During a social netwoking experiment in the 1980s, three hamsters were wired together using an ethernet cable. The scientists quickly realised they had made a supercomputer far in advance of anything yet seen in terms of raw computative power. The US defence department ARPA quickly snatched up this technology, but instead of hushing the project up, did nothing, as it was pretty far fetched as it was.
Today, the computer is made up of an astounding 128 hamsters, and has the most hamsters of any super hamster-computer. It currently controls all weather on Earth, cured innumerable diseases, and has discovered 87 new galaxies. A spokesman has blamed the poor weather on one of the hamsters being a bit poorly at the moment.
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