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September 23, 2005

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Pace Arko

Yes, I saw that article yesterday on Science Blog and I agree: It doesn't invalidate the idea of mechanosynthesis. If anything it only approves the accuracy of some numbers involving forces of more relevence to MEMS, not NEMS.

Maverick

Seems like the media is repeatedly trying to spread disinfo, thankfully there is no bearing on mechanosynthesis.

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