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  • A friend of mine who is a patented inventor named Steve Bridgers has a patent for a modular construction system called INCA. This stands for Inter Nodal Connector Architecture. First of all, look at his patent here: patents.google.com/patent/US68…itecture&q=Steve+Bridgers INCA is based on the tensegrity geodesic structures of Buckminster Fuller, and the fullerene molecule. It is not material dependent; Steve showed myself and others that macroscopic materials and mesoscopic materials, such as ba…

  • Hello, Jim and everyone, it is good to be onboard here with you all. I have read and absorbed huge amounts of nanotechnology data over the years, and I have examined many of the potential routes to the "grand grail" of general purpose or even basic diamondoid mechanosynthesis. At this point, and I welcome all of your views on this, what appears to be the most efficient and fastest route to regular atomic precision diamondoid nanotechnology ala Nanosystems? The DNA front seems to have advanced in…

  • Basically, as long as we achieve molecular nanotechnology, and mechanosynthesis, we don't have to concern ourselves with material waste from it. Atoms are Atoms, Molecules are Molecules. Any form of diamondoid or other MNT "waste" can be broken down through various methods. The beauty of the process is that it is reversible, and can be dealt with. Some speak of the issue of waste heat. That would be a much more difficult prospect because thermodynamic laws do not allow you to break down waste he…