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Thread: Graphene is now mass producible

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    I am certain silver historical relics and art pieces will hold their value just fine... Even if industrial use vanishes. Does the monetary element ever completely go away. Copper and nickel are still thought of as monetary metals .
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    Quote Originally Posted by warrenbuffettsr View Post

    Silicon was immensely useful in the computing revolution. Doesn't mean you had to stack Silicon.

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    Here is how I stack silicon.


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