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« Development Program Structure | Main | Is CRN Playing Politics? »

June 12, 2004


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Michael Vassar

The papers will NEVER report what you say rather than what they expect to see. Why compalain about it. As sensible to complain about the failure of carbon atoms to arrange themselves as you wish without making you waste time with engineering.


I've been reading as many articles as I can on nanotechnology in recent months, all I have to say about it is that it has prompted me to pursue a career in the field. Anything in the wrong hands has the potential to be harmfull, but I have yet to see anything on the positive effects of molecular engineering on the world, the unity it could potentially bring, and the quality of life around the world when all that would be needed is a schematic, a raw material proccesor and a handfull of nanofactories turning out countless needed items at little to no cost. The world economy would have to adjust, yes, possibly violently in the presence of these factories, but this isn't about a single nation or a group of markets, the world will adjust, and will be a better place because of this technology. And thats all that should matter...

Mike Treder, CRN

Here is something positive.

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