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September 28th, 2006
They say it can't happen that fast...
Chris Phoenix: Several researchers were quoted in an ABC News article as being quite skeptical about our timeline for molecular manufacturing. Our claim is that revolutionary capabilities will probably be developed, one way or another, by 2020 if not earlier. They said it would take at least several decades more than that.
So why am I so confident?
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