Photonic Computing —
The Ultimate in Supercomputing

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    In 1989, John N. Hait invented the world's fastest transistor*, which has been demonstrated in his San Diego lab, digital switching in a single wavelength of blue laser light -- in just 1.2 femtoseconds, more than 100,000 times faster than any electronic transistor. [U.S. Patent # 5,093,802]

    A Femtosecond = 10-15 second. 1.2 fs = 833,333.3 Gigahertz.

   Hait's photonic transistors are made of inexpensive holograms to replace computer chips and photons of laser light to replace electricity.

   In 1994 he became the Chief Scientist of CyberDyne Computers of San Diego, CA. And in 2000 the Founding Chief Science Officer of All Optical Networks Inc. (AON),  CyberDyne's successor. His inventions number into the hundreds, many of which have been patented world wide.

    By 2000, he had solved Einstein's greatest mystery by unifying Relativity with corrected Quantum Mechanics, into a single comprehensive, intuitive, explanation… a working theory of how everything in the universe works... just like Einstein dreamed of. This was accomplished by fully explaining the fundamental mechanism of physics (Resonant Fields, with their embedded energy-flow algorithms, now called “Einstein Codes.”)

    He was able to accomplish this, because he was working with laser light, that “light fantastic” that was the one tool Einstein needed to make that last final breakthrough— vindicating his science and solving the world’s greatest scientific mystery. Unfortunately, the CW laser wasn’t invented until six years after Einstein died.

    Leapfroging conventional methods, Prof. Hait’s work led to the discovery of many effects one would ordinarily expect to be unavailable until the 23rd century. These include a total of 48 U.S. patents and patents-pending covering the entire technological basis of photonic computing… patented in all of the major countries and markets around the world.

    The discovery of the Resonant Field Theory, (with its embedded Einstein Codes) is, at last, that final breakthrough needed to make photonic computing an everyday reality, because it manifests that hidden “language of light.” which makes photonic computing possible.

    Consider what light-speed supercomputing would bring:

  • The logical human interface. Computers that can listen, understand, and talk like or better than humans.
  • Maybe even think better, too.
  • Real time, 100% accurate weather and climate modeling, producing accurate weather and climate change predictions.
  • Design-to-engineering-to-manufacturing-to-delivery product development and sales.
  • Control of on-site materialization technologies.
  • Radiation-proof, space-based computers, for interstellar navigation and failure-resistant satellites.
  • Nuclear positioning control for the generation of controlled antigravity for flight, space travel, and moving large objects.
    And that’s just the start of 23rd century science… the breakthrough that results from being able to understand, build and control anything that can be built and controlled. What else would you expect from being able to understand how everything in the universe works?

    From this page you can learn many more things about Photonic Supercomputing that may someday be on your desktop, your laptop, or even in the palm of your hand.

    Check out the additional information available here.

    Read the Einstein Code, and the basic text on everything…
Resonant Fields, the fundamental mechanism of physics.


* Transistors are the mineature switching elements in computers that make computing work! The faster they can switch, the faster their computers operate. The faster they operate, the more valuable they become.

  By comparison, conventional, (and now obsolete) electronic transistors that use retarded electrons (such as are used in the popular Pentium-based# computers) are very slow... thousands of times slower than light-speed photons. Even though some of the best electronic technology computes in several gigahertzs, a photonic computer would operate at thousands of gigahertz and more.

   #"Pentium" is a registered trademark of the Intel Corp. makers of conventional electronic computers.






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