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December 6th, 2005
Taking The NanoPulse -- Nanotechnology. Good And Green.
Scott E. Rickert: If you learned about nanotechnology's environmental impact from the crazed nanobots in Michael Crichton's book "Prey", you gained as much reality-based knowledge on nanotechnology as you got on DNA research from another of the author's books, "Jurassic Park." In other words, save the hype. We don't have time for it. The sky isn't falling.
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