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Mr. Farlops
02:36 AM ET (US)
My guess is that the "nano divide" will eventually take care of itself. Simply because it will be in the interests of the post-industrial countries to share nanotech with the developing countries. It will raise living standards while at the same time reducing or at least minimizing environmental impact. And it will be cheap to transfer the technology.
Deleted by topic administrator 09-03-2003 03:14 PM
12:01 AM ET (US)
I think the implicatons of new technologies such as nanotech will have great benifits that far outweigh the bad. But as we all know someone will find a way of utilisng nanotechnology for military purposes. Which will then overshado the good implications.
alfa lava
10:23 AM ET (US)
is it any problem will it not be like clone bussnisn europe and amarica will ban it becuse of reliogn (much like muslims ahave a difrent culkutre and lower living standar as europe have today ) and it will dvelopet in singapore and taiwain becuse ther culture dont say anting bad abut cloning so nanotech will be made mayeb in veitnam and produceed cheap in cariben island jsut liek memoery are prodycut cehap in taiwan today nanotech can change the body and change the whole spirt thing so it will probly be as porbelmatic in the west as cloning are now
Howard LovyPerson was signed in when posted
01:33 PM ET (US)
Any thoughts on how to spread the word on nanotech solutions to poverty? Will nanotech create more divisions between rich and poor? Can it become an equalizer?
Edited 09-19-2003 11:30 AM

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