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Now, before you start drawing a , think about it this way. You are simply tracking flow, not solving an international terror plot or super-hard physics problem.

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Although a human brain and and the Blue Waters computer areroughly comparable in computational power, they differenormously in terms of their thermodynamic properties. TheBlue Waters computer will occupy approximately 2,000 squaremeters of floor space,will , will require anintricate cooling system (hidden under the floor) todissipate the resulting heat, and will be utterlynon-portable. A human brain is about the size of your twofists, consumes about 15 watts (even when you aresolving a hard physics problem), and is completely practicalto carry around since it has a mass of about1.5 kg. (It is also worth pointing out that brains,unlike computers, self-assemble themselves and are also ableto program themselves.)


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Spa Castle is an architectural delight , poised with columns of Roman and Greek influence. Anyway , i decided to come here on a Late Sunday afternoon, around 5, with my brother in law , who frequents this place. Admittedly, i am one of those people who took advantage of the Living Social deal , bought two weekend passes for $20 a pop. Upon entering the facility , it was super busy, there is a whole entering process reminiscent of that at the Airport. They give you an electronic watch which is linked to your locker and acts as a "credit" for when you want to make a purchase. Very ingenious, i must stay. Yes , this place is a cash cow.
We started out in the "naked region" or as I have come to learn it as the "DONT STARE DOWN REGION'. Ladies and Gentlemen , you will know what i mean if you ever go to this place. Word of advice, keep your head up like your trying to figure out the answer to a hard physics problem. Aside from the initial awkward phase of wandering genitalia. The element of relaxation permeates this place. There are a bunch of jacuzzis and hot pools to rest your sore feet and aching musculature. The sauna and steam room are juxtaposed so you can go in and out, as well as next to the "cold" button, where you press and are instantly cascaded with the arctic force of an Alaskan rain storm. (Yes, i tried it, its a must do). Showers are all over , equipped with bar soap , GEL Douche , and shampoo at each station. There is a person who will scrub you down, for the right price of course.
Making your way up, there are various food stations and smooth bars. I opted for the salad bar, where it ran me up to $14 a plate. Food was good, i wasn't really happy with the pricing but i was so relaxed that i gave my wrist watch to scan, almost willingly ( thats how they get you, i guess). After the appetizing salad coupled with a blue moon beverage, we decided to go to the relaxing center. I slept for an hour without a care in the world, because thats what you do here. If only real life was like this.
Waking up , we decided to have a plate of fruits to revitalize us from our weakening nap. Then it was up to the roof. Here lay the heated pools and jet streams that will give you a great aqua-massage , if you position yourself accordingly. The hot pools were a great antagonist to the chilly, cold weather. My head was freezing but my body was delightfully warm, an interesting contrast.
We rounded out the night with a another visit to the naked region to shower, shave and brush our teeth because YES, they provide you with all the amenities needed for self grooming, even Q-tips and body lotion . I loved the q-tips and body lotion. It felt good to relax and leave the troubles at home. Will be coming back if there is another LS deal.