On Sun, 23 May 1999 23:36:02 -0700 (PDT) Eugene Leitl <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>(However, I honestly believe no utility fog will be ever built, since
>we either screw us up first *real tight*, or evolve beyond the
>necessety of needing utility fog at all before we have a chance of
Oh, but it's such a neat hack. And, we can build it without FDA approval!
(Or in _your_ jurisdiction, a CE mark under EN601-1, i.e. not quite as bad, but almost)
I predict it will be the second thing constructed after a true assembler.
> If you can work with electronically excited states
>and photons, why on earth would you want to drag atoms around?
>(Disclaimer: system maintenance and coevolutionary artefacts
Gosh. Because they don't wiggle around so much. After all, the excitation lasers have to built from something, don't they?