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N-Brain, Neuron Star

Neutron Star
Image from Steve Bowers
A typical neutron star, no more than 15 km in diameter but as massive as a star

Also called a neuron star, this is an archailect based upon a computational substrate comparable in mass, size, and density to a neutron star, no more than 4X1030 kilograms (2 solar masses). The computronium basis generally consists of exotic, highly dense materials such as such as magmatter, although more exotic quarkonium components may be involved. Such complexity is often considered to be the bare minimum housing for an archailect at the full S5 rating.

 
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Development Notes
Text by Adam Getchell

Initially published on 16 April 2007.

Add calculations and bit rates for storage/bandwidth/computation.
 
 
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