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Scientists Hail Majorana Miracle

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April 26, 2012
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Newly discovered Majorana particles are scientists' best chance to create subatomic supercomputers that could store as many pieces of information as there are particles in the universe. The discovery was made by researchers in the Netherlands who say it could be applied to make today's computer technology obsolete.


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