Semiconductor Chip Shortage: Real reason / Big coincidence??!

Kaidyeg

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Hi guys,
It’s my first time posting here but hear me outz
I’m guessing everyone here by now has heard about the shortage of semiconductor microchip.
For those who doesn’t know what that is, it’s a chip that’s basically in anything electronic, your phone, your mic, your lampshade, your lightbulb, I mean if Alexa can turn it on/off, then theres a chip in there.
Ok back to the point. Did anyone else notice that the shortage of chip started when the covid vaccines were being made??!? Let’s also not ignore the fact that these semiconductor chips are smaller than human hair! How small? It’s 1/10,000 smaller than a human hair strand!
I try to think of the reason as to why there would be such shortage because these chips are made from sand to be silicon. Come to think of it, it’s not a very hard process and i know there’s been shipping delays due to the delays when the pandemic was just starting, but why is it that until now there’s still a shortage? And critics say shortage could last until 2023?? Probably because that’s when everyone has gotten their vaccine eh?
to conclude, I’ve pretty much convince myself that the shortage is due to the fact that it’s being used in the vaccine.There’s billions of people on the earth who needs to be vaccinated within a year or two (till 2023) and these semiconductor chips would be resumed coincidentally in 2023.
Mind blown.
Just wanted to share this because i had to get it out of my head. Thoughts anyone?
 






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floss

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I mean if Alexa can turn it on/off, then theres a chip in there.
This might be a Freudian slip here! If the vaccines contained these chips/nanobots, what the hell are they turning on or off inside your body (via 5G?) Are they creating some type of humanoid soldier? Thanks for the OP.
 






Lil axe

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^ possibly the ability to turn on and off, is with regards to your currency that is created through activity
rewards
 






Karlysymon

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Hi guys,
It’s my first time posting here but hear me outz
I’m guessing everyone here by now has heard about the shortage of semiconductor microchip.
For those who doesn’t know what that is, it’s a chip that’s basically in anything electronic, your phone, your mic, your lampshade, your lightbulb, I mean if Alexa can turn it on/off, then theres a chip in there.
Ok back to the point. Did anyone else notice that the shortage of chip started when the covid vaccines were being made??!? Let’s also not ignore the fact that these semiconductor chips are smaller than human hair! How small? It’s 1/10,000 smaller than a human hair strand!
I try to think of the reason as to why there would be such shortage because these chips are made from sand to be silicon. Come to think of it, it’s not a very hard process and i know there’s been shipping delays due to the delays when the pandemic was just starting, but why is it that until now there’s still a shortage? And critics say shortage could last until 2023?? Probably because that’s when everyone has gotten their vaccine eh?
to conclude, I’ve pretty much convince myself that the shortage is due to the fact that it’s being used in the vaccine.There’s about billions of people on the earth who needs to be vaccinated within a year or two (till 2023) and these semiconductor chips would be resumed coincidentally in 2023.
Mind blown.
Just wanted to share this because i had to get it out of my head. Thoughts anyone?
Very interesting!

Iam very curious though...how did you find out about this semi-conductor shortage?
 






Kaidyeg

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This might be a Freudian slip here! If the vaccines contained these chips/nanobots, what the hell are they turning on or off inside your body (via 5G?) Are they creating some type of humanoid soldier? Thanks for the OP.
yes! Noticed that cellular companies or internet service providers are in a race to creating 5G or 6g already!
 






Kaidyeg

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Very interesting!

Iam very curious though...how did you find out about this semi-conductor shortage?
This has been on the news so many times! What’s worse is they sometimes even report the news or “vaccine” and “semiconductor chip shortage” one after another. It’s so blatant yet people can’t seem to connect the dots :(
 






Mr.Anderson

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I've been warning about these shortages since january 2020, I have recored proof but its in portuguese.

It has more to do with infrastructure problems than anything else. Dealing with silicon chips or processors require a incredible clean envyroment, wich takes people and isopropyl alcohol among other products.
 






Maldarker

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Very interesting!

Iam very curious though...how did you find out about this semi-conductor shortage?
I can. i work in a repair shop "computer specialist by trade" chips of any sort for cars to computers no good. 1) Huge shortage blame everything being produce in china 2) shortage caused by covid aka supply chain & customs issues 3) spike in mining for cryptos. This is just a couple of the reasons.
 






Awoken2

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Hi guys,
It’s my first time posting here but hear me outz
I’m guessing everyone here by now has heard about the shortage of semiconductor microchip.
For those who doesn’t know what that is, it’s a chip that’s basically in anything electronic, your phone, your mic, your lampshade, your lightbulb, I mean if Alexa can turn it on/off, then theres a chip in there.
Ok back to the point. Did anyone else notice that the shortage of chip started when the covid vaccines were being made??!? Let’s also not ignore the fact that these semiconductor chips are smaller than human hair! How small? It’s 1/10,000 smaller than a human hair strand!
I try to think of the reason as to why there would be such shortage because these chips are made from sand to be silicon. Come to think of it, it’s not a very hard process and i know there’s been shipping delays due to the delays when the pandemic was just starting, but why is it that until now there’s still a shortage? And critics say shortage could last until 2023?? Probably because that’s when everyone has gotten their vaccine eh?
to conclude, I’ve pretty much convince myself that the shortage is due to the fact that it’s being used in the vaccine.There’s about billions of people on the earth who needs to be vaccinated within a year or two (till 2023) and these semiconductor chips would be resumed coincidentally in 2023.
Mind blown.
Just wanted to share this because i had to get it out of my head. Thoughts anyone?
Here is another possibility. There will be, at some time in the not too distant future, an EMP event that will frazzle all electrical components beyond repair. Nature will again be blamed and in this instance would be due to solar flares.

Just another possibility why this commodity has now all been bought up.


In this instance semiconductors would become the new currency.
 






Maldarker

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Here is another possibility. There will be, at some time in the not too distant future, an EMP event that will frazzle all electrical components beyond repair. Nature will again be blamed and in this instance would be due to solar flares.

Just another possibility why this commodity has now all been bought up.


In this instance semiconductors would become the new currency.
You need more then just chips if this happens. I don't think this is the reason.
 






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You need more then just chips if this happens. I don't think this is the reason.
An EMP attack to disable a countries infrastructure which could be blamed on a natural phenomenon would be the perfect weapon though wouldn't it?

That's why Trump was crowing about "controlling space" with his space force announcement last year.

It's important not to forget. Psychopaths are running things, anything could happen.

It's a possibility as I said.
 






Maldarker

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An EMP attack to disable a countries infrastructure which could be blamed on a natural phenomenon would be the perfect weapon though wouldn't it?

That's why Trump was crowing about "controlling space" with his space force announcement last year.

It's important not to forget. Psychopaths are running things, anything could happen.

It's a possibility as I said.
Ugh sure...but that isn't all you would need to get back up and running. Hope you know how to solder a board is all i'm saying. THIS IS NOT THE REASON you are seeing chip shortages.
 






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Just got off the phone with a supplier (air conditioning equipment) and I also will confirm. I’ve been having difficulty with equipment availability and just called to check on something else and was told that they are not sure have to get back to me because everything’s in short supply because of the global chip and resin shortage. Last week three orders came in late or defective. This week I might not be able to order at all. And the prices when it is available are sky high.
 






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This is set to replace the flawed PCR test using Crispr technology.
CRISPR-SNP-Chip: Electronic Measurements of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms Without DNA Amplification

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cardea Bio, a Tech+Bio company integrating molecular biology with semiconductors electronics via graphene-based biology-gated Cardean Transistors, announced today that its Chief Science Officer, Dr. Kiana Aran, and collaborators published a paper entitled “Discrimination of single-point mutations in unamplified genomic DNA via Cas9 immobilized on a graphene field-effect transistor” in Nature Biomedical Engineering on April 5th 2021. The paper reports a new version of the Cardean CRISPR-Chip called SNP-Chip that can rapidly detect and quantify single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), or point mutations, in unamplified, genomic DNA, and it demonstrates the platform’s potential to streamline genetic testing for diagnostic and research purposes.

The SNP-Chip is a CRISPR-powered system that runs on Cardean Transistors. It uses the natural search power of CRISPR via reprogrammable gRNAs and CAS enzyme orthologues to detect target SNPs and rapidly return results on a screen. In contrast with other genetic tests methods like PCR and sequencing, which require much more time and a well-equipped lab with highly trained technical staff to execute complex sample prep and measuring processes, the SNP-Chip needs only a minimally processed sample (e.g., from blood, saliva or plant material), to work. As such, SNP-Chip is the first SNP detection method that does not suffer from the problems and bottlenecks caused by DNA amplification, nor does it require expensive optical detection instruments.
 






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An EMP attack to disable a countries infrastructure which could be blamed on a natural phenomenon would be the perfect weapon though wouldn't it?

That's why Trump was crowing about "controlling space" with his space force announcement last year.

It's important not to forget. Psychopaths are running things, anything could happen.

It's a possibility as I said.
Space force has only been up and running 18 months and already they have found adversaries up there like Russia and China which justifies spending countless billions of dollars to keep America safe.

Haven't we heard this shit too many times now?

Isn't that logo off Startrek?
 






Maldarker

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Space force has only been up and running 18 months and already they have found adversaries up there like Russia and China which justifies spending countless billions of dollars to keep America safe.

Haven't we heard this shit too many times now?

Isn't that logo off Startrek?
Yeah kind of is LOL
 






monkeylove

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Hi guys,
It’s my first time posting here but hear me outz
I’m guessing everyone here by now has heard about the shortage of semiconductor microchip.
For those who doesn’t know what that is, it’s a chip that’s basically in anything electronic, your phone, your mic, your lampshade, your lightbulb, I mean if Alexa can turn it on/off, then theres a chip in there.
Ok back to the point. Did anyone else notice that the shortage of chip started when the covid vaccines were being made??!? Let’s also not ignore the fact that these semiconductor chips are smaller than human hair! How small? It’s 1/10,000 smaller than a human hair strand!
I try to think of the reason as to why there would be such shortage because these chips are made from sand to be silicon. Come to think of it, it’s not a very hard process and i know there’s been shipping delays due to the delays when the pandemic was just starting, but why is it that until now there’s still a shortage? And critics say shortage could last until 2023?? Probably because that’s when everyone has gotten their vaccine eh?
to conclude, I’ve pretty much convince myself that the shortage is due to the fact that it’s being used in the vaccine.There’s billions of people on the earth who needs to be vaccinated within a year or two (till 2023) and these semiconductor chips would be resumed coincidentally in 2023.
Mind blown.
Just wanted to share this because i had to get it out of my head. Thoughts anyone?
Every town and city worldwide has a limited amount of goods (e.g., fuel, medicine, food, etc., around a week's worth) because of "economic order quantities," or the right amount to stock in order to cut down on costs (inventory, money locked up in that, etc.). The same goes for businesses, including factories. That means materials and goods have to keep moving from port to factory, from factory to warehouse, from warehouse to store, etc., continuously, to keep costs low. That also means the price of fuel has to be kept low. Finally, many things, like semiconductor chips, are not only used in many products but involve dozens of countries providing minerals, labor, etc., in a web of supply chains spanning tens of thousands of miles.

That means when there's some disruption (like people not going to work because of a pandemic, or floods damaging factories in cities that produce a fourth of hard drives worldwide) then shortages take place and cascade across those supply chains.

As things get worse worldwide (e.g., natural disasters from droughts to floods, epidemics and pandemics, war, shortages in oil and other resources), then more supply disruptions will take place.
 






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