Re: why atomic precision assemblers?

Date: Sun Jan 23 2000 - 18:54:10 MST

In a message dated 1/22/00 6:42:36 PM Central Standard Time, writes:

> But if you want
> to build very strong diamondoid materials you need to be able to put every
> atom in it's place. It's a first step, it may be sufficient for some
> purposes, but it won't give you diamondoid.

I've been thinking about this...

I've been wondering about the feasibility of producing generic diamonoid
components.....(sheets, struts, braces)....for macro assymbly into
.......whatever later..

Houston, Tx.

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