The pencil is indeed mightier than the sword
and apparently on the order of black holes.
I think I'll go shoot some electrons through people.
This has no application to discussion here but sociocide is lame.
is that sufficient discussion or am I getting temp banned.
If I'm getting banned, **** you for hating knowledge.
This belongs in sociocide.
what confuses me about this statement
"By tweaking the voltage across the semiconductor, they can adjust how high the barrier appears to electrons. If the barrier is low, the electrons will be blocked. But make the barrier high enough, and counterintuitively, electrons should sail through."
is that in the previous paragraph they said that only in infinitely high walls is an electron trapped. are computer manufactureres willing to accept a chance of lost data due to electrons escaping the "box"?
****, what do i know about electrons. i make things fly.
**** you too. It's still in the wrong forum.
Originally Posted by UpaLumpa
as long as we're being intellectual. back in the days of the modem, hardware engineers created error correction. so i suppose lost electrons, kept under some threshold, wouldn't be a huge issue.
You're still a noob to the "real" aikido.
Originally Posted by Mr. Jones
Guess what, it ain't real.
In other news, earlier I was an Africanized Bee and now I'm a birdie.
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