|Dr Caspar JM Hewett
chair of the Great Debate and environmental consultant
It would have to be the digital computer since most of my research over the years has involved mathematical modelling of processes, from deformation and heat, to flow and pollution transport. The number of calculations involved in solving these problems would simply be impossible without the power of digital computers.
Caspar JM Hewett is chair of the Great Debate, environmental consultant and writer/researcher on subjects including Darwinian theory, theories of human nature, biotechnology and mathematics.