Monday, April 1, 2013

Radical Abundance - How Nano-tech Changes Everything




The next phase in the nano-tech revolution is atomically precise manufacturing. The process, described in more detail in the Forbes article linked below, will blow the lid off the emerging knowledge economy.  Hang on, we are in for a wild ride!

Imagine factory machinery putting small components together to make larger components and you have a good idea of how APM-based production can work. Down at the bottom, the parts are simple molecules from ordinary commercial materials in a can or a drum, somewhat like large ink cartridges. Simple molecules are atomically precise, so they make a good starting point for atomically precise manufacturing. This works if the factory machines themselves are atomically precise and guide molecular motions accurately enough, and physics shows that nanoscale machines can, in fact, do this.


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