This means you won't admit to anything that's in the future which is a convenient way to pretend that Intel's fabrication isn't going to reel ARM in.
There is no way to have a meaningful discussion under your limitations so let's just skip it. -----
You are trying to compare apples and oranges. You can not compare Intel's high performance processes in X years against a low power process in X years. You and I would just be speculating on 'bull' from both sides. If you are talking about AMD then I would agree with you.
Yes, Intel has a process lead in HIGH PERFORMANCE. It's yet to be seen if this HIGH PERFORMANCE process lead can be brought to bare in the low power sector. ----- If everything you are saying is true Atom wouldn't have any business. Yet Intel has 450 new Atom customers in the last 12-18 months with 200 of them moving from non-Intel platforms. -----
"But all is not well in Santa Clara: their Atom group is down 32% to $269mn, a tiny fraction of what it was during the netbook rush of 2009 and 2010"