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    Otis Boykin, Pioneer of Modern Age

    Major advances in modern computing occurred this week.  First, a new system of memory was announced.  Meanwhile, Google turned 15.


    The scientific community bursted again, arguing humanity is causing climate change.

    “It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.” – Albert Einstein

    Undeterred by infinite contrary evidence, our glorious leaders spend $114 mil on drones; thus continuing a campaign of terror and murder for generations to come.


    All the while, none of these technologies, could exist without a man named Otis Boykin. Boykin pioneered an improved electrical transistor.  Just don’t blame Otis for all the misapplications of his brilliance.  Instead, thank him for the modern age.

    Have a good weekend.

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