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Below is one among the great mind of the world and the pride of Nigerians and black Africans in General (Nigerian Scientist).

 

CNN Calls Emeagwali: A FATHER OF THE INTERNET

Asking: Who is the Father of the Internet? is like asking: Who invented the supercomputer that gave rise to the Internet.

In reality, no one individual invented the Internet alone. It has many fathers, as well as mothers, uncles, and aunts.

It was not even born at one place or time. Instead, it grew organically and incrementally, following trails that are non-intersecting.

Take the trail of Philip Emeagwali, whom CNN called
"A Father of the Internet."

Emeagwali theorized that 65,000 computers around the Earth could forecast the weather. His theoretical supercomputer, with 65,000 nodes, is known today as the Internet.

Using 65,000 processors, he invented a formula that inspired the reinvention of the supercomputer as thousands of electronic brains that occupies the space of
four tennis courts.

Bill Clinton explained, in a televised speech (as president)
that Emeagwali's formula helped give rise to the age of information.

Yet his invention is one that, unfortunately, few of us recognize.

Certainly, inventions such as this deserve better. After all, can you send your email without computers and the Internet?

Theorized Internet-Supercomputer

invented by Emeagwali.

Emeagwali's Discoveries Helped
REINVENT THE SUPERCOMPUTER

The word "computer"  was coined 700 years ago. If history repeats itself, the supercomputer of today will become the computer of tomorrow.

Emeagwali's discovery of a formula that enables supercomputers powered by 65,000 electronic brains
called "processors" to perform the world’s fastest calculations inspired the reinvention of supercomputers -
from the size and shape of a love seat to a thousand-fold faster machine that occupies the space of four tennis courts,costs 400 million dollars a piece, powered by 65,000 processors and that can perform a billion calculations per second.

Emeagwali solved the most difficult problem in supercomputing by reformulating Newton’s Second Law of Motion as 18 equations and algorithms; then as 24 million algebraic equations;and finally he programmed 65,000 processors to solve those 24 million equations at a speed
of 3.1 billion calculations per second.

Emeagwali's 65,000 processors, 24 million equations and 3.1 billion calculations were three world records that garnered international headlines, made mathematicians rejoice, and caused his fellow Africans to beam with pride.

When Emeagwali won the 1989 Gordon Bell prize, the “Nobel Prize of Supercomputing,” then-president Bill Clinton called him “one of the great minds of the Information Age.” The New African magazine readers ranked him as history's greatest scientist of African descent.

Emeagwali is the
Most Searched-For Scientist

Emeagwali is the World's Top Scientist Internet poll of 300 million daily searches proves it.

 

Clinton (Formal President of USA) calls

Emeagwali a "Great Mind"
Excerpt from his White House
televised speech:


"One of the great minds of the Information Age is a Nigerian American named Philip Emeagwali.

He had to leave school because his parents couldn't pay the fees. He lived in a refugee camp during your civil war.
He won a scholarship to university and went on to invent a formula that lets computers make 3.1 billion calculations
per second. (Applause.)

Some people call him the Bill Gates of Africa. (Laughter and applause.)

But what I want to say to you is there is another Philip Emeagwali -- or hundreds of them -- or thousands of them -- growing up in Nigeria today.

I thought about it when I was driving in from the airport and then driving around to my appointments, looking into the face of children. You never know what potential is in their mind and in their heart; what imagination they have;
what they have already thought of and dreamed of that may be locked in because they don't have the means to take it out.

That's really what education is. It's our responsibility to make sure all your children have the chance to live their dreams so that you don't miss the benefit of their contributions and neither does the rest of the world." (go to emeagwali.com to read more of this great man of our time)

 

“Charles comment” Sir we are pride of you, for bringing a light to our generation, especially to the part of the part of the world we come from Nigeria (Biafra) which I believe that we shall achieve that name (Biafra) to come into existence even though some people and our enemies will always be laughing saying, we’re having an impossible dreams. I address myself as a Biafran wherever I am even though am still using that passport called Republic of Nigeria.

 

 

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