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re: Mayan calendar predicts demise of Moore's Law
Tippers   10/5/2009 11:09:07 AM
Maybe some of today's forecasters already base their predictions on a few hours' History Channel viewing... ;-)

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re: Mayan calendar predicts demise of Moore's Law
mcgrathdylan   9/30/2009 5:18:19 PM
Final note: Clearly, Gordon Moore in 1965 showed an uncanny ability to predict the future. Based on just a few hours of History Channel viewing, it's possible to conclude that the ancient Mayans, Nostradamus and others who lived hundreds of years ago also did. Perhaps some of today's semiconductor industry market forecasters should borrow some of these ancient techniques and incorporate them into their models?

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