Billy Brown stated:
>Note that none of this requires that anything be free, or even particularly
>cheap. I'm not promising a utopia, after all. It does, however, indicate
>that we can reasonably expect a completely free market to function quite
>efficiently without any need for government-enforced anti-monopoly
This lack of need however does not exclude the possibility that the
government may attempt to play a role in the nano arena. Who will regulate
is an imparative question, who will set the guidelines? The President as you
well know is aware of nanotechnology and it's implications. (see Chapter 1
of Ed Regis-Nano) I think it should be noted that we or some sect of we,
should prepare ahead of time to avoid this.
Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
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