Quantum Computing Applications in Competitive StarCraft

We created, developed, and tested a Quantum Computer specifically designed for a professional StarCraft 2 Zerg player. It was nearly unbeatable in online play.

8 Motivational Posters to Stop CCD in your Bee Hive

Teaming up with our MBA program staff, these posters promote corporate hive values while encouraging productivity and inspiring worker bees who may be tempted to leave and cause Colony Collapse Disorder

Adaptive Smart Grids for Migratory Government Drones

The proliferation of cheaply produced surveillance micro UAVs fueled by low voltage power lines and a loose interpretation of the fourth amendment has devastated America’s electric grid. This paper aims to develop a framework for creating a smart grid capable of gracefully handling unpredictable loads caused by migratory government drones.

Tracking International Terrorism with Mycorrhizal Networks

Common Mycorrhizal Networks are being used to spread radical religious ideology. This paper shows how we tracked it and decoded the tree language.

Novel Techniques for Hijacking Self-Driving Cars

This paper outlines methods to hijack and trap self driving cars by exploiting their safety sensors and Cheetah brain algorithm.

Proof of the Collatz Conjecture

Dr. Iago de Moor Adjunct Professor, Department of Linear Machine LearningDiploma Mhill College, Reno, Nevada, USA ABSTRACT We prove a famous long standing open conjecture in mathematics known as the Collatz conjecture or the Hailstone conjecture or the 3n+1 conjecture or the Syracuse Problem or the Ulam conjecture or Kakutani’s problem or the Thwaites conjecture.Continue reading “Proof of the Collatz Conjecture”