Let us not over state all this. the process of compaction has now clearly stalled. The long fifty year run up is over as we have run into real fundamental limits.
This will allow a horizontal expansion to mature and there are many elephants in the room. We may well have the necessary tools to create the Holodec. I want to use my cloud cosmology to simulate particle physics and the derived curvature. It this is our true operational limit, then it is no trick to establish a maximum resolution. All this leads to a deeply understood and visualized physics with actual limits we can then test.
In fact it may all be good news until we discover how to create photon processors hung on the architecture of dark matter. Certainly it allows us to identify an achievable scaling factor for all empirical and theoretical work.
We’re not prepared for the end of Moore’s Law
The newest Intel fabrication plant, meant to build chips with minimum feature sizes of 10 nanometers, was much delayed, delivering chips in 2019, five years after the previous generation of chips with 14-nanometer features. Moore’s Law, Leiserson says, was always about the rate of progress, and “we’re no longer on that rate.” Numerous other prominent computer scientists have also declared Moore’s Law dead in recent years. In early 2019, the CEO of the large chipmaker Nvidia agreed.