Live From CES: Atom Photo Swirl


Gizmodo Noah is at the Atom booth right now and getting some good shots. This guy has been showing up at CES for years now dumping all sorts of super-ninja PC components and has never let anyone—at least anyone he hasn't paid—touch his toys to validate his claims. I'm calling bullshit. Above: Inventor Dr. Shimon shakes hands with an invisible quantum dwarf.

Live From CES: Atom Photo Swirl

UPDATE - Oh, I'm sorry. I just discovered THIS!

UPDATE 2 - Dr. Gendlin laid his patent numbers one me, and guess what? They exist—and even bear the titles he named.
Memory material and method of its manufacture
Non-volatile record carrier with magnetic quantum-optical reading effect and method for its manufacture
Thin film composite having ferromagnetic and piezoelectric properties comprising a layer of Pb-Cd-Fe and a layer of Cr-Zn-(Te or Tl)
Method of manufacturing a non-volatile random accessible memory device
Memory material and method for its manufacture

Plus, he showed me photographs from 2003 of his chip manufacturing plant, CompuTechnics, based in Malaysia. There were photos of the good doctor surrounded by Malaysians in white clean room outfits, and one of him cutting the ribbon on a clean room shower. He claims the Israeli government is backing him to open a $3.5 billion chip manufacturing plant in Singapore this March.

Another award in the cabinet that I couldn't figure out turned out to be an Archimedes medal from Russia.

Live From CES: Atom Photo Swirl

Live From CES: Atom Photo Swirl

Live From CES: Atom Photo Swirl

Live From CES: Atom Photo Swirl

Live From CES: Atom Photo Swirl

Live From CES: Atom Photo Swirl