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Data stored at the atomic level with super-high density

Data stored at the atomic level with super-high density Researchers from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands have devised a way to store data on the atomic scale by manipulating single atoms.The density of the proof-of-concept atomic storage created for the study is 500 terabytes per square inch.

Superfluid accelerates in the wrong direction when you push it

Superfluid accelerates in the wrong direction when you push it That means that when you push it, it doesn’t accelerate in that direction, but rather accelerates backward instead.You’re unlikely, for instance, to immediately get a superfluid desk toy that resists efforts to move in the direction you push it.

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Quantum Computer Cross a New Threshold

Quantum Computer Cross a New Threshold There’s been a lot of bluster surrounding quantum computers.Some say that they’re the next major step in computing, while others are more reserved about their practical applications.