The movement of Moorish sovereign citizens does not have a unified leadership. Most act as individuals and receive information about Moorish sovereignty online or in paid seminars taught by sovereign gurus. In contrast, groups of Moorish sovereign citizens are usually small, consisting of a few dozen followers, many of whom are nominally led by one or two charismatic individuals who profit from the promotion of Moorish doctrines and the preparation and sale of false legal documents to those who adopt their Moorish nationality or heritage. This is not the first time Moorish leaders have possessed illegal firearms or been involved in clashes with police. A small number of Moors have been implicated in shootings, bank robberies and murders. Moorish leaders believe that their status as members of a sovereign nation confers immunity from federal, state, and local authorities. They use this perceived immunity to justify their refusal to pay taxes, buy car insurance, register their vehicles and scam banks and other credit institutions. Many Moorish rulers also profit from the sale of false registration, licensing, and insurance documents on websites that promote Moorish sovereign beliefs and doctrines. In several cases, this belief in immunity from legal authority has led some Moorish leaders to initiate violent clashes with law enforcement.
Middle English Moren; Similar to Middle Dutch meren, maren to tie, mooring Moorish rulers are often obtained by selling fake legal documents, fraudulent car insurance forms, fake license plates, fake passports, and various other documents. They also save money by engaging in tax evasion or tax evasion schemes. They committed large-scale financial fraud, including the creation of fake money orders, fraudulent bank cheques and fake financial instruments. In some cases, their fraudulent activities are part of a broader sovereign practice called the doctrine of salvation. He explains that the Moors (like all rulers) can incorporate themselves, allowing individuals to use themselves as personal property worth tens of millions of dollars. Moorish sovereign citizens often display an emblem consisting of a scarlet rectangular banner or a flag with a five-pointed green star located to the left of the center. In Moorish legal acts, Moorish sovereign citizens refer to themselves with a series of Africanized names that include the words «bey» or «el» or a combination of both. That same year, Mohamed Atalla and Dawon Kahng invented the MOSFET (metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor), also known as the MOS transistor, at Bell Labs.
 The MOSFET was the first truly compact transistor that could be miniaturized and mass-produced for a variety of applications, with its high scalability and low power consumption, resulting in higher transistor density and enabling the construction of high-density IC chips.  In the early 1960s, Gordon E. Moore realized that the ideal electrical and scaling characteristics of MOSFETs would lead to a rapid increase in integration levels and unprecedented growth in electronic applications.  The number of transistors per chip cannot fully explain quality-adjusted microprocessor prices.    Moore`s 1995 paper does not limit Moore`s law to strict linearity or transistor counting: «The definition of `Moore`s Law` refers to almost everything related to the semiconductor industry that corresponds to a straight line on a semi-logarithmic diagram. I hesitate to check its origins and therefore to refine its definition.  Dennard scaling – This postulates that energy consumption would decrease in proportion to the surface area (voltage and current are proportional to length) of the transistors. Combined with Moore`s Law, power per watt would increase at about the same rate as transistor density, doubling every 1-2 years. According to Dennard, the scaling of transistor dimensions would increase by 30% (0.7x) with each generation of technology, reducing their surface area by 50%.
This would reduce the delay by 30% (0.7x) and thus increase the operating frequency by about 40% (1.4x). Finally, to keep the electric field constant, the voltage would be reduced by 30%, the energy by 65% and the power (at 1.4 times the frequency) by 50%. [c] Therefore, in each generation of technology, the density of transistors would double, the circuit would become 40% faster, while the power consumption (with twice as many transistors) would remain the same.  The Dennard measurement ended in 2005-2010 due to leakage currents.  Moore`s Law is the observation that the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit (CI) doubles approximately every two years. Moore`s Law is an observation and projection of a historical trend. This is not a law of physics, but an empirical relationship related to production experiments. Quality-adjusted price of IT equipment – The quality- and inflation-adjusted price of information technology (IT), computers and peripherals decreased by an average of 16% per year over the five decades from 1959 to 2009.   However, the pace accelerated to 23% per year in 1995-1999, driven by faster IT innovation, and then slowed to 2% per year in 2010-2013.
  Members of the Moorish rulers, called Moors, have come into conflict with federal and state authorities because they refuse to obey government laws and regulations.