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November 10th, 2003

Nanotechnology Think really small

Abstract:
He admires the sunset through a self-cleaned window, enjoying the crimson hue. Moments later, he'll obscure it all by switching on interior lights printed on paper, the better to read the information being remotely downloaded to his "newspaper." But for now, warmed by solar cells masquerading as shingles, he's relishing life, now that cancer-killing atoms have rid him of that disease. He can't wait for the sunrise and another day of life as a spry 100-year-old, ready to battle some 120-year-olds in a game of tennis - with self-cleaning tennis balls, of course.

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