# Is it possible to give electronics the advantages of photonics?

R

Jan 1, 1970
0
Hi:

Is it possible to give electronics the advantages of photonics? If so,
how would this be implemented?

Thanks,

J

#### Jan Panteltje

Jan 1, 1970
0
Hi:

Is it possible to give electronics the advantages of photonics? If so,
how would this be implemented?

Thanks,

Possible replies:

1) ($*!^@)&)([email protected]$&!_$!+$(!++!!!!!!
2) piss of
3) no
4) yes
5) give it up, learn electronics.

P

#### Phineas T Puddleduck

Jan 1, 1970
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Hi:

Is it possible to give electronics the advantages of photonics? If so,
how would this be implemented?

Why are you trolling so transparently? Another example of your
intelligence...

--
The greatest enemy of science is pseudoscience.

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Please pay no attention to my butt poking forward, it is expanding.

Relf's Law?
"Bullshit repeated to the limit of infinity asymptotically approaches
the odour of roses."

R

Jan 1, 1970
0
Hi:

Is it possible to give electronics the advantages of photonics? If so,
how would this be implemented?

Thanks,

My question is serious and I would appreciate scientific answers.

J

#### [email protected]

Jan 1, 1970
0
My question is serious and I would appreciate scientific answers.

If you are serious, your question is babbling nonsense and you are a twit.

J

#### jeff

Jan 1, 1970
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My question is serious and I would appreciate scientific answers.

We (tinw) know that, but your question has about as much definition and
structure as a fresh cow pie, and a very similar olfactory hue.
Now go back and define your terms and objectives and once you have them
firmly in mind, re-frame your question.

P

#### Pat B.

Jan 1, 1970
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jeff said:
We (tinw) know that, but your question has about as much definition and
structure as a fresh cow pie, and a very similar olfactory hue.
Now go back and define your terms and objectives and once you have them
firmly in mind, re-frame your question.

Radium is just trying to find a friend. Please would someone volunteer
to be his friend? he is a lonely guy and needs someone to share his
"vision" with him. Maby you should try Match.com and find someone made
JUST FOR YOU!

D

#### [email protected]

Jan 1, 1970
0
jeff said:
We (tinw) know that, but your question has about as much definition and
structure as a fresh cow pie, and a very similar olfactory hue.

Hey! Cow pies have their place! They're basically just the recycling
of grass out of a cow's ass to perpetuate the eternal cycle instead of
us facing the one-way extinction processes most of "civilization" is

Just a minute....

Just a minute.....

Dave, my AE35 Antenna Attitude ConTROLLer has detected that Mr. Relf
was referring to pie you feed to cows, like "Mother Butler's Pies for
Cow and Harmonica". Sheesh, you're so dense.

"Ralphie, that was a MOTHER BUTLER OF A PIE!!!!!!!"

Cybernetic control is now returned to the group's normal endless
discussions.

S

#### Skywise

Jan 1, 1970
0
Hi:

Is it possible to give electronics the advantages of photonics? If so,
how would this be implemented?

Thanks,

[/QUOTE]

I'm not seeing the original posts because supernews blocks
all google messages over 3 crossposts regardless of content,
but....

This guy was sounding familiar so I checked some notes I

Yep, this is:

Dave Balman ([email protected])
Anomaly Magnetism ([email protected])
Charvik ([email protected])
Curious ([email protected])
Lover of SB16's FM synth ([email protected])
Fair_for_all ([email protected])

This guy is the same fellow that was pushing the idea
of a 12" optical disc for psychadelic virtual reality
with a 1hz sampling rate, a 1e12 bit resolution, and
1e12 by 1e12 by 1e12 pixel display.

A real nutter. Yep.

Brian

R

Jan 1, 1970
0
Skywise said:
This guy is the same fellow that was pushing the idea
of a 12" optical disc for psychadelic virtual reality
with a 1hz sampling rate, a 1e12 bit resolution, and
1e12 by 1e12 by 1e12 pixel display.

In addition to the above, the recording laser should be 400nm and

P

#### Phineas T Puddleduck

Jan 1, 1970
0
In addition to the above, the recording laser should be 400nm and

So he's not only an idiot, he has no idea why he is an idiot.

--
The greatest enemy of science is pseudoscience.

Jaffa cakes. Sweet delicious orangey jaffa goodness, and an abject lesson why
parroting information from the web will not teach you cosmology.

Official emperor of sci.physics, head mumbler of the "Cult of INSANE SCIENCE".
Please pay no attention to my butt poking forward, it is expanding.

Relf's Law?
"Bullshit repeated to the limit of infinity asymptotically approaches
the odour of roses."

R

Jan 1, 1970
0
Skywise said:
This guy is the same fellow that was pushing the idea
of a 12" optical disc for psychadelic virtual reality
with a 1hz sampling rate, a 1e12 bit resolution, and
1e12 by 1e12 by 1e12 pixel display.

No, you are wrong. The sample rate should *not* be 1 hz. The bit-rate
should be 1 bit per second. The sample rate should 1/[bit-resolution
(number of pixels)] hz

E

#### Eric Gisse

Jan 1, 1970
0
Hi:

Is it possible to give electronics the advantages of photonics? If so,
how would this be implemented?

When are you going to stop filling newsgroups with your tripe?

J

#### jasen

Jan 1, 1970
0
Is it possible to give electronics the advantages of photonics? If so,
how would this be implemented?

assuming you mean resistance to emi.

balanced pair.
shielded twisted pair.

Bye.
Jasen

J

#### jasen

Jan 1, 1970
0
This guy is the same fellow that was pushing the idea
of a 12" optical disc for psychadelic virtual reality
with a 1hz sampling rate, a 1e12 bit resolution, and
1e12 by 1e12 by 1e12 pixel display.

No, you are wrong. The sample rate should *not* be 1 hz. The bit-rate
should be 1 bit per second. The sample rate should 1/[bit-resolution
(number of pixels)] hz

what a waste of time.

S

#### Skywise

Jan 1, 1970
0
jasen said:
This guy is the same fellow that was pushing the idea
of a 12" optical disc for psychadelic virtual reality
with a 1hz sampling rate, a 1e12 bit resolution, and
1e12 by 1e12 by 1e12 pixel display.

No, you are wrong. The sample rate should *not* be 1 hz. The bit-rate
should be 1 bit per second. The sample rate should 1/[bit-resolution
(number of pixels)] hz

what a waste of time.

Yes, it is. And this dufus didn't pay attention to my post
wherein I stated that I can't see his messages because they
are being blocked by my NSP. Yet, he goes off and replies
anyway. I only know because others reply and quote him.

Brian

R

Jan 1, 1970
0
jasen said:
This guy is the same fellow that was pushing the idea
of a 12" optical disc for psychadelic virtual reality
with a 1hz sampling rate, a 1e12 bit resolution, and
1e12 by 1e12 by 1e12 pixel display.

No, you are wrong. The sample rate should *not* be 1 hz. The bit-rate
should be 1 bit per second. The sample rate should 1/[bit-resolution
(number of pixels)] hz

what a waste of time.

How so?

J

#### [email protected]

Jan 1, 1970
0
jasen said:
Skywise wrote:

This guy is the same fellow that was pushing the idea
of a 12" optical disc for psychadelic virtual reality
with a 1hz sampling rate, a 1e12 bit resolution, and
1e12 by 1e12 by 1e12 pixel display.

No, you are wrong. The sample rate should *not* be 1 hz. The bit-rate
should be 1 bit per second. The sample rate should 1/[bit-resolution
(number of pixels)] hz

what a waste of time.

You are a waste of time. You are a blathering idiot.

B

#### [email protected]

Jan 1, 1970
0
it possible to give electronics the advantages of photonics? If so,
how would this be implemented?

Some, by cooling it to absolute zero. Though this raises other issues.

--Blair

T

Jan 1, 1970
0
Hi:

Is it possible to give electronics the advantages of photonics? If so,
how would this be implemented?

Can you produce massless electrons?

Tom Davidson
Richmond, VA

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