Apple Silicon has RAM built-in. It cannot be an ARM64 MacBook.
There is no RAM slot on M1 or M2 MacBook. All the RAM come inside the SOC. There is no way Linus ordering RAM for it.
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> But the 4U example, if we go with AMD and their 64 core CPUs (7702P), they currently draw max ~4.4W per core (from the TDP) compared to Apples cores (firestorm) of ~3.45W.
You have missed the power drawn from chipset, ram and so on in the AMD cores when comparing to M1. Hence you figures missed the reality by miles.
I have to object the phrase "We don't think Titan will escape, because eventually the resonance locking process won't be able to operate, just as you can't pump your legs hard enough to swing around the top of the swing set,” said Fuller.
I had done it a dozens times when I was a child. No, not on a chain one. Here is a video of someone else did it.
That's a brilliant idea. The only problem is, we don't have the technology.
Sure we can make something as bright or even brighter than the sun in term of brightness per unit area. However, even if we cover our whole planet with this light, it has to be 10 thousands brighter than the sun to get the same output as the sun since the sun is 10 thousands bigger in area. And then TNOs receive double brightness. I don't think it really helps. And the for all the energy of humankind has collected the entire human history, cannot light it up for a second. At the current rate of our entire population increasing energy consumption, sustaining it running is not achievable for thousands of years, even if we put all our energy harvested to it.
I am sure we have better ways to do it as well as better use of the energy now or later.