeating that for 2011 there will be no American soldier at the front, regardless of whether Osama Bin Laden is still active. Iran did not mention anything. The ego trip of Obama's clinic. It's going to pull the throttle and crashed. It happened with Hitler, Stalin and Mao.

Three huge narcissists who led their people to extreme situations, causing hundreds of millions of deaths. United States maintains a strong democratic system that allows slow the follies of his president, but can happen in three years for new events that we do not know if we are properly prepared. No doubt the U.S. will weaken, international terrorism and promoting the empowerment of China, which remains an oppressive dictatorship, but we glad that the people acquire better living standards thanks to capitalism. In Latin America we are every day closer to an explosion of great violence magnitude, the stubbornness of liberals to impose their socialist ideas inconsistent. If Obama is going to act against Chavez and his men, not for the sake of defending freedom but for fear of Iran, which is too involved in this mess. The message to the nation of Barack Obama, us a clearer picture of what lies ahead. Doubts remain favorable side and just confirm that there is no positive changes in their agenda. Make sure the belts because the flight is going to be terribly troubled.

History In

History In the years 1968 to 1972 Cray at Control Data was working on a new machine known as the CDC 8600, the logical successor to his earlier CDC 6600 and CDC 7600. The 8600 was essentially composed of four 7600s in a box. Jim Thornton, former Cray engineering partner in previous designs, had begun a radical project known as the CDC STAR-100. Unlike 8600, he used brute force, STAR took a totally different route. In fact, the main processor of the STAR had less performance than 7600, but added additional hardware and instructions to speed up work, something common in supercomputers. In 1972, the 8600 had reached an impasse. The machine was so incredibly complex that it was impossible to make it work well, even a single faulty component would make the machine operational. Cray went to William Norris, CEO of Control Data, saying it was necessary to redesign the machine from scratch.At a time when the company was in serious financial trouble, and with the STAR on the assembly line, Norris simply could not invest money. Cray left Control Data and starting a new business a few yards from the headquarters of the CDC lab in the backyard of the property he bought in Chippewa Falls, WI, Cray and a group of former employees of the CDC began looking ideas. At first, the concept of building another supercomputer seemed impossible, but after the Technical Director traveled to Wall Street and found a group of investors more than willing to support Cray, all that was needed was a design. In 1975, the Cray-1 80 MHz was announced. The expectation was so high that a war started by the first machine between the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Los Alamos National Laboratory, the latter being the winner and received the machine serial number 001 1976 for a trial period of six months .The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) was Cray Research first official client in July 1977, paying U.S. 8.86 million ( 7.9 million plus 1 million for the disks). NCAR machine was dropped in January 1979. The company hoped to sell a dozen machines, but they sold more than 80 Cray-1 in all models, with prices ranging from 5M to 8M. The Cray machine turned into a celebrity, and successful company until the fall of supercomputers in early 1990. The Cray-1 was succeeded in 1982 by the Cray X-MP of 800 MFLOPS, the first multi-processing computer. In 1985, the most advanced Cray-2, capable of reaching peaks of 1.9 GFLOPS, succeeded the first two models, but succeeded only limited commercial success because of some problems in achieving a sustained performance in the world applications real. Therefore, there was a more conservative design approach as the successor of the Cray-1 and X-MP, called the Cray Y-MP, released in 1988.