Sarah finds herself in a business transaction with a mysterious business man named Sarkissian, who claims to be in possession of the stolen Turk computer system and wants an exorbitant amount of money for it. Cromartie closes in on John at his school, and Cameron thinks of a way to throw him off John's trail. Derek recalls his childhood before the so-called Judgement Day in 2011, when a nuclear war triggered by Skynet will destroy the world. Agent Ellison finally discovers that the terminator Cromartie is impersonating an FBI agent, and makes arrangements to apprehend him. Written by
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John explains Moore's Law to Derek: "The guy who found it at Intel said that every two years [the] number of transistors on a computer chip doubles. Thirty years ago it was an observation, now it is a law." Intel co-founder Gordon E. Moore first observed that transistor counts had doubled *every* year in a 1965 paper - that's *forty-three* years before the events in this episode. The term "Moore's law" was coined around 1970, *thirty-eight* years before the events in this episode. Only in 1975 did Moore alter his projection to a doubling the number of transistors every two years. That's closer to the 30 years John says, but by that time it was no longer "an observation". See more
[caption: April 21, 2011 - Judgment Day
[two kids are playing baseball
When John was little, he used to sleep with his hand under my chin. At night I'd lay awake watching him, calm, peaceful, happy. I wanted to freeze time, and let my son live in that moment forever.
[younger boy misses the ball with his bat
But you can't freeze time. You can't protect your children from the future that awaits them.
Kyle at 8
Batting's hard, Derek!
Derek at 15
You're doing great, Kyle, just ...
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (End Credits)
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