The statement above in the last paragraph stating "scientists would be left with little choice but to dispose of aging weapons via underground detonations" is not correct. These simulations prevent underground TESTING that would otherwise be done to verify the reliability of the weapons. It has nothing to do with disposal.
"This very lucrative part of SGI feeds high-performance computing (HPC) solutions to the government and military."
Did you say lucrative? The last time the word lucrative was associated with SGI was back in 1992.
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