18th November 2006 - 06:22 AM
The ability to duplicate particular SWNTs is a great breakthrough. It is this kind of innovation that will finally allow nanoelectronics to become the reality needed to silence the naysayers. Nanoscience has yet to become fully credible as nanotechnology. This may finally allow us to move from research to full development.
18th November 2006 - 11:29 AM
Praise The Holy of Holy : The word of the Holy of Holy says There Is Nothing new under the sun ,when a baby gets a bottle inplace of suckeling at its mothers breast it looses closeness to its mother ,but it gains independence and knowledge.As you feel greater in what you know don't let that make you feel any greater , just more humble for knowing more about the Holy of Holy Amen
18th November 2006 - 11:46 AM
Thanked winged, for your insightful and well thought out comment. Pretty much shows the divide between the rational and religious. Some people are trying to remedy the world's energy crisis with painstaking research. Others are only concerned with getting their so called soul into heaven and screw the rest of us on earth. The world's problems are difficult and complicated and won't be solved by getting down on our knees and praying to the sky!
18th November 2006 - 01:35 PM
It is a good step to use seeded growth, but it just pushes the homogeneity problem to the seed level.
200 nm is also pretty long, what if I wanted a shorter SWNT?
18th November 2006 - 02:26 PM
Praise the Holy of holy:When a prayer goes to heaven it must be worthy of presentation, then the twenty four elders bow down before the holy of holy of holy on high:They throw there crowns up to the throne And call out , he who is worthy prays to you holy of holy of holy on high! then your prayer is presented and a shout goes out in heaven!Then and only then is your prayer heard! Your prayer must come from worthyness to be presented in worthyness Praise the Holy of Holy of Holy On high Amen:Winged
18th November 2006 - 05:30 PM
Praise the Holy of Holy: I winged at 2;29 edited the above reply back to the way thr Holy Spirit gave it to me I used spell ckeck and it took the y out of worthyness and i went with it ,but after a feeling in my spirit that the y looked better I winged edited it back! Just thought i would explain the edit! Praise the Holy of Holy Amen
18th November 2006 - 09:50 PM
Here's dichotomy for you... as a fundamentalist Christian I agree with inquisitor over Winged. Even though Winged made one true statement in that there is indeed nothing new under the sun, (it was created and did not spontaneously combust out of nothing), this does not preclude man from responsibility to understand and manipulate the created environment for the good of his fellows.
What inquisitor needs to consider though is that all of the best efforts of science, despite the love and passion that scientific minds hold for their craft, will not resolve the true ills of the world, because they reside in the human heart which is altogether corrupt and will ultimately negate all the good that science tries to achieve.
Winged sounds like a muslim... perhaps his time would be better spent lobbying the Iranian president to, in the name of his god, cease and desist from his threat to blow up the world to hasten the advent of his messiah, while inquisitor et al frantically figure out how to use SWN Ts to negate the effects of nuclear fallout. No pressure though, the muslim president of Iran has given the world until March.
19th November 2006 - 02:25 AM
They throw there crowns up to the throne
20th November 2006 - 11:04 PM
Praise the Hooey of Hooeys.
Winged has failed the Turing test and can not convince anyone that he is a thinking human being.
22nd November 2006 - 09:49 AM
What makes you think nanotechnology has not hit the mainstream??
What Lawrence Berkley just built a new lab to study theory's on
of only how to make nanoparticles. Nanoparticles are being made by the
science of nanoscience. Once again, I tend to believe they are only
telling us a bit of the puzzle of how far they are in this technology
My common sense is telling me that have surpassed their initial findings
and are applying the science inside and outside the labs.
Stimulations can only be fun for awhile. Sooner than later, behind our
backs they will eventually or they already have moved this technology
out of the lab to apply their theory's outside of the box of the lab.
This is just my opinion.