Condensed Matter


Memory's Retention Time and Holography in Two Dimensions

Authors: P. R. Silva

The holographic principle is extended to take in account a two-dimensional spherical universe. Applied to the frontier of the memory device, the working memory retention time is estimated. By considering the surface of the oxygen nucleus, the fusion temporal threshold is calculated. The long term memory duration is also evaluated, by combining the present results with previous ones worked out by this author. Water with its protons and oxygen constituents, plays a fundamental role in accomplishing these tasks.

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[v1] 2015-06-13 20:48:21

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