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Nanotechnology, the future of DIY

Nanotechnology, the future of DIY

From molecules to super products

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Guest: London1 (3390 days ago)
Nice idea but humans will be long dead before it becomes possible.
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Nice idea but humans will be long dead before it becomes possible.
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Guest: Annonymous (3238 days ago)
That doesn't make any sense?
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That doesn't make any sense?
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danskal danskal (3372 days ago)
This may seem extreme or far-fetched, but actually it's much more feasible than some of the other fantastic physics people talk about, like teleportation, warp drive, invisibility cloak etc. If you look at the molecular mechanics of cells, muscles etc., you start to realise that this isn't far fetched at all. We only need the will, the money and the time to do it. @London1 - you and I may be long dead, but you could compare it to the industrial revolution - think about how much we have advanced since the steam engine was invented. We already have some of the basic building blocks for the stuff in the video. It's just a matter of putting it all together.
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This may seem extreme or far-fetched, but actually it's much more feasible than some of the other fantastic physics people talk about, like teleportation, warp drive, invisibility cloak etc. If you look at the molecular mechanics of cells, muscles etc., you start to realise that this isn't far fetched at all. We only need the will, the money and the time to do it. @London1 - you and I may be long dead, but you could compare it to the industrial revolution - think about how much we have advanced since the steam engine was invented. We already have some of the basic building blocks for the stuff in the video. It's just a matter of putting it all together.
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Guest: FearThe Future (3371 days ago)
Hahahaha London! Wake up and smell the nanites mate. 3d printers exist already. youtube dot com/watch?gl=US&v=qwSxUzr OzSE"
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Hahahaha London! Wake up and smell the nanites mate. 3d printers exist already. youtube dot com/watch?gl=US&v=qwSxUzr OzSE"
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Cypeq Cypeq (3555 days ago)
nice bullshite ;) and when some of nano machines borke u get ur carbo water laptop with holes looking like chese ;)
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nice bullshite ;) and when some of nano machines borke u get ur carbo water laptop with holes looking like chese ;)
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Guest: Gibbo29 (3295 days ago)
Pure fantasy
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Pure fantasy
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Guest: Jonneybgood (3228 days ago)
Latest comment: Man am I behind the times. I'm just now learning how to count without using my fingers and toes.
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Latest comment: Man am I behind the times. I'm just now learning how to count without using my fingers and toes.
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