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July 24th, 2004

A far-fetched theory that won't come unstuck

Abstract:
No one, it seems, can stamp out the bizarre notion that tiny, self-replicating robots will one day turn all living matter into a big mass of "gray goo." Prince Charles is trying, as are the man who invented the doomsday scenario in the first place and the Winnipeg environmental group that brought it to the fore.

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