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January 07, 2005

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Philip Moriarty

How very, very interesting that you would now post a piece which attempts to define the term mechanosynthesis. This is rather a step froward from your position a few weeks ago regarding the usefulness of definitions.

I wonder which particular debate might have prompted your decision to post this piece?

I ask you once again whether you give Richard Jones permission to post the debate at "Soft Machines".

Alternatively, please see Jim Moore and Richard Jones' comments under http://crnano.typepad.com/crnblog/2005/01/creativity_and_.html
and reconsider posting our debate on the CRN website.

Philip

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