Nanotechnology’s Revolutionary Next Phase

Forbes | Feb 26, 2013

By Bruce Dorminey

In “Radical Abundance,” you note that APM-level production technology will allow a box on a desktop “to manufacture an infinite range of products drawn from a digital library.” This almost sounds like magic. How would the atoms be arranged and manipulated to facilitate the manufacturing process?

An ordinary printer shows how digital information can be used to arrange small things — pixels — to make a virtually infinite range of images. By doing something similar with small bits of matter, and APM-level technologies can fabricate a virtually infinite range of products. 3D printing also illustrates this principle.

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2 Comments on "Nanotechnology’s Revolutionary Next Phase"

  1. it will almost appear as if this will be – but here,s where it comes to a end ,when Yah says move over this place is only for me . not a hint or trace or even a sound just a lake of fire burning my oh my !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Read Howard Bloom’s book The Genius of the Beast and you’ll discover the nature of the beast, and how those who’re governed by “it” think.

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