[ExI] world's smallest movie
eugen at leitl.org
Thu May 2 16:44:39 UTC 2013
On Wed, May 01, 2013 at 11:27:00PM -0600, Kelly Anderson wrote:
> Thanks. That is very cool stuff. 260 degrees C below zero... 12 atoms per
> bit of storage essentially. Nice.
This is carbon monoxide on copper, and if you count in everything then
unfortunately your bit density/volume is really lousy.
Compare that to http://what-if.xkcd.com/31/
I doubt you can squeeze more than 1 bit/nm^3 in a 3d
lattice of addressable sites. That gives you around 10^21 bits/cm^3.
That's the kind of density you need for Avogardo scale computing
(somewhere between 1 mole bits/liter or at least 1 m^3,
or about one 19" rack, if one still thinks in ancient units).
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