Re: Submolecular nanotech

Gina Miller (
Mon, 17 May 1999 20:31:26 PDT

This step forward, the ability to push atoms around, is the basic first step towards building molecular machines (nanotechnology). The problem left now, is how do we bond these together, to build? Moving down to the subatomic level, may or may not be the next step. Top down or to bottoms up, should we skip? Why not keep delving into all aspects? I think there is a lot more to learn at the atomic level, aside from abandoning it. Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
You wrote:
>. Subatomic tinkering is a natural next
>step for people who are tired of drawing pictures with xenon atoms
>and don't care about the "trivial implementation details" in achieving
>commercial nanotech.
>-- David Lubkin.

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