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October 18th, 2006
Nanotechnology: World Council of Churches promotes...
Christine Peterson: A nanotechnology report has come out from the World Council of Churches titled “Science, Faith & New Technologies: Transforming Life — Volume I: Convergent Technologies.” The World Council of Churches is a group of organizations representing 550 million Christians worldwide.
As I read the report, I kept thinking “this sounds just like an ETC report,” and sure enough, there is strong ETC representation on the author list. The WCC site also has a nanotech primer…but it’s entirely by ETC.
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