The only hope for helping people with PD today, beyond drugs to reduce symptoms and other forms of temporary relief, is by using very smart computers.
Concerns about heat and dust infiltration were solved using woven mesh sheeting over the grills, and also by adding an exhaust fan over the hottest spot.
Initial runs of the algorithm are finding relationships to redox-active metals like crazy. What is the relationship between copper and Parkinson’s disease?
Don’t forget, this unit must be small, portable and very powerful. See how cramped everything is inside? A portable mini supercomputer.
Here you can see the side grill. There’s also the same open metallic material on top. The only problem is that the computer is going to be running 24/7 and will be hot. So any dust in the air will find its way in due to the constant running of the fan. I have an […]
Here you can see big SATA cables to the primary SSD drive and the optical drive, as well as 16GB of RAM memory. uploaded on our Facebook fan page: Stop Parkinson’s Disease
Needed an additional small fan to cool the power supply. Finding patterns in medical databases generates so much heat! uploaded on our Facebook fan page: Stop Parkinson’s Disease
Not only do I need smaller screwdrivers, but it’s so tight in there that I need to find something at an angle!
Adding a second SSD card that will provide super fast indexing and paging for the operating system and also various memory intensive programs. uploaded on our Facebook fan page: Stop Parkinson’s Disease
What may look to you like a mess of wires and circuit boards, to me is a work of art. It is a mini supercomputer! uploaded on our Facebook fan page: Stop Parkinson’s Disease