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October 30th, 2004
Nanotechnology has the potential, within the next decade or two, to sharply increase the quality, cleanliness, efficiency, and profitability of manufacturing. It could offer better housing, sanitation, healthcare, nutrition, and educational opportunities. It could allow us to live in closer harmony with our environment, and to adopt truly sustainable -- but rich and fulfilling -- lifestyles. It could enable great strides forward toward equal opportunities for all, everywhere in the world.
It could. But that doesn't mean it will.
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