Wow, I find this kind of thing very interesting...for some reason
Yeah, we are coming to the limits of standard silicon processing, but at the moment, aren't we coping by using less nanometres like the latest 65 nano?
I'm sure we'll get to a point where we'll only be able to put processors together to get better speed, and getting more speed out of one only will be near impossible.
That seems a better prospect
"Until we understand quantum gravity, we're not going to be running Linux on a black hole."
I found that very interesing, haha, imagine since we have a black hole in the centre of our galaxy, having a super computer running on it?I haven't read the whole article yet to understand all of that.
That would seriously be interesting though. I mean, could it ever be possible to make a controlled black hole?
Though I don't understand really how chips of now work with digital information, so I'll have NO chance of understanding THAT stuff