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February 17th, 2005
Nanotechnology: The Promise of the Future or Pandora’s Box?
A transcript of the debate between Robert G. Best (University of South Carolina) and Mike Treder (Center for Responsible Nanotechnology) with Morton Kondracke the Moderator.
The power of molecular manufacturing – Nanotechnology – is huge. It has the potential to slow, stop, prevent or reverse aging. Yet, some fear that exploration in Nanotechnology may backfire and become a means of mass destruction. Is there a way to tap into the power of Nanotechnology without opening diabolical Pandora’s Box?
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