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« Assessing Levels of Risk | Main | Disruptive Abundance »

September 23, 2006

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Hal

Do any nanotechnologists actually support your 15 year timeline?

NanoEnthusiast

Hal, from what I have seen CRN's 15 year timeline is predicated on the assumption that the whole world, or at least the United States, will drop whatever other research is going on in other fields and focus exclusively on MNT. If you take it that the ultimate goal of a nanofactory is possible, then under those circumstance a 15 year timeline does make some sort of sense, I guess. But, seeing how such a turn around of the scientific establishment is impossible at present; I don't think that timeline is realistic. Politics, as they say, is the art of the possible after all.

Chris Phoenix, CRN

Boy, oh boy, what you started...

From Here to Nanofactories
Cubic micron DNA constructions
Yes, it's coming soon.
More fun with DNA bricks

Chris

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