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[escepticos] 50 annos del transistor



Uno de los primeros logros de la colaboracion entre extraterrestres y
humanos, a partir del asunto de Roswell, como insinuaron personas de la
talla intelectual del inclito Javier Sierra, el transistor, cumple 50 annos.
Hay quien ya ha comenzado la celebracion:
http://www.lucent.com/liveson/
aunque por lo que se ve, no se han enterado de la verdadera verdad de su
origen, porque siguen afirmando:
"The history of the transistor begins with the dramatic scientific
discoveries of the 1800ís-scientists like Maxwell, Hertz, Faraday, and
Edison made it possible to control electricity for human use.  Inventors
like Braun, Marconi, Fleming, and DeForest applied this knowledge in the
development of useful electrical devices like radio.
Their work set the stage for the Bell Labs scientists whose challenge was to
use this knowledge to make practical and useful electronic devices for
communicating.  Teams of Bell Labs scientists worked together and invented
the information age.
Three of the physicists working on the investigation team were John Bardeen,
Walter Brattain, and William Shockley.  Combining their expertise, they
conducted experiments with a semiconductor--germanium--a grayish white
element with brilliant metallic luster and a crystalline structure with a
diamond pattern.
They discovered the transistor effect and developed the first device in
December 1947, while three were members of the technical staff at Bell Labs
in Murray Hill, NJ.  They were awarded the Nobel Prize in physics in 1956."
Por que siguen ocultando que estos fisicos estaban dentro del contubernio
mas contubernioso de la epoca? Ay! si es que se creen que aqui nos chupamos
el dedo! Menos mal que grandes divulgadores como Javier Sierra nos
advirtieron de sus manejos...

:-)

Independientemente de todo... la pagina merece la pena!

jav
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