- Mar 1, 2013--- In CostaRicaLiving@yahoogroups.com, Jim Cottone <jim@...> wrote:
>Actually, all REAL bytes were originally manufactured at the Gleem factory in Hoboken, NJ, using German machinery. The process is very labor intensive so the process was recently moved to China's Honshu Province. There, the labor is more suitable and the raw materials (sand) is available in abundance. The process also requires huge resources of dihydrogen monoxide which is taken from mountain ranges in the region.
> They are not actually "fabricated or made",
So, the bundles of bits, held together as bytes by hyper-quarkian forces (akin to the magnetic thermos of nuclear fusion) might even become obsolete soon as scientists are working on swallowing all of this and calling the results "gulps."
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