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Comments on Robots Making Smaller Robots Making Smaller Robots
Robotic technologies make possible smaller and smaller manufactured goods - too small for people to make. (Read the complete story)

"I think this WHOLE website is preetty cooool, but I think U should add some pics... for nice touch. it's informtive, but people would like to see something to background the info. :)But overall, it's rrrreeeeaaalllyyyy coooooooool Okay, bye! -Bob Conavee"
(Bob Conavee 11/13/2006 7:27:28 AM)
"actualy richard feynman gave a talk describing almost the exact same thing called "there's plenty of room at the bottom" in 1959. it is regarded as the first talk on nanotechnology."
(Zaid 11/13/2006 8:53:40 AM)
"Yes, you're right. I have a reference to Feynman's nanotechnology talk with an excerpt; it's in reference to Philip K. Dick's autofac, which is an interesting anticipation of the nanotechnology field."
(Bill 11/13/2006 4:51:50 PM)
"Bob - thanks for your comment. I do try to include graphics for the SF in the News articles. They are really time-consuming to gather and put up, and I can never tell whether people really care or not. Thanks for your feedback!"
(Bill 11/13/2006 4:59:15 PM)
""Bush Robots"? ROFL!"
(Uncle Bob 11/14/2006 5:02:59 AM)

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