The new polybit computer from Project...

The new polybit computer from Project Home 2011 research

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United States

#1 May 7, 2011
I'm interested in that new processing method Project Home 2011 developed. It runs every command in a program in one step and processes the data in one step.

Guildford, UK

#2 Jul 27, 2011
It's not a real product. It's a prank dating back to 2001, revived for 2011.





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Manchester, CT

#3 Aug 6, 2011
I think it's awful that anyone would want to smear those guys. John Obik and Matthew Mitchel Urquhart are very kind people. They were very popular in school and both graduated with honors in 2009. Matt graduated high school and college in Enfield with the high school-college linking system and is a member of PTK fraternity.
Matt Mitch's prom date in 2007 was Katheryn. The theme of the prom was Puerto Rico and Kat adored Matt. Matt just married his sweetheart Lynn who is Matt's first love around 3 years older than Matt. They got married just after the project's completion in the project's completion year-2011. John Obik has employment offers to teach seminars. John Obik's family is in Australia. John Obik's family had moved to the United States in 1978 and then returned to Australia.
Since project home 2011 finished on time successfuly January 1, 2011, John Obik and Matthew Mitchel Urquhart have had employers throwing offers for hire at both of them and John and Matt are having to decide between the employers while other college graduates are having problems even getting a response back from employment ads. Their very first private sector employments are in or after 2011 after the project's completion. The maglev robot John Obik and Matt Mitch Urquhart invented together in project home 2011 could help people
and the environment. My congrats to John Obik and Matthew Mitchel Urquhart. Good for them!

Wokingham, UK

#4 Aug 7, 2011
There's no smear campaign. There are no real students here. Anyone can check this for themselves - heck, you can even email the college as I did.

On the JREF Forum's it has been shown pretty comprehensively that this is a hoax, a scam, a joke, whatever - some flavour of BS.

Here's the thread:

Also see how the project members (probably all the same person) have tried to censor criticism on the PESWiki discussion page. They even edited other users comments!

Here's the link to the history:

Note that Professor1, BillBall and JackieJames are all claiming to be different people working on this hoax, this fictitious nonsense. In fact they are probably all the same joker.

East Hartford, CT

#6 Mar 1, 2012
I would just like to give my input on that last post, that those students in Project Home 2011 did attend the college mentioned and I just sat in on their seminar describing the work they did in Project Home 2011. Many people have given Project Home 2011 accreditation. Project Home 2011 ran for 32 years and was sponsored by a company in Australia. Sorry to burst your bubble whoever you are, but this project is quite real.

New York, NY

#7 Apr 3, 2012
Project home2011 has investors working with them to produce a new product using their poly bit computer invention

East Hartford, CT

#8 Apr 8, 2012
I agree Jack, that "debunker" guy is really out there. Project Home 2011 gave a demonstration of that hovering device in our town recently and it was terrific! They were on a local television show a while back talking about the new electromagnetic tech and science they researched in Project Home 2011 and their polybit computer. Their computer works like a super multitasking multilayer processor, like several computers in one, so every step in a program is resolved at the same time, and then simultaneously fed to a section of memory that configures the relationship of all the data from all the lines of code in one step that produces the solution. It was described and demonstrated at the Project Home 2011 seminar in Hartford Connecticut the year after the project finished. Their technology also was being called by a journalist as a possible green energy technology as it uses electromagnetic forces for the levitation of the robot they demonstrated. I give Project Home 2011 2 thumbs up!

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