Molecular Computers?

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    Molecular Computers?

    I think it is HP that is making molecular computers. It works using "molecule binary". This is when a molecule can be in 1 of 2 states.

    1= OooO
    0=oOOo

    Something like this could make very small computers and also enough storage for......a LOT of stuff. Radioactivity might not be such a good idea around a molecular computer though...xD

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    I don't see a major shift happening in computer technology such as that one for a very long time.

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    But they are already researching it. It won't be mainstream for maybe....5 years...

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