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zerostatereflex:


Zoom into a microchip
it is absolutely crazy how tiny we can make things today.
what we’re seeing here is a standard microchip, older though in principle the same as modern cell phone chip.
at the micro level we’re dealing with this comparison: "a micron is 1 millionth of a meter, 10-6 or 10-3 of a millimeter. very tiny. it is abbreviated with the greek letter for m, or the mu."it takes 100,000 microns to equal about 4 inches and toward the end of the set we’re in the 1 micron range.
zerostatereflex:


Zoom into a microchip
it is absolutely crazy how tiny we can make things today.
what we’re seeing here is a standard microchip, older though in principle the same as modern cell phone chip.
at the micro level we’re dealing with this comparison: "a micron is 1 millionth of a meter, 10-6 or 10-3 of a millimeter. very tiny. it is abbreviated with the greek letter for m, or the mu."it takes 100,000 microns to equal about 4 inches and toward the end of the set we’re in the 1 micron range.
zerostatereflex:


Zoom into a microchip
it is absolutely crazy how tiny we can make things today.
what we’re seeing here is a standard microchip, older though in principle the same as modern cell phone chip.
at the micro level we’re dealing with this comparison: "a micron is 1 millionth of a meter, 10-6 or 10-3 of a millimeter. very tiny. it is abbreviated with the greek letter for m, or the mu."it takes 100,000 microns to equal about 4 inches and toward the end of the set we’re in the 1 micron range.
zerostatereflex:


Zoom into a microchip
it is absolutely crazy how tiny we can make things today.
what we’re seeing here is a standard microchip, older though in principle the same as modern cell phone chip.
at the micro level we’re dealing with this comparison: "a micron is 1 millionth of a meter, 10-6 or 10-3 of a millimeter. very tiny. it is abbreviated with the greek letter for m, or the mu."it takes 100,000 microns to equal about 4 inches and toward the end of the set we’re in the 1 micron range.

zerostatereflex:

Zoom Into a Microchip

It is absolutely crazy how tiny we can make things today.

What we’re seeing here is a standard microchip, older though in principle the same as modern cell phone chip.

At the micro level we’re dealing with this comparison:

"A micron is 1 millionth of a meter, 10-6 or 10-3 of a millimeter. Very tiny. It is abbreviated with the greek letter for M, or the mu."

It takes 100,000 Microns to equal about 4 inches and toward the end of the set we’re in the 1 micron range.

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