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November 25th, 2003

Nano's got a brand-new bag: Politics

Tim Harper and Paul Holister at Cientifica ask in their latest edition of TNT Weekly whether anybody here in the colonies actually read the nanotech bill or understand what nanotechnology is. They take swipes at the bill's provision for a "one-time study to determine the technical feasibility of molecular self-assembly " and correctly point out the absurdity of the U.S. government requiring a study to prove that what has already been accomplished, can in fact be accomplished.

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