Sunday, October 23, 2005

Advances in Molecular Transport


How to move atoms from point A to point B.

How you ask? By nanoscale vehicles, of course. I'd be curious to see how it would be steered. Perhaps you simply allow for the cars to act as resistance reducers, thereby letting the atoms travel more freely, and let random brownian motion get the components to where they will naturally adhere.

No word yet on the International Brotherhood of Teamsters reaction to this breakthrough.

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