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February 14th, 2006
Chris Phoenix: In a comment on a recent post, Nato Welch asked, "But will fabs really produce any phenomena so startling revolutionary as their own exponential growth?"
That got me thinking. Exponential manufacturing would be a large conceptual shock to many people. And Nato makes a good point that the existence of *any* exponential manufacturing system would help people accept MM and encourage them to pay attention to the implications of molecular manufacturing. I certainly don't want to downplay the value of that.
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