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August 11th, 2005
Mike Treder: A central question of our time -- perhaps the central question -- should be: Can humanity survive entry into the Nano Era?
Not only must we ask if we can avoid destroying ourselves with nano-built weaponry, we also must ask if we can preserve human rights, human values, and human dignity at the same time. The challenge is not as easy as it sounds, if indeed it does sound easy.
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