posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 09:12 PM
I looked at all of your links, none of them inferred a 4 prong molecule, just atomically small binary switches. None of these links (thank you but I
found them all on a simple Google search) touched on what I read. What I read (again) was a single molecule with 4 branches combined with a 16-branch
sphere acting as one single transistor, like our own brain neurons.
I suppose I never bookmarked the link(s), as I was able to access my old computer cashes, and saved links, as it was before where I am now. I guess, I
supposed there would be more developments in this, ( so I never saved a link because they were easy to find then), I thought it was like, NEWS!
So in conclusion, I may have read woo and believed it, (though I can't quote the institutions involved, I found them to be reputable at the time, like
the #ing world leaders in the field of nanotechnology).
If I happen to stumble upon any links to this, I most certainly put it out.
Binary squared to the power of 16, not 1-0 anymore! That was the point. Free association with thousands of stimuli/transponders,
edit on 9-3-2011 by Illustronic because: (no reason given)