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IBM Optical Chip Zips Huge Files Using Little Power

superflyguy Re:So that would make it use about... (95 comments)

Actually it's 200*cos^2(60*pi*t+theta) watts as a function of time, assuming a lightbulb is an ideal resistor.

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