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Moore's Law to be extended again
4/14/2015 01:23 AM EDT
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R_Colin_Johnson
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Re: Chalmers University of Technology at U.K. ?!!!
R_Colin_Johnson   4/14/2015 4:44:17 PM
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Of course, you are right. Sometimes working fast is not so good. It should be fixed now thanks to your careful reading. Thanks for helping out our copy editors :)

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Re: spontaneous spin exchange
R_Colin_Johnson   4/14/2015 4:42:21 PM
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You are right that would be scary, except that its 6 micrometers (microns) not millimeters. Thanks for the comment.

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Chalmers University of Technology at U.K. ?!!!
kevin.memi   4/14/2015 2:36:03 PM
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R. Colin Johnson, is there any university at U.K. named "Chalmers University of Technology"?? I believe you have moved a well-known Sweedish university to U.K.

 

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Re: spontaneous spin exchange
R_Colin_Johnson   4/14/2015 11:43:38 AM
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Thanks for the acute observation. I'll ask the researchers about it.

Thanks again.

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Re: Gray text
R_Colin_Johnson   4/14/2015 10:58:46 AM
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Maybe restart your browser, it looks black to me. Or perhaps a copy editor already fixed. (I'm just getting to my desk at 8 a.m. PT).

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spontaneous spin exchange
resistion   4/14/2015 8:04:29 AM
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The spin diffusion distance is going to scare many. Especially if it is spontaneous and could show up more in large number statistics.

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Gray text
RGRU   4/14/2015 4:02:15 AM
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Why is the text of this article gray?  It is brutal to read.

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