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Old 14th Aug 2012, 10:46   #1
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IBM researchers boast of spintronics breakthrough

It could be the solution to the problems inherent in ever-shrinking electronics, and IBM's recent breakthrough in spintronics can only help.
http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...-spintronics/1
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Old 14th Aug 2012, 10:51   #2
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Didn't the last Labour government master this? Surely it would've been cheaper to licence it from Darling than reverse engineer it.
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Liquid cooling would never achieve a temperature lower than the ambient temperature. Unless you use TEC-like technology. But maybe we'll need another nuclear power plant or two to support the power draw then...

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Liquid cooling would never achieve a temperature lower than the ambient temperature. Unless you use TEC-like technology. But maybe we'll need another nuclear power plant or two to support the power draw then...

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You're thinking of water cooling. Liquid cooling, which is what IBM used, can go way below ambient. Think liquid nitrogen, liquid oxygen, liquid helium...
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You're thinking of water cooling. Liquid cooling, which is what IBM used, can go way below ambient. Think liquid nitrogen, liquid oxygen, liquid helium...
Ah yes. Excuse me for being stupid.
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Didn't the last Labour government master this? Surely it would've been cheaper to licence it from Darling than reverse engineer it.
wtf are you talking about
I believe he's referring to the former government's extensive use of 'spin' doctors - although he'd have been better mentioning McBride, rather than the relatively darling Darling.
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Didn't the last Labour government master this? Surely it would've been cheaper to licence it from Darling than reverse engineer it.
I like your thinking. But surely our Eternal Leader Kim IL Sung has mastered everything, including spin.

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I wonder if they realize that they are creating the way the electrons act.
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