ANSWERS: 5
  • probably nothing since its too big
  • If you're thinking of a huge monolithic computer with lots of processors, you could never supply enough electricity to operate it, or cool it to prevent a meltdown. Even large networks have massive power requirements, such as the Chinese Bitcoin mining factory with "only" 25,000 machines.
  • It would probably short out once it came into contact with the sea water.
  • Crush New Zealand.
  • Only what it is programmed to do as any computer can. The first computers took up whole buildings and had to have large air conditioners to keep them cooled as they used thousands of vacuum tubes. They produced very high temperatures to make the tubes work.

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