Who invented the Microchip?!!

The structure of a computer circuit was modeled after the neuron because it also gives off a positive or negative charge.

This is because circuits carry electricity. In electronics, a positive or negative charge is usually referred to as an “Or and Off” state. There are several ways to express this. The circuit can be expressed as being on by a (+) symbol, or off by a (-) symbol.

Electric current is alternated between the two states, to give the circuit its “signal” or command.

This is similar how a neuron does the same thing for the human brain and body, but unlike a neuron–the circuitry of a microchip is complicated and bulky -despite its size.

The brain has billions of neurons, meaning an incredible miniaturization job of nano-byte proportion would be necessary before a “self-conscious” computer became a reality, based on the microchip.

Most of the public suspected there had been an advancement in this field of science since the 1950’s, but no one had any idea what an incredible job had been done with the atomization of circuitry.

Only people who worked in the industry suspected, especially after the commercial release of the microchip (integrated circuit) in 1971.

Before the internet no one had ever claimed ownership to the microchip, the single greatest advancement in human technology since the lightbulb.

You would think that someone would have, considering how much money has been made since computers started using them. 

Nothing we used before could have led to its creation. The vacuum tubes and transistors were as far as we could take our computing. We have had more advancements in the past 100 years, then all the other centuries combined.   

And way before computers became a household item (because of Windows 95), the commercial chip at that time, was the size of a fingernail, but delivered the same computing power as the first (publicly acknowledged) electronic computer built in 1946, which filled an entire room.

The digital age actually started much earlier, when the microwaves emitted from the radar towers of a military base, affected the navigation system of not one, but two alien ships during a storm flying in tandem, causing a collision with each other.

When the debris was collected the microchip was “invented.” 

Somewhere near the mid 50’s, the Department of Defense began planning who they wanted from the Private Sector access to the metalloid based circuitry designs, that no one had ever seen before.

The miniaturization of our electronics, at that time was the lack the resources to accomplish it. But they had the talent.

At the top of the list were two known companies, in this area; IBN and Texarkana Instruments (TI), who had already shown an eagerness to completely move away from transistor technology and over to something else entirely. 

And nothing on this planet even came close to what we commonly refer to today as the “integrated circuit.

So, the best people were contacted, and hired to work at an existing company where a Black Budget Project had already been firmly established.

Army R&D would give them the documents detailing how specific metalloids within the carbon group, could provide a newer better technology.

And under the oversight of the Army these private contractors, modified an existing design to be used for commercial applications. Their innovative concepts led to the development of our supercomputers, the internet, fiber optics, cell-phones, satellites, smart weapons and armor. All of which came directly from alien technology.  

But not even microprocessors that were atomized, were going to be able to recreate the electrical impulses of the human brain.

 

From the novel Stanged by Jason Kondrath

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