In article <VmE_3.16949$1C4.163389 at news1.online.no>,
patrik bagge <patrik-b at online.no> wrote:
>All sciences so far have boiled down to something
>useful or deadly, it's not _a_ science if it does not
>, just another fantasy of mind...
Do transistors work without QM? I've never been quite clear
on this. Perhaps they do. In ehich case, I then ask: does QM play
a role in getting good yields on high density chips?
I'd be rather surprised to find that QM didn't run up
SOMEWHERE in the path from sand to 21264s.