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Moore’s Law is Collapsing… Or is it?

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Eloïse
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10/12/2016 4:40:54 AM
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Thank you for this article very rewarding and friendly!


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10/12/2016 2:05:59 PM
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Yes, thank you for this great post!

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10/13/2016 4:19:39 PM
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Thanks a lot for this great article !

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10/17/2016 5:58:01 AM
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Thank you for sharing such a useful information here in the blog.

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10/19/2016 2:46:46 PM
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Super! Interesting thought, I really enjoyed reading.

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10/20/2016 4:49:11 AM
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good job guys, thanks for the useful and interesting information!

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Nice :)

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9/18/2018 11:00:24 PM
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We would always need at least some experience and knowledge before we can truly know whether or not our opinions are based on a solid foundation or otherwise. It would just be some baseless assumptions that could completely make things get out of hand if we were to perceive a situation out of solely opinions alone. It would be better for us to wait awhile longer to see if we can improve our statement to be supported by real info. It would not be worthless and might also be useful in some way.

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11/28/2018 8:33:05 AM
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