LOL If you can't handle the heat, get out of the kitchen! A top scientist can't take some scrutiny? I don't think so. I'm a nicer guy than he is; I'm nice enough to play around with your stupid "what if everything fails" questions, aren't I? You'd be bathing in swear words by now if you tried debating him like this instead of asking him like he's a guru LOLSo you admit you baiting him on purpose.
You are not a good guy. You selectively bait him on some off topics not engaging him on main topic.
Don't know where I got pumped up, don't know what it means to fail and doesn't matter what I can handle. I never said China would fail in the long run; I said this could be a setback for as long as SMEE doesn't get its machines up and going.If you say you can handle China fails why you so pumped up whenever someone got some negative view or doubts.
What's this a reply to? You can't even properly quote me like I'm quoting you. You couldn't ever corner a debater like me. Infinite, "what if that fails?" is not debate; that's trolling.I dont think so. You said now because you got cornered.
Nobody used it because foreign designs were available. SMEE didn't have the funding or incentive to succeed. Now that that's out of the equation, it's full steam ahead for SMEE like never before. What is your field? Are you educated to evaluate the probability of success for SMEE?SMEE has no track record, its chance of success is slim, dont bet on them. Its previous 90nm lithography equipment no one use them.
So if I find you a Chinese source with the EUV buzzword, then what?Depend on priority. China was prioritizing investment on 5g, ai, and big data. Probably chinese officials dont even know EUV otherwise they would use that buzzword.