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Simulations - weather, nuclear weapons, fluid dynamics for many reasons,
particle physics... Everybody who does them would like to do them with
smaller cells for more time and with different initial conditions.
One of the biggest pressures for more computing is chaos theory. You
have to run the simulation several times with slightly different initial
conditions. If the results look similar, you are in a stable area and
the prediction can be believed; if they diverge, the none of them can be
I don't know what the capacity of the Render Farms at Pixar and ILM is,
but there is a market for more of that at there right price.