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Moore’s law

Volkswagen Tiguan 103TDI

In 1965 Gordon E Moore wrote a paper called “Cramming more components onto integrated circuits” in the publication “Electronics Magazine”.

Moore was a co-founder of Intel Corporation and he hypothesized that the number of transistors on integrated circuits would keep doubling every two years.

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Survivor New Zealand

Volkswagen Golf GTI

Unlike Dreamz from Survivor Fiji I’ve decided to come clean and come straight out and admit a mistake.

Internet Survivor addicts saw that the show finished months ago and Dreamz greedily re-negged on his deal with Yau-Man and kept the Ford pickup (sorry if they still haven’t… Read More »

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A gift from the gods

Volkswagen Eos 2.0 TDI

I always knew that a classical education would come in handy one day and that learning Latin wasn’t just about writing scripts. So when VW parked their latest Eos convertible in my driveway I instantly recalled from my ancient history days that Eos was the Greek… Read More »

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Golf driving range

Volkswagen Golf 2.0 TDI Comfortline

As our government refuses to sign the Kyoto Protocol and promises a nuclear future it looks like we’re all facing more global hypercapnia and ionizing radiation.

I personally receive more emails from doctors concerned about the environmental impact of cars than correspondence on any other… Read More »

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    Medical Motoring is an online record of the articles written by Dr Clive Fraser and published in the Australian Medicine magazine by the Australian Medical Association.