The Transistor: a 1953 documentary, anticipating its coming impact on technology technology documentary

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Made between the 1947 invention of the transistor at Bell Labs and the 1956 awarding of the Nobel Prize for Physics to its creators, this documentary is less …

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25 comments

Chris Cracknell 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

Truly a documentary actually understating the potential of what it is talking about.

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tee gee 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

Was this narrated by Ronald Reagan???

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Magnus Wootton 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

the transistor is the biggest piece of shit ever invented, ill never use one.

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tron3entertainment 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

Imagine how many transistors it took to play this video on YouTube. 🤯

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ishdx 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

this aged so well

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Ctwentysevenj 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

Probably the two most important inventions of the 20th century was the vacuum tube (Thermonic valve) in 1906 which led to modern electronics like radio, television, radar and the earliest electronic computers. Then in 1947 the transistors which led to the amazing technology we have today. The diode tube invented in 1903.

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Peter Andrews 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

If it weren't for this invention.. most of us probably wouldn't be here.

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Jimbo S 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

Tiny, you should see what the eggheads have invented now!

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Jerome Schwartz 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

One of my college professors, late 70's, taught us about tubes. He said "Tubes are transistors with lights inside to the electrons can see where they are going."
One of my part time jobs was selling tubes in an electronics store.

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Sunset Rider 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

FALLOUT

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Muonium 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

What the hell happened to this channel?? 5-10 years ago it was an amazing repository of obscure and fascinating old documentaries like this, now it's a garbage heap of lame Zoom meetings no one wants to watch. Someone over there at AT&T needs to get their s together and return their youtube channel to its former glory.

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Pip Squek 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

Video entertainment

Shows a microwave

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James Slick 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

7:57 Nails it by saying VIDEO entertainment!

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James Slick 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

3:34 And then MICROWAVES to speed "Hot Pockets" coast to coast – I am Only HALF joking! Your microwave oven uses a vacuum tube. ("magnetron")

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James Slick 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

The way DeForest's Audion tube functioned is why our British mates call such tubes, "valves" – Very descriptive of the function! 👍😊👍

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derpnerpwerp 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

How did Bell Labs end up where it's at today? The basically invented everything.. they should be worth more than google.. they are owned by Nokia now

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KissMyAxe 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

The fact I'm watching this on a smartphone really puts into perspective how far we've come. Some people might think that humans are dumb, but in reality, humans are fucking genius. Considering this was only 70 years ago give or take.

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sweatshopjesus 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

This is the water and this is the well, drink full and descend. The horse is the white of the eye and dark within. Gotta light?

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S R 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

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John Horter 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

1953: Transistors opening up new possibilities for computing, communications, and entertainment. 2021: Targeted ads, spying, malware, computer hackers.

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Michael Crumpton 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

"Microwave radio relays to help speed hundreds of telephone calls as well as television programs from coast to coast"
Wow, hundreds of calls, imagine that!

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MrRathel 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

See at 07:45 the father of modern iwatch

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J Linky 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

Even housewives back in the day with little interest in this sort of stuff could listen and intelligibly relate the details of what they learned by watching. Whoda thunk America was destined to produce the world's biggest collection of dumbasses decades later?

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Blackie Black 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

Remember why they have to tell you you're privileged, and tell your kids that you're evil, and make them hate their grandparents. We are utterly superior in every way, and the 1950s America was the peak of human civilization. Look at what we've given the world. And they repay us with hate.

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Tortinelli 28/09/2021 - 12:16 Sáng

what if in Fallout Series the Transistor was Invented ?

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