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Silicene bah! Graphene bah! Give me some iso-linear chips so I can make a replicator.
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i dont see how you could effectively control the electrons through a layer 1 atom thick
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Originally Posted by Pentium4 531 overclocker View Post

Quantum computing is still in the works. in order to make quantum computers work, we must be more familiar with quantum mechanics, a world where normal physics no longer completely applies. for example, did you know at a quantum level, subatomic particles can appear in a region of space spontaneously from absolutely nothing and then quickly annihilate each other and disappear again?
Yes, As well as being in 2 places at once. Not to mention you cannot know where one is at a specific time.
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i dont see how you could effectively control the electrons through a layer 1 atom thick

I'm pretty sure this is what they are working on. Once they know how to hold and change states of a material then it can goto process.
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