Thursday, June 17, 2004

Eureka!


kid1   kid2   kid3

Max

I've proven the feasibility of molecular self-replication. His name is Maxwell Leland Lovy (pictured here in various stages of the 40-week self-assembly process and at the age of 3 hours). Max is my healthy 9-pound, 15-ounce, 22-inch proof of the concept that when it comes to true understanding of the engines that drive creation, we are all merely infants.

Related Posts
The Fourth Dimension
I've Got Male!
'Monkey Head'
Secret Human Nanofactory!

2 comments:

Keith Blakely said...

Howard - Considering that this was a "bottom-up" synthesis, I suppose it would be contradictory to refer to Maxwell as a "chip of the old block" - clearly a top-down methodology. Nonetheless, clearly the device is in deep contemplation of major nanotechnology issues - that or he is bored.

Anonymous said...

Hurrah for Howard!The world is a better place with another Lovy in it.

Jack Mason