• Terrence Aym
According to some, nanotechnology holds the promise of a future heaven on Earth: all Man's needs will be met and an idyllic paradise will ensue driven by wondrous machines the size of molecules. Others predict a hell of unprecedented proportions. Like all predictions, the truth probably lies somewhere in-between the two extrapolations—hopefully closer to the former than the latter. In any case, nanotechnology is here to stay and the progress towards perfecting it has begun to move exponentially regardless whether the human race is ready for it or not. Recently, a team of chemists and physicists at the University of Nottingham accomplished a major advancement in the ability to manipulate micro-matter into building blocks as a foundation for future nanotechnological projects...
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