Wednesday, March 24, 2004

Human Nanofactory in Four Dimensions

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Secret notes from my extra-super-top-secret experiment in bottom-up molecular manufacturing using human test subjects: Month Seven.

Using state-of-the-art 4-D imaging technology, I can see how the subject has used self-replication methods at the cellular level to evolve from a fish-like creature to an entity that resembles a human infant. While I believe a couple more months of secret development is needed before the subject can be unveiled to the world, I am now thoroughly convinced of the feasibility of molecular nanotechnology.

Also, if I do say so myself, the developing male creature does appear to be unusually handsome. I can't really put my finger on why I believe this, but the subject does certainly resemble -- if I may be so bold -- myself. I'll need to run further tests to determine why these self-replicating nanobots have, in the aggregate, grown to resemble the project's chief scientist. I suspect it might have to do with the double-helix I've discovered embedded within.

fingerOne more observation. When I mentioned this resemblance out loud, the subject appeared to react to the notion with some hostility, as you can see in the photograph at right.


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