So any research scientists or patent engineers out these in semiconductor land believe this is possible? Sure it is-it is called a nanoptical semiconductor miniaturization technology thorough silicon 3D nano lithographical technology. Moores Law indicates that solar light is very flexible and it can bend and go forward and go and down and curve around that micro gateway and I know it can be done-and I am going to try and design this wonderful device-anybody want to help me as a researcher or whatever? This is going to be lots of fun!
It would have photonic opto-LED flash memory fiber data bandwidth transfer where billions of data bytes can be transferred per second throughout the microprocessor thru the micro gateways by photonic fiber optical nanowire tubes plus there would be a wireless nanoantenna on top of the microprocessor-to receive Bluetooth wi-fi or computer signal frequency web connections-and surrounding the wireless antenna there would be a optical photonic energy solar cell that would provide energy and power to the circuits and microelectronic components-and we could even design microcomponents at even the 0.5 nm and up-wow cool-anyway under 0.5 nm is technically impossible-so who is interested as a free-lance scientist or engineer-plus we could use the new grapheme-germanium coating lithographical material.
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