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12/11/2001 12:50:00 AM, by Hannibal

I've had this great link lying around on my desktop for quite some time now, and I'm just now getting around to posting it. It's an article on ScFi.com that deals with programmable matter in two forms: in the nanotech form of a "utility fog" and in the even more spectacular form of something the author (who looks like Kevin Spacey) calls "wellstone," made from quantum dots. Here's the basic concept of utility fog:

With such difficulties in mind, Dr. J. Storrs Hall of Rutgers University built on Drexler's concepts in the early 1990s by proposing a "utility fog" of 12-armed, dust-sized silicon micromachines ("foglets," as seen at right in an image courtesy of J. Storrs Hall) capable of joining hands in a variety of configurations to create a programmable substance which could assume any shape, and vary its density from that of vapor or cobwebs to something as solid as wood, plastic or even porous cement. This is not only the ultimate modeling clay and 3-D entertainment system (holodeck, anyone?), but potentially an important structural component, safety system and furnishing for homes, factories and vehicles.

Sounds cool, right? Wait till you get to the part about the quantum dot-based materials. Here's a peak:

In short, these controllable quantum dots--what Yale University's Mark Reed calls "designer atoms"--can not only mimic every atom on the periodic table, but can quite easily produce atom-like structures with properties that don't occur in nature. For example, with many more electrons to share than even the faithful carbon atom, such designer atoms may be capable of forming superstrong chemical bonds, to produce materials much tougher than diamond, the hardest natural substance. Other possibilities include dramatic changes in the reflection and absorption of light, and the conduction of electricity. (Just for starters, think of an indestructible, 100% efficient solar energy cell.)

And it gets even more spectacular shortly thereafter. Reading this article makes the think about the "five years away" news category that I'm always putting things in; perhaps I should add a "probably not in my lifetime" category. Anyway, it's still cool fantasy material. - Korrektion not a fantasy

 

 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
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