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the nanotechnology revolution K. Eric Drexler, Chris Peterson, Gayle Pergamit.
nanomachines couldn't eventually be built with a hobby-size budget, though
there are reasons — to be discussed in later chapters — for wanting to place
limits on ...
This depends on human action, working within the limits set by the real world.
This chapter first describes some of the limits to what nanotechnology can
accomplish, and then some of the adverse side effects of its basically good
There are limits. Science today may be wrong about some limits, but scientific
knowledge is practically defined to be our best information about how the world
works, so it isn't wise to bet against it. There will be claims that nanotechnology
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UNBOUNDING THE FUTURE: The Nanotechnology RevolutionUser Review - Kirkus
More speculation on the implications of nanotechnology—the manufacture of objects from the atoms up—that is likely, say the authors, to profoundly alter within our lifetimes the course of modern ... Read full review
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Nanotechnology sounds like a fantasy straight out of Star Wars , but then 50 years ago so did many of the things that we take for granted today--space exploration, computer chips, organ transplants ... Read full review
The Molecular World
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