Computation of infinite accuracy could be achieved utilizing a box of magnetic pads, filled with magnetic fluid. The pads would fluctuate their fields, thus circulating the fluid. Behind the pads would be a second pad layer; a grid of electric transmitters, connected to a computer running a specialized fractal algorithm software. The idea is that the computer would feed the magnetic box an equation, which the box would then process, and feed back the results to the computer. This could be achievable because if the number of magnetic particles were known, and the fluid began with zero motion, or a matrix of 0's - it would automatically generate an end-matrix of 0's and 1's. The benefit to this is that there would be no overheating or cooling issues, and it utilizes current technology and mathematics. If anyone has questions about problems with this concept, you're free to run them by me and I could likely produce a theoretical solution. I'm not an engineer but am eager to share my creativity and work with those who have more technical knowledge.