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Fantastic Voyage II: Nanotech Motors

When I was growing up, one of the local tv channels in Baltimore, after football season was over, devoted Sunday afternoons to running old movies. One of those films was Fantastic Voyage, a fairly slick 1966 sf film. The plot of the movie revolved around a submarine and its crew being shrunk to the point where they … Continue Reading

Nanosurgery and being human

Larry Marsh is a columnist for the Kansas City Star. Judging from his recent article, "Stem Cells and Nanosurgery May Change What it Means to be Human", Mr. Marsh has either read or seen some really REALLY bad science fiction. According to Mr. Marsh Nanotechnology, which is just beginning to make its debut, may change … Continue Reading