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December 7th, 2005
Inside CRN, Part 3
CRN's conclusions about the potentially transformative and disruptive nature of molecular manufacturing are still not widely accepted. It is sometimes easier to find disagreement — occasionally vehement — from influential persons in government, business, and academia, than to find sympathy with our positions.
Does this mean that we are wrong? Obviously, it does not, although of course it also does not mean that our conclusions are necessarily correct.
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