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September 5th, 2004
Until scientists can better understand the complex interactions between chaotic systems that combine to result in natural disasters -- no easy task -- we will continue to be hit by earthquakes, volcanoes, monsoons, floods, typhoons, hurricanes, and tornadoes. Prevention is still far in the future.
But molecular manufacturing could offer significant hope for improved response and more effective relief of human suffering. Consider the following hypothetical scenario.
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