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Approach chip design Light Speed

Ken Kovacs

Words about how too produce any future products in America through a future NASA program. The material is carbon based. Working with mechanical carbon nanttubes which, are nanometer sized rollup sheets of graphene. Electroical currents are done with physists of North Eastern University in Bosto, Ma.

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