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February 12th, 2003

Zyvex founder: may you stay forever young in a nano world

Here's the good news. Eternal youth may be possible to achieve and the overpopulation it causes may be easily managed. The bad news: the technology is at least 20 years away. For some of us, it will be too late.


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