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SPLATS about nanotechnology
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- Nanotechnology is the art of making very small machines that will perform useful functions. Some methods are known, no useful functions have been achieved yet.
- Nanotechnology is new and little understood, but that has not stopped people from coming up with all sorts of 'Frankenstein' and 'grey goo' scenarios about it.
- At the moment, nanotechnology is easy to dismiss or rule out, but there are some interesting developments around that will be used somewhere, at some time.
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