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March 9th, 2006

Productive skepticism, I hope

Chris Phoenix: There's been an interesting, if long, series of technically oriented comments on a recent post. A commenter named Mark Wendman has asked some technical questions about how molecular manufacturing might work, and made some rather skeptical assertions.

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