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    complex, quick computational problems that today's electronic computational platforms can't manage effectively or as well in a similar amount of time.

    Well yeah, it would be an analog computer and that has a number of advantages such as solving matrixes quickly.

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    Coolest subsaidit so far. In a vicinity of 0 Kelvin, most def.

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    In filmmaking you can put gels, filters, screens, shades, and barn doors on lights to specifically add light or control the absence of light, but you cannot go negative - unless using computer animated negative lights that darken (like casting shadows) for normal virtual and special lighting setups (for optical effects such as x-rays). Pondering a real-world negative light may lead to interesting thought-experiments.