No, because you know that as we get more advanced more will be required. As an example, I have a magazine from 2001-ish which condemns 1ghz CPUs for being too powerful. That wasn't too long ago, so before long we will see that kind of RAM needed
I think all of use who are regular computer users and power-users can attest to this fact. I know myself that when I got my "first" computer, ie, one in my own room when I was like 14 or so, I never throught I'd use up the 40GB HDD I had in it.
And for the time, that was true. I'm currently sitting on ~311GB of HDD space, and I'm coming close to needing yet another upgrade. I'll be getting an entirely new system pretty soon, and I'm planning on starting
with 1TB of HDD space. By the time I replace the whole thing, I foresee 5TB in it easily ... most likely more than 8GB of RAM depending on the motherboard I select.
And remember, this is just for personal use. Granted, I'm a power-user and sometimes do need high resources, but just imagine server systems out there which will need
10+ TB of RAM.
Moore's Law. It applies to more that just processing transistors.