"Have you ever met a CEO of a big company like IBM?? lol I have...they are not some magical beings you know, they are often wrong too..." :applause: way to once again, totally ignore the logic behind the reasoning, by telling me you have met CEO's before. lol, lame. If I could refer to the people I know every time I had an argument here, it would be a cop out for me. Why don't you check out the data and the logic, rather than you acquaintances with CEOs LIKE IBM. At least I put an honest attempt at learning the subjects we discuss, rather than saying "Aww my dad said this, and my uncle is that guy." "We double the number of gates on a chip or half its size...but what do we do about power?? how does Moore's law affect power and heat Mr. Genius??" Power as in energy? Exponential growth applies to solar power as well. And doubling computing chip capabilities IS computing power. Heat? Like heating a house? What is your question? "Moore's law isnt something magical....we've had areoplanes for hundred years why are they not that far advanced??" What are you fucking serious? "We got kids in Africa that have access to automobiles their grandparents couldnt dream of...so?? what has that done for them?? Sure he has a phone and access to information but how does that make him any smarter or well adjusted or any less starving coz the rain hasnt come??" So?! Because Africa is not a wealthy nation, none of these things matter? I'd like to see you try to take away their phones and cars. Better yet, I would like to see you live without them yourself. Then tell me it doesn't matter. Mobile Health in Africa: What Can We Learn? "Your a fucking idiot on all counts..." You just said - Mobile phones are not a big deal in Africa - The airplane has not changed significantly - You have stated your acquaintances with CEO's to try to justify the idea that tech growth is incredulous, when there is no company like IBM. No sir, your are the idiot. This round belongs to me.