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i didn't see this on the top of any forums, and it isn't really DIRECTLY related to the PS3, but the idea of molecular electronics being used some time in the next decade, and on a 32 nm scale i think is something that we chould keep on the back burner.
Any input as to whether this is going to be a viable industry or not?
just another step along the road to finding technologies that can be used for quantum computing
As in the words of Neo, "whoa" 8)
and also in the words of Morph (FROM THE FILM!) *farts* "do you think thats air your breathing?"
From what i've heard though, fabricating things that small just isn't cost effective yet,at least not in bulk. So is it really likely that the fabrication proccess is going to get so much more refined in the next 5-10 years, that this is not only possible, but easy?
I'm sorry but nothing better than naturel itself. Cotton will never be replace by a something like that. 8)
well conventional electronic computing is going to hit a wall after a point because quantum phenomena screwing things up, so we are either going to find methods of utilizing them or we are going to have to say goodbye to the exponential power increases that we are used to
of course when true quantum computing becomes a reality the power increases could very easily be far greater then what we are used to now, but is a real pain to program for, under conventional methods anyway
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