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Will this build me a better microwave? Will this give me a bigger TV? What will this do for "me"? lol...you know those are serious thoughts coming from the public.

This could definitely help with making faster computers though.
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Will this build me a better microwave? Will this give me a bigger TV? What will this do for "me"? lol...you know those are serious thoughts coming from the public.

This could definitely help with making faster computers though.
It means absolutely nothing, other than adding to the growing mound of evidence that is quantum physics.


Their technique requires superconductors. If we are able to mass produce superconductors then we already have the ability to manufacture ∞MHz computers that run on less power than a wristwatch.
    
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It means absolutely nothing, other than adding to the growing mound of evidence that is quantum physics.


Their technique requires superconductors. If we are able to mass produce superconductors then we already have the ability to manufacture ∞MHz computers that run on less power than a wristwatch.
If Casimir forces have applications in nanotechnology you can bet they have applications in computing.
post #14 of 14
Didn't hawking make up a busted theory involving a similiar thing happening at blackholes, that pairs of protons would come into existance, but because of the blackholes gravity sometimes one half of the pair would be caught in the gravity and be diverted from destroying each other. That the remaining proton would create "Hawking radiation."
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