~Sub .4-.9nm Semiconductors and/or inverters, ~1nm Transistors and the like. A new design on an old favourite and Moore’s law.

So I couldn’t sleep one night and got to tinkering with some molecular modeling software after researching Moore’s Law and the current size of nm’s of current tech and figured out a configuration that’s—as the title puts it—~sub .4-.9nm across—depending on the build type for semiconductors that with a simple bond arrangement change becomes an inverter.

If I can get anyone interested in it I can show them the models and the get the geometry tested as I don’t think a simple iPad app or a non functioning Avogadro system is doing it for me at the moment.

But the electrostatic orbitals are gorgeous. They’re quite neat. Avogadro can’t do a damned thing though, honestly. The iPad app gave me more information.

I had to come up with a new style of lithography based off current tech to get it down. It’s got a long way to go but I figured out the head system last night I think (or the beginnings of it anyway) and how to spread them out.

If you’re interested in Moore’s Law and can point me towards companies that would be willing to do business with a newbie who’s looking to perfect/patent/ and lease the materials to them let a fella know. I know not being able to release images from this project sucks but I will be able to do that with them once they sign the appropriate documentation.

I also know I have a lot to learn, but I’m so willing to get this done, just for the sheer thrill.
Yours,
-J.

A Friend Overdosed on Heroin a few days ago.

So I made these for one of his memorials my brother is fielding.

Colour Version.
Black on White Version.
White on Black Version.
To make something like this to remember him by.

The reason for making all three is so that if you pick a different colour you’ll have the chance to have the design. Basically so you can put it on both dark or light material and see the image. I personally like the triple version of the piece as it sort of reminds me of him more for some reason. Perhaps it’s the multiplication of things sort of deal; seeing more of someone makes you think of them deeper.

I couldn’t afford to send one to my little brother, who was good friends with this man– but I was able to send him the files to create the shirts for him and his friends, or at least get them print outs somewhere as seat fillers so everyone can remember him fondly.

I have to say he suits that jacket.

Bye man,
Sorry for the short life.
-J.