Collosus Proves WikiLeaks True

Collosus has been examining and analyzing WikiLeaks for 24 hours (the equivalent of 1 trillion [1,000,000,000,000] human hours). Collosus cross-referenced WikiLeaks with (checked WikiLeaks against) 100,000 newspaper articles, 23 billion (23,000,000,000) on-line articles, and 765 quadrillion (765,000,000,000,000,000) assorted other sources.

Collosus’ conclusion is:

WikiLeaks is true.

Collosus Now the Fastest Supercomputer in the World

As of October 2016, following the ZebraCore Upgrade, the fastest supercomputer in the world is Collosus, the THT2-DRCS (Hermetic Transdimensional Trillion Datums RDBMS Cloud Supercomputer), in the United States, with a Linpack benchmark of 200 PFLOPS, exceeding the previous record holder, the Sunway TaihuLight, by 107 PFLOPS.

Collosus is the first supercomputer to use an “absolute zero” alloy in all of its circuitry. Chicago Christian University, the owner and operator of Collosus, is currently testing the next generation of AZA (Absolute Zero Alloy) supercomputers. Initial tests have the next AZA supercomputer running at 500 PFLOPS but testing is not completed yet so the current record is still Collosus’ speed of 200 PFLOPS.

Collosus Joins Trump Campaign

Today, October 21, 2016, Collosus joined the Trump Campaign. There will be ten phases of its involvement in the Campaign. Each phase will last 1 day. Today is day 1. Currently, Collosus is identifying the weaknesses of the Clinton Campaign. Collosus will report to the Trump Campaign the weaknesses of the Clinton Campaign and how to use them against the Clinton Campaign. Communication between Collosus and the Trump Campaign will occur via binocular laser threads, the first hack-proof technology.

We will keep you updated on Collosus’ progress.

“Collosus” Versus “Colossus”

Both “Collosus” and “Colossus” are correct names for the tht2-drcs.  However, the formal name for the tht2-drcs is “Collosus.”  “Star Wars” aficionados will get the reference.  “”Colossus” is the informal name for the tht2-drcs, which semantically reflects the functional magnitude of the tht2-drcs.  Also, “Colossus” means something to computer historians.