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PDF Editor FAQ

Is there a more elegant way to arrange the elements of the Periodic Table?

The epicylindrical periodic table connects all adjacent elements to each other in 3-D space. At this angle, you can see the s, p, d and f orbital loops clearly.You can search for this online and download a printable image to assemble your own. This 2018 updated version has a reverse image on the back side of the paper. The online version from years ago does not. And it has a different color scheme than this one.The elements are cylindrical because the “twist” is entirely confined to the inner “s” cylinder, which leaves the p, d and f cylinders orthogonal.

Why do we not make processors dies bigger?

The other answers are spot on. Bigger die effectively decreases the yield per wafer.Bigger die cost disproportionally more. Little processors cost $10’s, desktop CPU’s costs $100’s and server CPU’s cost $1,000’s and you can be certain the die size difference between these classes is much less than 10x.The other reason is there is a physical limit to the printable area known as the reticle field. This is a limitation of the lithography equipment used to make the chips. The largest die sizes that can be printed are roughly 24mm x 34mm. That’s a bit over 800mm^2.Some of the largest die commercially produced are/were IBM Power8, Nvidia GPUs, and Intel Itanium. I think Itanium wins at 700mm^2.I have no idea what the top of the line Itanium CPU sold for, but I’d guess in the $10,000 range. Does anyone have any data on that?

How did English lose the informal "thou?"

French has two words translating to “you”: tu and vous. English nowadays only has one word for “you”, but many other languages have a separate “you” for talking to one person (singular “you”) and for talking to many people (plural “you”); grammatically, tu is for addressing one person, and vous for more than one.They serve a function more complicated than that, though: vous can be used to talk to one person in a formal setting, so you’d say Avez-vous faim? if you wanted to know if your boss was hungry, but Tu as faim? if you were asking your friend.The distinction between informal and formal “you”s is common in European languages: German du and Sie, Italian tu and Lei, and Spanish tu and vosotros/Usted(es). In linguistics, it’s known as a tu-vous distinction (almost always abbreviated as T/V).English used to have this distinction too: thou was equivalent to tu, and ye was equivalent to vous; the distinction probably borrowed from French. “Thou” comes from the Proto-Indo-European *túh₂ (“you” (sing.)), which is also the source of not only Latin tu, but also Ancient Greek σύ sú and Sanskrit त्वम् tvám (and thus Hindi तू tū).“Thou” began its exit from the English language during the Middle English period. In the T/V system, “ye” (object form: “you”) was used to refer to a person of higher social status, and later grew to refer to an equal.As it was pushed to lesser and lesser usage, “thou” became “politely ambiguous”, and it was safer to use “ye” when in doubt. Eventually, its use decreased to such a degree that it was dropped entirely from most dialects (though it’s still used in some British varieties of the language.)“Ye” was generally usurped by its object form “you”, and the rest was pronoun history.A completely unrelated use of “ye” is found on pub signs, eg. “Ye Olde Pub”.Old and Middle Englishes had six letters no longer found in the English alphabet; one of them was Þ, called thorn, and represented the “th” sound. A pub from the time might’ve been called “Þe Olde Pub”.When the printing press came along from Germany, it included only German letters in the type. In order to make English printable, some adjustments had to be made. One of these adjustments was replacing Þ with “th”.However, when handwritten, Þ looks a lot like a Y - so much so that a dot was often placed over it to distinguish it from Y. While it never caught on, Þ was sometimes replaced with Y, so “Þe Olde Pub” became “Ye Olde”, even though there had never actually been a “y” sound there.

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