All IRS databases now controlled by Propellers! Just revealed.
My team has been working for several years incorporating 500 Propellers as the master controlling system over ALL IRS computer processes. Unfortunately we cannot reveal any schematics or code, as that would put at risk the security scheme in place behind this massive Multi-Propeller-Machine(MPM).
The team can take select questions regarding the MPM, but will only respond to serious questions, and only in cases where we feel that the integrity of the system is not being compromised. In other words, you will not get a response regarding the code, how the Props communicate, how the Props interface to the IRS super computers, or schematics, or what the Props really do in their role of oversight of the IRS supercomputers. But, if interested in IRS data, such as amounts collected by the IRS per a given year or quarter, we can provide that info, because the MPM has actually done all the calculations and we can post the results. Basically, anything to do with the IRS that is public knowledge already on google, we can provide that to you. Please do not ask for clock speeds of the Prop, that is not available to the public. We have special sub zero cooling systems that allow astronomical speeds on the Prop(gigahertz).
We thought this was pretty exciting news, considering the resulting sales of Propellers will be enormous.
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