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Home > News > Peter Cochrane's Uncommon Sense: Nature and engineering

July 3rd, 2003

Peter Cochrane's Uncommon Sense: Nature and engineering

Abstract:
How far have silicon life forms come, compared to our own carbon-based selves? Is humanity likely to go too far in creating nature and ultimately harm itself? Peter Cochrane looks at some of the progress that's been made and safeguards that are needed.

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