Space, heat and faster than light travel

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dryson":3ekaqh8o said:
What the heck does Moore's law have to do with breakthroughs in Physics
When the transistors in a computer increase every two years the ability of the computer to computate also increases every two years which allows us to achieve faster results that might have been lost because the agency that was paying for the project shut the project down because the information that they had sought was not found within the alotted time of the project's budget meaning that the next set of variables needed to prove a theory might have been lost forever because of the computational speed of the computer.

This is definitely true. Hopefully in the future we'll have computers that actually last longer than a year lol.

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