1774Re: [nanotech] FT Article
- May 1 6:16 PMChris Phoenix wrote:
>I do not like it, either. Yet it happens all the time. So one
> My disappointment was not an act. I really don't like to see someone
> smeared and denied credit for a massive amount of work.
better get used to it.
> Yes, it is good that they are treating nanotech as a real technology.I no longer have any clear idea what the best course of action is.
I guess "let's stop the more obvous holes, and otherwise full
speed ahead" is the best approximation of what is going on now.
> I'm not so sure it's good that they're denying gray goo. Those whoIt is Press. By definition, whatever it says, it ought to be ignored.
> already fear it will not be comforted by "It was dreamed up by someone
> who is insufficiently scientific." Those who think it's impossible
> should probably get a little better educated. So I don't think brushing
> it off with a cheap ad hominem attack or two will do any good at all.
I very much doubt it defines the policy.
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