a question on nanotechnology

John de Rivaz John at longevb.demon.co.uk
Thu Aug 8 05:09:02 EST 1996


In article: <4ua1u0$ml5 at news2.h1.usa.pipeline.com>  jmsdean at pipeline.com 
writes:
> 
> if nanotechnology is simply the manipulation of molecules, is taking any
> drug, let's say prozac, which blocks the reuptake of the serotonin 
molecule
> on the sending side of the synapse, kind of like a primitive form of
> nanotechnology? 
>  
> luke
> 
> 

In theory, yes, but it is confusing to think like this. "Real" 
nanotechnology is building machines using individual atoms and molectles as 
working parts. There are some nanotechnology articles on my web site under 
"free reports" from the home page.

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