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June 09, 2008

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Tom Craver

I thought you might be interested in this article about Dynamic Physical Rendering.

Mike Treder, CRN

Very interesting. Thanks, Tom. The tech they're envisioning sounds like it might be an intermediate step on the way to utility fog.

kurt9

I think Jones is right. Like him, I am not convinced of the possibility of "dry" (mechanical) nanotechnology. So far, all of the experimental processes demonstrated thus far work only at cryogenic temperature and are fabricated in vacuum.

Richard Jones's arguments remind me of those of Thomas Donaldson when he was active in the cryonics scene in the late 80's.

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