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September 19th, 2005

Protesting for peace

ONAMI alone received $5 million late last year, while the Brain, Biology and Machine Initiative, a program initiated by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, received $3 million.

He (Rich Linton) added that nanotechnology, one of the University’s primary focuses, has a wide range of applications that most likely will not appeal to military uses.

“Nanotechnology is the Pentagon’s latest obsession ... it is widely called the deadliest technology ever created,” (Brian) Bogart said.

(Ed.'s note: While advances in nanoscale science absolutely merit a close watch and careful preparation, this is the first time I've seen or heard "the deadliest technology ever created")


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