"Robert J. Bradbury" wrote:
> I think we are going to have to develop better methods for
> determining when someone represents a threat and implement
> them. When one moves to a world with nanotechnology, the rules
> for what types of technology you will be able to import are
> very likely to be enclave specific. The burden is likely going
> to have to be on the individual entering the enclave to prove that
> they are not carrying dangerous technology. I could easily
> envision the development of enzymes that turn the CHON in
> the human body into gasoline and TNT. People in possession
> of those enzymes don't get to visit my enclave.
Why not? You could use them to mine for gold and power your car....
dark cloud, silver lining, rah rah rah
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