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 This is the only computer-related use of that I’ve seen.
And you see that where?
Dear European Commission,   fsck you.   Strong letter to follow, Apple
 When OS XI comes out, the iMac design will just slide down in front of us on our desks. The stand will be redesigned to make moving from a vertical to horizontal workspace effortless, but the body is about as good as it will ever be.
 By the time the psychopaths try to take this to court, iOS 8 will be out and they’ll have no case whatsoever. Then again, they invent whatever laws they want to keep companies from being companies, so who knows.
 Right; still, using it to replace the wiring throughout logic boards (and wherever else applicable) would be beneficial to performance and waste heat, wouldn’t it? In fact, it’s probably better that it can’t be used as a transistor because of the edge restriction on its superconductivity. That would introduce another hard minimum size to building these things.
 I just had a thought. So stanene seems to superconduct up to the boiling point of water And that’s spectacular, because now we have a superconductor that can be used in electronic circuits. But being a superconductor, wouldn’t the minimum size of transistors utilizing it be increased? Because without inherent capacitance to hold back the electrons, they’d jump across larger gaps, yeah? Or maybe the fact that it’s a superconductor and clock speeds can be ramped up would...
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