And, you know, this is interesting sort of moment where US-China tensions and the CHIPS Act and the US trying to prevent China from getting access to these chips. You can see from basically selling these most advanced chips to to China. And this is interesting parallel in history, which is that earlier, before World War 2, oil was the kind of thing that that drove the world industrial economy. And the US had actually.

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