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(Tom's Hardware)   We're one step closer to being able to grow a Tardis   (tomshardware.com) divider line 27
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2013-02-28 03:28:47 PM
Meh.

I saw a whole bus full of those once....
 
2013-02-28 03:31:24 PM

SpdrJay: Meh.

I saw a whole bus full of those once....


Was it a short bus?
 
2013-02-28 03:36:04 PM
Can't we just cut to the part where semi-organic self aware machines kill us all?
This waiting is driving me crazy!
 
2013-02-28 03:51:54 PM
Sarah Palin is way ahead of you.
 
2013-02-28 03:53:01 PM
No, this is more depositing inorganic material, a TARDIS is a sentient being.
 
2013-02-28 03:54:20 PM
Well that's going to be confusing, since we already say we're "growing" a wafer when it's made using conventional processes.
 
2013-02-28 03:59:08 PM
We've mastered Happy Numbers and Block Transfer Computational theory?
 
2013-02-28 04:04:18 PM
Pffft.  My dog did that last year.

imageshack.us
 
2013-02-28 04:04:28 PM
I hope your shoulder isn't too badly sprained from reaching so far for that headline.
 
2013-02-28 04:23:04 PM
That's not very PC.
 
2013-02-28 04:40:19 PM
It's our daily Dr Who thread!
 
2013-02-28 04:45:45 PM

Surool: I hope your shoulder isn't too badly sprained from reaching so far for that headline.


A little, but I put some heat on it. :-)
 
2013-02-28 04:52:30 PM
Screw the TARDIS, I want Moya.
 
2013-02-28 07:01:19 PM
what a full grown tardis may look like

i.usatoday.net
 
2013-02-28 07:21:10 PM
They are really going headstrong into nanowire development. I was reading an article not that long ago mentioning how it was going to be an effective replacement for silicone. It now seems that with the ability to "bake" and potentially mass-produce these things, it's actually a viable option.

Anything that makes technology faster is OKAY in my book. :)
 
2013-02-28 09:00:36 PM
Okay. What the hell is a Tardis?
 
2013-02-28 09:38:27 PM
You just went full Tardis. You never go full Tardis.
 
2013-02-28 11:57:57 PM

RedVentrue: Okay. What the hell is a Tardis?


If only there was a search engine that could help us find the answer!
 
2013-03-01 02:19:55 AM
If we were one step closer to time travel and space folding, this would have been on the front page of every newspaper in the world.
 
2013-03-01 02:41:03 AM
I grew a Tardis once. Had to have it removed. From my ass.
 
2013-03-01 05:37:09 AM
the Diamond Age has arrived..
 
2013-03-01 06:32:50 AM

RedVentrue: Okay. What the hell is a Tardis?


Go onto netflix. Search for Doctor Who. There will be two versions, one with the name left plain, one with classic before it. Click on either. Watch a couple episodes.

Congratulations on your new obsession.
 
2013-03-01 07:27:40 AM
I will never understand the obsession with Dr. Who.  Poor plotlines, bad effects, stale acting.  Seriously.  Good for you for liking a TV show, and I'll never tell you not to, I just don't get it.
 
2013-03-01 08:56:08 AM
We still need to work out block transfer computations in order to build the outer shell.
 
2013-03-01 09:33:21 AM

Frozboz: I will never understand the obsession with Dr. Who.  Poor plotlines, bad effects, stale acting.  Seriously.  Good for you for liking a TV show, and I'll never tell you not to, I just don't get it.


That's cool.  I felt the same way about Freinds, Lost, 2 and a Half Men, Big Bang Theory, etc. etc.  Different people like different stuff.

/Don't Blink
 
2013-03-01 11:26:21 AM

www.intel.co.jp



Not surprised.
 
2013-03-01 12:00:28 PM

HellRaisingHoosier: They are really going headstrong into nanowire development. I was reading an article not that long ago mentioning how it was going to be an effective replacement for silicone. It now seems that with the ability to "bake" and potentially mass-produce these things, it's actually a viable option.

Anything that makes technology faster is OKAY in my book. :)


I don't get it. How are nanowires going to give us better, more realistic breast implants?
Maybe you mean Silicon. I could totally see that happening.

/peeve
 
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