Thursday, May 20, 2004

Signs of the Apocalypse: Part II

    "Melody Haller of the Antenna Group, a public relations firm that represents a number of nanotech companies and Small Times, also raised concern that 'marginalizing' people such Eric Drexler and others who believe in the feasibility of molecular manufacturing might create 'heroic martyrs' for nanotech opponents to exploit. Drexler is founder of the Foresight Institute and author of the influential 1986 book, 'Engines of Creation.'

    Modzelewski, normally an outspoken Drexler critic, was unusually courtly toward the group. 'Foresight has created some frameworks and guidelines for going forward that people should be looking at,' he said. More here.

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