SAMPLE OF MOLECULAR STRUCTURE

1.62 x10^71 different data files are used to describe the universe's molecular structure at a specific moment in time. Each file, called a vector, is named with a specific XY coordinate, indicating the origin of a vector when Z = 1. Within a vector file, the different elements are specified using their atomic number; their sequential placement in the file indicates an atom's placement in physical space. Each vector contains 403172083990000000000000000000000000 numbers indicating atom type, each separated by "+".

 

example  
  file name: vector 2.454 ( origin of vector is X = 2, Y = 454, Z =1 )
  file contents: 1+6+6+8+58..etc...18+
  ( 403172083990000000000000000000000000 different numbers in file contents)
   
 
file
item
atom
type
x
location

y
location

z
location
1+ Hydrogen 2 454 1
6+ Carbon 2 454 2
6+ Carbon 2 454 3
8+ Oxygen 2 454 4
58+ Cerium 2 454 5
etc. etc. 2 454 etc.
18+ Argon 2 454 403172083990000000000000000000000000

 

view sample of vector 
 
processing time required 
( to produce vector file )
= 126755058140000000000000 years
processing time required 
(to produce alll data for 
one molecular structure)
= 20603746879000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
   000000000000000000000000000000000000000000  years