Gordon Moore, the mind behind Moore's Law, predicts his law of doubling processor transistors every two years will be proven wrong in about 10 years. Apparently, there's only so much room on a processor and so small you can make a transistor before you run out of space. [I4U]
@P_KALA: "now with fewer grammatical errors" Processors of today are flat and dimensionally challenged because of it. This should be factored in to the law, because once a limit is reached just add another dimension. You know that scientists are already trying this approach. This is how your brain works: 3 dimensions of data storage. It's the answer to our dilemma: Holographic storage baby!