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« Our Message for President Obama | Main | Space Elevator Tethers Coming Closer »

January 22, 2009


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George J. Killoran

I hope President Obama has a good advisor on Nanotechnology, specifically molecular manufacturing. If he does, I have confidence he will listen closely to this advisor, comprehend the benefits and dangers of molecular nanotechnology, and take the necessary steps to insure the positive and peaceful use of this new and rapidly developing technology.

x-ray fluorescence

Nanotechnology is extremely diverse, ranging from novel extensions of conventional device physics, to completely new approaches based upon molecular self-assembly, to developing new materials with dimensions on the nanoscale, even to speculation on whether we can directly control matter on the atomic scale...

David Gange

Any technology, including nanotechnology, is morally neutral, in and of itself. People will decide how to use the technology, for good or ill. A knife may be used to prepare food, carve wood, open a package, or kill someone. Its' use depends upon the user, so too with nanotechnology.

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