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Originally posted by grey580
BTW. Even if you could get the full 2.5 TB of data. You're hardware is still too slow.
In the seconds that it took to download the movie you're computer would be waiting to write the data to your hard drive.
Originally posted by tothetenthpower
reply to post by interupt42
Techinically, it would be cheaper. Sorry..SHOULD BE.
If your telecom gave you a "data allowance" when they have access to SO MUCH BANDWITH, they are cheating, lying scum and you should not take their business.
It's insane to have data caps on anything beyond DSL. Once you hit fiber, the sky is the limit.
Originally posted by Oannes
This makes total sense. Our bodies were always known as "lighthouses". DNA is light made solid, the ultimate high bio-tech. Its like a blending of meta-physics and science. We are begining to merge these fields. Our advancement is multiplying in speed.
Originally posted by mikefromspace
yes, space is superconducting. It's a matter of how space is arranged using the largest of many different sized particles. Therein you guide the energetic ones to plow out the mid sized in a new crystalline form, a vortex, so long as the geometry is right you have a self running one.
Originally posted by EnigmaAgent
Researchers have clocked light beams made of "twisted" waves carrying 2.5 terabits of data - the capacity of more than 66 DVDs - per second.
The technique relies on manipulating what is known as the orbital angular momentum of the waves.
Recent work suggests that the trick could vastly boost the data-carrying capacity in wi-fi and optical fibres.
The wonders of science never cease to amaze me.
Every day something new crops up to stimulate the brain with the progress of scientists.
Originally posted by TinkerHaus
If only there was a storage device capable of reading or writing at anything even close to these speeds..