High Performance Heating
High Performance Heating -- A specialized form of Earth-bound computing that converts moving electrons to heat (on a large scale). As a side product, some numbers are generated. The need for heat was spawned by the construction of cold air rooms at various locations around the planet. Once heated, these “cold rooms” became warm enough to store other items, such as cables, iron centrifuges, and blinking lights. Curiously, many of the cables were stored under the floors or overhead, but not in the storage lockers that line the aisles of the cold rooms.