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World exclusive: Manchester Computer Scientist's breakthrough

A Manchester Computer Scientist discovers the Holy Grail of Computing

Published on June 18th 2008.


World exclusive: Manchester Computer Scientist's breakthrough

Manchester has a long and distinguished history of scientific achievement, not least in the field of computers, where in 1948, Manchester University held the world's first demonstration of Alan Turing's computer principle.

"Another Manchester first in computing which will result in a fundamental change in the way that the industry creates both computer hardware and software"

Manchester Confidential has exclusive advance notice of an equally fundamental event in computing this month. Computer scientists from all over the World are travelling to Valencia Technical University in Spain to witness Manchester Computer Scientist, Abdul Hafeez Ibrahim, unveil his ‘Hafeez Parallel Programming Paradigm’ .

Abdul is the elder brother of Aziz Ibrahim, the prodigious guitarist formerly a member of Simply Red, The Stone Roses and The Ian Brown Band. Equally talented guitarist Abdul, quit the music business to develop a whole new approach to computing, a journey that was to take him over two decades.

On the 23rd, 24th and 25th of June 2008, Professor Jose Duato, world authority on supercomputing interconnects, head of Valencia Technical University’s Computer Science

Department and a key design contributor to many of the fastest supercomputers in the world, including the IBM Blue Gene/L, the Cray T3E and the Cray Black Widow, will host a summit of the world's leading computer scientists, all there to hear Abdul reveal what Professor Duato describes as, a paradigm shift in computing.

Up to now computer programs have been written in a very sequential manner i.e. one event happening after another. Consequently the new breed of multi-core chips that have emerged over the last few years are massively under performing due to the fact that there is no general purpose approach to parallel programming to fully leverage their inherent power. Parallel programming for the masses has been the Holy Grail of computing for over thirty years. Millions of dollars have been spent on research programmes attempting to crack the problem by companies like Intel, Microsoft and IBM, but to no avail.

Amazingly, one man, Abdul Hafeez Ibrahim, working largely unaided has managed to finally come up with the solution. So, another Manchester first in computing which will result in a fundamental change in the way that the industry creates both computer hardware and software. Perhaps Alan Turing Way will one day intersect with Abdul Hafeez Boulevard leading to his home inner city district of Longsight.

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64 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

SomeoneJune 18th 2008.

Louis just shut up and get a life. Have you got nothing better to do than to try and force people into your way of thinking. It is ovious your using different names and guess what it does you no good because your style of writing is the same.

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

Terry, not to brag but I happen to think that I know what the solution to the parallel programming problem is. My stuff has been on the web for quite some time. It is only now that it is being noticed by some in the industry and that's only because the crisis has begun to threaten the financial welfare of some very wealthy folks. If Abdul (or whoever) has been working on the same problem all along, there is no way he could have missed my work. I make a lot of noise. My point is that nobody can claim to have solved this problem in total isolation unless he or she is trying to capitalize on other people's work. Does Abdul even exist? By the way, the solution is a threat to a lot of people in the computer science community because they are the ones who got everybody into this mess in the first place. It started more than 50 years ago when they decided to turn Alan Turing into a god.

Louis_Is_StupidJune 18th 2008.

Read the Name!Louis, run home to your mother!You know NOTHING!If your so...full of yourself, then go and do the same thing at twice the speed then...Mr. Know it all, Just read my name, U DISCUST ME!This is something Genuine and your just being NEGATIVE!, SELFISH!And Also, Go Ryan!!!

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

Yank, where the hell do you come off lecturing me when you know so little about me? Did Abdul con you into investing into his Holy Grail scheme or are you part of the con who got MC to publish this world-exclusive story? Why would a non-technical online news outlet such as MC be the first (and the only one, mind you) to publish something as disruptive as a solution to the parallel programming problem when there are plenty more appropriate venues? Who do you people think you're fooling? Abdul's crap is just that, crap. You hear me? This is all I'm going to add to this discussion unless I see a retraction by the powers that be at MC. I've wasted enough of my time on this nonsense as it is.

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

I have never read so much BS related to a purported breakthrough in my life. Patent records are publically accessible. If Abdul even filed for a patent for his Holy Grail paradigm (LOL), guess what, it would be common knowledge in the industry. Abdul's fan club needs to realize a simple truth: they are clueless with regard to parallel programming whereas I've been thinking and reading and writing about it for decades. It's not easy for anybody to pull a wool over my eyes. I hereby request that MC retract this fairy tale or provide a followup to substantiate the absurd claims made here.

TerryJune 18th 2008.

Louis, you sound very bitter about the computer science community, what better way to stick your two fingers up to them and bring down their beloved Turing than actually developing and delivering your solution to parallel programming. If it would only take you 18months full time, why not do it. Get a venture capitalist to back you and prove it to the world, rather than just publishing theories and concepts on your site? Then there would be no question as to who the author was? As for whether the conference is actually happening and what is presented, I guess we will find out soon as its the last day today and then all might be revealed.

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

Abdul Ibrahim has nothing, in my opinion. If he did have something to show at Valencia, the rest of the computer industry would know about it and a simple Google search would reveal the truth of it. This is not the case. Besides, why go to Valencia when Manchester is in the news lately because it is celebrating the 60th anniversary of "Baby", the first modern stored program computer. I suspect that this is either a prank or a hoax played on Manchester Confidential.

AnonymousJune 18th 2008.

This whole deal smells like snake oil mixed with holy grail crap. Who are the idiots who invested in this scam? Somedody should alert the proper authorities. Yep.

DrawohJune 18th 2008.

Weird lot aren't you?

Vikas ShahJune 18th 2008.

There is already a lot of huge work going into parallel computing with the likes of the AMD Firestream processor and nVidia Tesla. Most of the world's supercomputing and processor firms have been tackling this problem for years, and we are finally starting to see solutions to these issues emerging. Kudos to Abdul for being a part of this huge step forward, but I do think you need to also note that many other firms are also making significant 'paradigm shift' innovations in Parallel Computing.Vikashttp://thoughteconomics.blogspot.com

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

@JohnA solution to the parallel programming problem is one of the holy grails of computer science. Labs around the world have been trying to find a viable solution for decades without success. There is no way anybody can work in isolation on this problem at a major university without a lot of other people knowing about it. Even though Manchester University is famous around the world for its top notch research in computer science, Ibrahim is an unknown in this field. I have been following this subject for quite some time and I conduct my own research on parallel programming and software reliability. Yet this is the first time I have heard of the man. I am familiar enough about the subject to know that a solution will require a reinvention of the computer as we know it, both software and hardware. MC should be more careful about what sort of exclusive stories it chooses to publish. This one smells like a fish.

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

Terry, you are asserting lots of things without providing any proof. First, how do you know there was any presentation at Valencia by Abdul? Second, assuming he presented anything, how do you know it was the holy grail of parallel programming? As far as my presenting anything to academia is concerned, forget it. It'll never happen. I despise the computer science community and the feeling is mutual. Why? Because I say very bad things about their most cherished and acclaimed idol, Alan Turing, whose ideas I blame for almost every major problem in computing today, including the parallel programming crisis. Computer scientists would never give me the light of day even though I see them visiting my site every day. Like I said, I love living dangerously. :-) Anyway, I am claiming that Abdul has nothing unless it looks like the stuff I have been proposing. And if it does look like my stuff, then he's claiming to be the author of something that he did not invent, which would be rather foolish. Having said that, I wasn't born with a silver spoon in my mouth. Write me a check for a few million dollars and I'll deliver a new multicore CPU and a set of software tools that you can play with. It shouldn't take me more than 18 months. And I'll make you rich beyond your dreams. :-D

JohnJune 18th 2008.

So Louis, I'm a little confused by your position here, apparently Abdul can't exist as you can't Google him. I suppose that's a 21st. century update on 'Cogito, ergo sum' : 'I don't Google, therefore I am not'.However, on the offchance that the ungoogleable Abdul does really exist, he must have plagiarised your ideas as it would be impossible for him to have cracked the parallel programming problem working in isolation, even though you have developed your own solution in total isolation from the scientific community that you so despise. There appears to be a logical contradiction here somewhere.

phoenixeagleJune 18th 2008.

For those of you following this aimless dialogue, you may like to know that while louis has spoken some truth he has failed to comprehend that Abdul has never claimed to be the holy grail inventor what is claimed is a solution has been found, demonstrated to the worlds leading professors, and will change the way computers are designed and programmed, for the next generation.And just for the record assumptions are once again well wide of the mark.Seems you may just have to be patient Louis until the commercial press releases.

Ashley SimmonsJune 18th 2008.

Trying to get some visitors for your site Mr Shah?

Ryan_KirkmanJune 18th 2008.

I can already feel the world changing.I bet computing very soon is going to change dramaticly

Someone elseJune 18th 2008.

Hafeez, is that you? Savain is out there facing the music while you hide behind the skirts of your anonymous co-conspirators, ahahaha... There's something funny going on in Manchester. It's the parallel conspiracy. LOL.

yank00June 18th 2008.

Well, Louis you get a little angry and then you start to talk a bit of sense. About time. You talk a lot of rubbish and I can see you have a lot to give, but you cloud that with more rubbish then sense. Now you start to talk reality. I don't have any truk with accadamia. You are where I came from so you will remember "those who teach, teach because they could not survive by doing what they teach in the real world". That is not a slur on teachers as they are an essential part of this world. However the upper levels of accedamia have evolved into a type of being that thinks of themselves as some sort of gods, which are always right, not just about what they know but about everything. So, in that you are not alone. However, you are approaching that level arrogance and in danger of losing your ability think laterally. I am reminded of a younger Abdul, when hearing you, so much the same. But, Abdul continued in his beliefs, while listening and learning from others mistakes and thinking from a higher level. You, on the other hand do not seem to want to hear anything other then your own voice and therefore are beginning to die, because if you don't learn at least something from everyone you come into contact with everyday and grow then you die a little. I do not have the inclination to waste my time on something like this, but I thought that I saw a little bit of a spark, like I saw in Abdul, in you. Maybe I am wrong and you are just another sorry individual full of bile instead of that spark. I hope not because that would be very disappointing because this world needs more people like Abdul, and I was beginning to think you were one of those.

Burt CodeineJune 18th 2008.

Unfortunately this 'board' has just got going and it looks like given another story will fall off the radar...be good to keep it up for a while longer of possible? I'm struggling to find anything newsworthy on the net relating to this and it is the last day of the conference.Haven't a clue what any of it will mean to the world of computing to be honest...will it be as good as macs :)

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

Eagle, you must be the ringleader who goes around convincing gullible VCs to invest in your little Holy Grail scheme. Listen here. Let me save you people some time and a lot of regrets later on. There are only three possible ways to implement parallelism in a computer. One is SIMD (single instruction, multiple data), which is used in graphics cards and high performance scientific computers. The second is MIMD (multiple instructions, multiple data) and this is used in general-purpose multicore processors such as the ones manufactured by companies like Intel, AMD, IBM, ARM, etc… MIMD multicore processors use a technique called multithreading to implement parallelism. Both of these (SIMD and threaded MIMD) are a pain in ass to program and they are not optimal for every type of application. There is only one other way to implement parallelism and it’s the way that I have proposed: non-threaded, non-algorithmic MIMD. It is the only parallel computing model that implements fine-grained parallelism while having none of the drawbacks of the other architectures. If Abdul’s scheme is based on either the first or the second approach, you guys are **** out of luck and you’re throwing your money into a latrine. If it’s based on the third approach, then the man is lying about having invented the Holy Grail of parallel programming because it’s a technique that’s been out there for decades but, for reasons having to do with academic incompetence (too bad that the industry listens to academia), it has never been seen as the solution. That’s right, I did not invent it. I just happen to have realized decades ago that it is the solution to almost everything that is wrong with computing today. And it’s not rocket science. There is indeed a huge amount of money to be made because whoever comes out with a solution to this problem will likely dominate the computer industry for the rest of the century. If you people really got that much money to burn, fork it over to me and I’ll show you how it’s done. And I’ll take back every bad thing I wrote about Abdul on this board, LOL.

this is getting weirdJune 18th 2008.

As the publisher, i have just eyeballed everyone concerned, I am no further on. louis, i am not sure of my position, but I am not sure of yours either.

TerryJune 18th 2008.

Louis, why do think this is a prank or a con? Why is is not possible for someone to have solved this problem on their own? If you look back at a ot of the major inventions and discoveries in history they were made by people working in isolation and rediculed for their thinking and discovers by others of their time! So why is it not possible for Abdul to have done the same?

TerryJune 18th 2008.

Louis, well he must have something to show to be spending 3 days presenting it to Professor Duato plus other eminent scientists and computer gurus, plus for them to be spending 3 days listening to him they must believe he has something otherwise they wouldn't waste their time. You say you have made a lot of noise and believe you have solved the problem, so how come you haven't had a 3 day conference and been able to convince the top names to attend? If you have solved the problem where is your working solution then?

RafeeqJune 18th 2008.

Well Louis just because you have not heard of the man you cant just come to conclusions.Who said he went to University in the first place.Maybe your blog has been copied but maybe Ibrahim has been working under the radar and thats why hes not been noticed. Time will tell if this is a hoax or not.

phoenixeagleJune 18th 2008.

sadly I see Louis that you are as ignorant as you are nieve a complete waste of space, who has never understood "a little knowledge is a dangerous thing" I dont have the time to stroke your self important ego.

Someone elseJune 18th 2008.

Hafeez will have all the time in the world when everybody finds out that his paradigm ain't worth a dime. LOL.

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

Yo, yank. Why lie to make a lame point, man? First off, nobody thinks I'm a fraud. A crank or a kook, yes, but not a fraud. Try saying anything negative about the gods of academia and see if you won't receive the same treatment. I always tell it like I see it. As far as publishing my stuff, hell, man, what is wrong with you? This is all I have been doing for I I can't remember how long. Your 1-minute Google search is obviously not very effective. I write about all my ideas. Unlike some others, I am not trying to make gazillions off of my work in computer science. My stuff is free for the taking and some are indeed taking what they can. Do a search for "Nightmare on Core Street" or "Project COSA" and you'll see what I'm talking about. And one more thing, I don't need your money. If my stuff is as good as I claim, then the industry will eventually see the light and come to its senses. My main interest in parallel computing has to do with my research in artificial intelligence. I believe that we will need extremely powerful multicore processors for the AI machines that are just around the corner. By the way, keep your opinions a little less personal. Manchester Confidential does not pay me to comment here. I can leave just as easily as I arrived. Those of you who are interested on my thoughts on parallel programming can go to my blog: http://rebelscience.blogspot.com/

yank00June 18th 2008.

I sit here with joy at all of the assumptions being made, and we all know what ass u me means. However, like Phoenix I have known Abdul for many years and I am not easily convinced about many things, other then Louis enjoys making a fool of himself. Abdul has worked for many years on this, most of the time in isolation and many times with some of the top minds to create what he has developed. Sure he will benefit highly from it, and why shouldn't he. Many people around the world will also benefit greatly.

DericeJune 18th 2008.

Yo man!!! I'm from Jamacia!!! What up man!!!This man looks cool like he can change da world! I am lookin forward to it jamacian style!!!Go abdul man! impress ta brothers!

SomeoneJune 18th 2008.

Well Louis aka someone else it appears you have a need to say the last word.Your not the most likable person around are you.You certainly have your way with words.

Ryan_KirkmanJune 18th 2008.

Louis, Why don't you just shut up! A lot of people here know that your just some brainless fool who doesn't know exacly what they are talking about.Leave this to the pro's will you little boy!

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

Rafeeq, it's either a prank or a con. Take your pick. Either way, it's good for a few laughs. It gets old pretty quick afterward.

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

You're the publisher and you're not sure of your position? That's funny. What kind of publisher are you? This joke has gone on long enough, don't you think? Do you often print BS stories like this without checking your facts? Emailing a simple message to Professor Duato is a trivial thing to do, you know. Or am I to understand that Manchester Confidential is an English parody of Le Canard enchaîné? The Hafeez Parallel programming paradigm, the Holy Grail of computing, eh? Yeah, sure. Again, thanks for the laughs.

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

John, you crack me up, man. You must be the author of this farce. I am certainly considered a kook in many circles but what can I say? Some folks don't like me and I love living dangerously. :-) Let me put it this way. If Ibrahim's work (or anybody else for that matter) is a vindication of everything I have been saying, then the man is obviously a crook and/or a plagiarizer. He should be handcuffed and placed under arrest as soon as he sets foot on Spanish soil. Dr. Duato should be immediately warned. Thanks for the laughs. :-D

this is getting weirdJune 18th 2008.

As the publisher, i have just eyeballed everyone concerned, I am no further on. louis, i am not sure of my position, but I am not sure of yours either.

WaseemJune 18th 2008.

wow Cool, goo uncle lol, to think millions if not even billions of pounds have gone into researching this, and not even the top notch firms like intel or Microsoft of all firms couldnt even get a glimpse of what this guy has achieved, thats just immense :)

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

ahahaha... You're full of crap, phoenixeagle, whoever you are. And you know it. Thanks for the laughs, anyway. ahahaha... AHAHAHA... ahahaha...

Burt CodeineJune 18th 2008.

I must admit this is one of MC's odder moments. It's been an interesting journey however, from cryptic theology influencing chips to sequencer inventing virtual men. It's all quiet in googleland too, which makes the wait all the more exciting. Thanks for all the tangents - really mind opening stuff.

SomeoneJune 18th 2008.

I am not Hafeez and im afraid Hafeez doesnt have the time to talk to you right now.He has better things to be getting on with than listening to you run your mouth.

JohnJune 18th 2008.

Louis, I'd never heard of you or your blog prior to today so I checked it out. A Google search sees you described as a "well known kook" so I approached your blog with some trepidation however I have to say that your analysis of the problems facing programming is not only spot on but incredibly concise and clearly written. I'm surprised you're so uptight about all this as I would have thought it will be a vindication of everything that you have been saying.

Someone elseJune 18th 2008.

Amazed, lighten up. It was all for fun. And scam. :-D

this is getting weirdJune 18th 2008.

As the publisher, i have just eyeballed everyone concerned, I am no further on. louis, i am not sure of my position, but I am not sure of yours either.

Max SlaterJune 18th 2008.

I remember when Abdul showed my company how to make polyphonic music from a monophonic sound chip in a ZX Spectrum when he used to do music for computer games before PC's.Make no mistake this guy eats triple PHD's for breakfast! I should know I'm still looking for a body!

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

There is only one solution, eagle. Just one. If your solution is not the one I wrote about, you got nothing, nada. You can't say nobody told you because I just did. And by the way, don't think for a minute that you can pull a fast one on the big players in the business because we're not talking about your two-bit neighborhood gang here. You'll be crushed you like a bug before you realize what hit you.

Ryan KirkmanJune 18th 2008.

Everyone Shut up now...Especially Louis.Now, lets all be positive,Lets hope this Hafeez does the job, until then, lets all give luck and best wishes!Go Abdul Hafeez!

yank00June 18th 2008.

Louis, what are you so afraid of? I came from the LA area and thought that we were made of stronger stuff then fear and sour grapes that I hear from you. You state that you have the answers to many things, but it seems that you only have questions. Obviously, you are a fraud in the eyes of many, unfortunately as you seem to have soom intelligence. I know for a fact that what has been put forward on Abduls behalf is true. Whether that is 'the Holy Grail' I don't know, as I am not as technically intelligent at you. I do know what is real and what is not and don't live in a fantesy world, as you seem to do. I looked at your site and was beginning to gain a degree of respect, and could see how both you and Abdul were very much alike, however your continued stupid comments have discounted all of that. Why don't you actually do something positive and publish it instesd of trying to discredit somebody who does. If you have any answers, other then to demean someone, then I will give you the chance. I will put up the money that you were asking for if you can demonstrate that you have anything worthwhile, if not then crawl back into your hole until you are man enough to stand up and be counted. You can contact me through this paper and I will be happy to put this in writing to you. Either shut up or put up. I think you are one of the one's that have given Yanks a bad name and you make me ashamed. If I am wrong then do something positive for a change.

phoenixeagleJune 18th 2008.

Terry your suggestion for louis sounds fine, only one small point it took Abdul 20 years to perfect his solution.Guess there is some VC out there that could take the longer viewpointThe results of the conference are already known but until other commercial issues are processed dont expect much news.How ever one fact is certain, the resulting methodology and commercial spin offs will change the way programmers are educated, any quess as to which university will change there curriculum first?

JohnJune 18th 2008.

So Louis Savain thinks that this is a 'prank' because he can't find anything about it on Google, one hopes that he has more success finding the word 'exclusive' in the dictionary.

Peter PettigrewJune 18th 2008.

Firstly Catherine, i can see it's MAN talk not Boy.Secondly, I believe in this Scientist, this looks like amazing work and I wish him all the best, Louis is a negative little girl who can't get over himself, but I think it's time for computing to finaly change and move on in a massive step, and I think that this man has finally cracked it!!! Also, "Louis_Is_Stupid", you make me laugh so much with that name! Especially the "Run home to your mother!"Peter Pettigrew, Lord Voldemorts Assistant

2SuckersJune 18th 2008.

I think Pettigrew and Kirkman are two of the suckers who have invested heavily in this scam. They're hoping against hope that Savain is wrong. But Savain is right. This story smelled like a scam from day one.

Benjamin BrownJune 18th 2008.

You are so full of it Shah. Trying to steal credit from a pioneer of Manchester computing. The proof will be in the pudding. 'TACKLING THE PROBLEM' is not good enough.

JohnJune 18th 2008.

Louis, you are obviously very knowledgeable on this subject as you have quite correctly observed that this will require a reinvention of hardware as well as software. This is precisely why the seminar is being hosted by Professor Duato, a leading figure in computer hardware design.A couple of decades ago Abdul invented the first sequencer, on hearing of it, Yamaha rushed out a press release which like yourslf declared it a 'hoax'. When they actually checked the product out they had the embarrassment of having to retract their statement and went on to license the product themaselves for their MX computer.Don't be so quick to rush to judgement.

phoenixeagleJune 18th 2008.

Having read the BS being spouted on this media, I wonder why such illuminated minds have not considered the possibility that Abdul is not a myth but an alien who has come to provide mankind with an alternative path to electron ordered chaos.Having known Abdul for some considerable time, I can confirm that while Louis Savan has his nose out of joint, it makes no difference, as Abdul has the patents, has previously been offered vast sums of money, and preferred to work in isolation until he could prove his theories work.Facts! The Valencia conference is taking place! Abdul has presented a methodology that works! Abdul has patented the process! The “best minds” in the world have once again been forced to admit that the millions spent on their research, was just that research! Abdul is not after acclaim, he will benefit from his research, and millions of humans will benefit from a upgraded approach to ordered chaos.So Mr Savan eat your heart out.

phoenixeagleJune 18th 2008.

Wisemen of the internet, allow me to assure you that as the guy who invented the worlds first portable (Luggable) with a hard disc over 30 years ago, that Abdul is real and living, he is currently in a time of mourning for his father who died a year ago so we should respect this.I can report that the conference was a success, and that there is now a commercial process under way.Abdul has been contacted by a number of high level media outlets, but wisely has declined to engage in creating more media interest, meanwhile the process in Spain is now continuing, and in due course the result will be announced.There will be a similar process starting in the UK, and Germany, and in all probability in many other countries, the corporate and physical structure has yet to be put into place, this will take 3 months, and once the structure is in place and the first commercial product is under development then the media will be informed.Frankly the posts on this media are premature, and serve little purpose, but while I feel inclined to address the conjecture, I decline to as my time is much better served in dealing with the many issues that need to be resolved as this project progresses.Some of you will know who I am and will know I do not normally post on the internet, however as this project is of such importance and will change the face of computing forever I felt it necessary to come to Abduls defence.Louis this project is not going to die, and its possible with your knowledge that we can use you in the future, meanwhile bile and gripe are beneath men of wisdom.Let us hope that because of what Abdul has achieved that the processes of project management of a major development proceed smoothly and that the commercial companies that will be set up attract sufficient venture financing to enable world wide domination within a short period.For the inquisitive the core companies will not be subjected to VC, but are privately financed, to ensure protection of the technology.Each commercial company set up will control one project, and be licensed through Abduls researcdcompany.I am prohibited from revealing any more but this is no mealy mouth project, so far there is 30m Euro on the table, however this project will require at least that in each country.Rest assured that the people behind and supporting Abdul are seasoned businessmen, and the quantum leap that this technology has achieved will inevitably be licensed to the big boys first.

Someone elseJune 18th 2008.

Scammers are not the only ones who can play the anonymous game. The fact remains that the so-called "Hafeez parallel programming paradigm" is a joke and a scam.

Saleem MustafaJune 18th 2008.

Louis Savain, I can clear up one of your queries, Abdul Hafeez Ibrahim definitely exists. He was born Sep 4th 1961. A genius scientist, guitarist, artist, and athlete. You exist but who's ever noticed?!

CatherineJune 18th 2008.

As a girl, boys stop beating youself up about this.

yank00June 18th 2008.

Hit a nerve did I? Or am I exposing the real person. Sorry Mate, but being a Yank myself I tell it as it is and, at my age, don't really give a damm what you, or who you are, I only care if you have something worth listening to and so far I think that I have been wasting my time. What a pity. So long, my friend, and good luck in the future. I think you will need it.

TerryJune 18th 2008.

Phoenix, that all sounds fantastic, but I guess for those of us, unlike yourself, we don't have access to Abdul or what his methodology looks like so it is hard for us to quantify it. And as for Louis he will definately need to see and try before believing. But if all you say is true it is fantastic

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

What is funny about this article is that, the more I read it, the more I realize that the author (who wrote this BS anyway?) must have been reading my own blog and decided to create some sort of parody. Some of the phrases used are exact clones of phrases from my own articles. Come on, MC. This isn't April 1st. It's funny but not that funny. It's too bad I am not a great fan of Mr. Turing, otherwise I would be lying on the floor laughing. :-D

AmazedJune 18th 2008.

Will you all get a life? I heve never seen such a childish load of nonsense. All of you should take a good long look at yourselves, then try and get laid.

Louis SavainJune 18th 2008.

I see this is getting personal and it's beginning to have an ethnic flavor to it. Abdul has a dedicated fan club. LOL. All right, Mustafa. Here's the deal. I call upon famous artist, guitarist and genius scientist, Abdul Hafeez Ibrahim to show everybody what he's got, that is, if he's got anything to show. A little web page would do. And it'd better not look like my stuff. At any rate, this is getting old. See you around and thanks for the laughs.

John BlaylockJune 18th 2008.

Very colorful my friend, but I do agree that Abduls work is far beyond anyone else. This man created Windows before Windows, music recording software before recording software and now...

RafeeqJune 18th 2008.

Well Shah if you know what your talking about you should know millions of dollars has been spent trying to solve these problems and Abdul has done it.You should really think or understand a situation better before you speak.

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