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March 7th, 2008
You may ask, as does Berry, what kind of life will be there for us in the crowded future, crammed into warehouses and consuming who can tell what? Ah, but here is where the new revolution in what is called nanotechnology enters the equation.
In the not too distant future, nanobots will float through our bloodstream, repairing cells and making us healthier. Computers will not only become more powerful, they will be able to perform all the important human functions.
We will all be cyborgs — part human, part machine.
The process has already begun with experimental mini-computers implanted in certain patients.
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