(Nanotech and Nanotube)
October 1st, 2002 10:17 PM
took a short hiatus from making new links for a while, and I missed writing
about some very interesting articles. Here are three of them:
article I saw originally on Nanoapex
(I saw it on many other sites soon after that). It talks about the
development of a negative
refractive index material which could allow microscopes (nanoscopes?
pointscopes?) to focus to a point in space. So what happens to the
Heisenberg uncertainty principal when you can observe a quantum particle in
motion? E-mail me if you have
other article is simply amazing if we can harness this power: self
replicating nanotubes... need I say more? Thanks to Nanoapex
for the link.
but not leastly 8o), it appears that some people have figured out how to weld
two swnt together. Its weird running a correlation between this
and welding from shop in high school... Even more weird is that we can
weld the nanotubes together, but we don't have the ability to move them into
position to weld them. Isn't that like running before you walk?
Thanks again to Nanoapex for the