I think knowledge could always be repeated even if lost. In time, it is
bound to be rediscovered.
Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
"Nanotechnology: solutions for the future." -
>At 05:17 PM 5/29/99 EDT, Evmick wrote:
>>this is an interesting point.. I'm wondering that with the advent of full
>>blown nanotech will this argument go away?
>Will nanotech evolve some sort of holographic memory of what is built? Some
>sort of distributed memory over billions of small processors, highly
>redudndant - even if a continent's worth of nanoassemblers were destroyed,
>others could be tapped to recreate the entire database.
>Assuming that anyone is around to use the data, of course...