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Space and Time: A continuum or conundrum?

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tmh86
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tmh86   2/15/2013 11:26:34 PM
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"So, to save 2GB of local storage on the device, the energy cost is 550mWh for each viewing". I guess that should be 5.5Wh. 17.4Wh - 11.9Wh = 5.5Wh.

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mjmahon   2/15/2013 7:20:19 PM
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Um, "8% year over year" *is* exponential growth. We'd just like the rate to be larger. ;-) -michael

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Bijay_Maniari   2/12/2013 7:29:49 AM
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Nice write up.It sums up the present scenario. Bijay Kumar Sharma

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