> I don't mean to be harsh, but with some small amount of experience in this field,
> I can reliably inform you that the second someone says they can make a transistor
> from sand, you can stop listening and dismiss all further claims.
I have a lot of experience. I worked in Silicon Valley for 20 years. We turned sand into semiconductors.
I picked up the line 'we build computers from sand and rock' from my days at nCube in the late 90's.
We were a chips to systems super computer company owned by Larry Ellison of Oracle fame.
I didn't say it was easy, I just said I could...
Dismiss my claims, that fine, but there are some of us who know how our technological world actually works.
Post Edited (06-May-14 20:46)
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