[extropy-chat] Casimir Torque Project

Eugen Leitl eugen at leitl.org
Thu May 5 21:50:03 UTC 2005

On Thu, May 05, 2005 at 08:32:35AM -0700, Adrian Tymes wrote:

> (And then there's the nanostructuring on top of that, which is
> apparently more needed than I thought.  Maybe they're thinking there's
> a good chance I'll take the skills I use on this project and develop
> molecular manufacturing or something. *shrugs*)

So you're going to tackle molecular manufacturing right after you're done
with perpetuum mobile. Cool. Drop us a line when you're done.

Kidding aside, have you considered functionalizing your MEMS/NEMS? You'd have
to do wet chemistry for that, though, too.  

Right now I'm still betting on bucky, especially given indium electromigration
pump/oscillator and scaled down direct writing (monomer/organic electronics; via dip-pen

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