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May 3rd, 2005
War, Interdependence, and Nanotechnology
Mike Treder: Liberty, security, prosperity, and world peace—from the time of the American Revolution to the present, humankind has made remarkable strides toward these ideals.
Today, more people live in freedom than at any time in history. Although poverty is still a serious worldwide problem, more people are healthier and better fed than ever before. And despite regional wars and terrorist attacks (which have beset civilization for centuries), we have managed to avoid destroying ourselves with full-scale thermonuclear war.
But looming just over the horizon is a grave threat. It is nanotechnology.
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Notre Dame study explores the potential benefits and threats of nanotechnology research January 25th, 2013
Preparing for Nano
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