Supercomputers Team Up to Confirm Existence of Gravity Waves
Intel Xeon based "Comet" and "Stampede" contributed over a million hours to project
It took a century from the time Albert Einstein posited the existence of
gravity waves until their actual detection in recent months.
Confirmation of their existence was made possible in part by the
supercomputers that processed a huge amount of captured data, according
to this brief by Slashdot Media contributing editor Wylie Wong.