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Nanotech & Metaphors

  • Casting Spells
  • Magic
  • Living Factories / Foundaries


While watching the Paul Rothemond's TED talk these are some of the thoughts and questions that arose.

Movies to watch: Blade runner

Ted talks to watch:

http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/paul_rothemund_casts_a_spell_with_dna.html

http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/paul_rothemund_details_dna_folding.html

Books to read:

Shaping things Cradle to cradle

Research James King

Thoughts to write about:

What is life?

Can life be categorised by reproduction, metabolism and/or evolution?

“Life performs computation” How does that quantify or qualify life?

What are your views on metaphors, are they serious, can they be taken seriously?

Who is “Watson” in the field of nanotechnology?

When altering DNA “a sensitivity to small changes – single mutations - that result in ”meaningful” large changes”, what are the consequences, what does it take to alter DNA to produce a desires mutation?

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How accurate is the comparison between DNA alterations to the binary system in banking?

“Can we write molecular programs to build technology?”

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What is the difference?

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Is like about computers building computers?

Today how long do you use a cell phone?

Was it designed obsolesce? So in a way it was designed to die? What does it mean for a phone to die?

In the future if it was possible to grow a phone from a seed, when would the phone know when to stop growing and when would it know to die, and how to die?

Research “Lifecycle Analysis” How would or could this change with the introduction of molecular programming? What would the death of a product mean?

Why DNA? Because “DNA is the cheapest, easiest to understand and the easiest to program material” to create Nano scale computers. What is your opinion of this?

Look for the Moore’s Law Graph, one that validates that if it were to be true where nanotechnology would have to kick in.

What is innovation?

Can you write a nano virus?

Look up Tony Fry, What are his views on the designers of the future?

Some basic mindmapping on Nanotech and Biomod:

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Networking mindmaps on success: BIOMOD-nanotechnology (Click on each of the four sections to have a better look at the pointers)

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An overview:

Success mindmap.JPG


Few links over researching :

Can art make nanotechnology easier to understand? http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2003/12/1223_031223_nanotechnology.html

Six challenges for molecular nanotechnology: http://www.softmachines.org/wordpress/?p=175

Feasibility arguments for molecular nanotech : http://www.acceleratingfuture.com/michael/blog/2008/03/feasibility-arguments-for-molecular-nanotechnology/

Dna origami ? : http://www.nature.com/nindia/2011/110622/full/nindia.2011.86.html & http://www.nature.com/ncomms/journal/v2/n8/full/ncomms1452.html

Nano Art Competition! : http://www.nanowerk.com/news/newsid=3811.php


Links that talk about technological and mechanical metaphors for the Human Body:

http://doctoralicebell.blogspot.com/2010/08/mechicanical-metaphors-in-kids-body.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__OGncEPgrE (Animation of Man as an Industrial Palace by Fritz Kahn)