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October 17th, 2006

Nightmare Scenario

Abstract:
The following is a "guest posting" from Jamais Cascio, CRN's Global Futures Strategist.

Reading a story about the grey goo attack in Second Life, I was struck by what could well be the nightmare scenario for molecular manufacturing...

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Hear me out. ...

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