Talk:Nanotechnology

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This article has way too many random ideas. The writers should read into actual nanotechnological research to more accurately misrepresent it. Remove Mork and
 
This article has way too many random ideas. The writers should read into actual nanotechnological research to more accurately misrepresent it. Remove Mork and
Ork. The field has plenty in it's self to make fun of like Space Elevators, grey goo (a scenario in which replicating assemblers assimilate all organic matter into themselves (not likely, but for uncyclopedia if it can be made funny)) , being able to manufacture anything, stainless pants. This article feels like it is just listing facts of a made up reality, without build up or a punch line.[[Special:Contributions/204.77.45.31|204.77.45.31]] 18:47, 4 February 2009 (UTC)
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Ork. The field has plenty in it's self to make fun of like Space Elevators, grey goo (a scenario in which replicating assemblers assimilate all organic matter into themselves (not likely, but for uncyclopedia if it can be made funny)), being able to manufacture anything, stainless pants, etc. without resorting to total fabrication. This article feels like it is just listing facts of a made up reality, without build up or a punch line.[[Special:Contributions/204.77.45.31|204.77.45.31]] 18:47, 4 February 2009 (UTC)

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This is not the same as nanobiotechnology, and is a much funnier article....so says me. =P Rad 15:18, 9 August 2006 (UTC)

This article has way too many random ideas. The writers should read into actual nanotechnological research to more accurately misrepresent it. Remove Mork and Ork. The field has plenty in it's self to make fun of like Space Elevators, grey goo (a scenario in which replicating assemblers assimilate all organic matter into themselves (not likely, but for uncyclopedia if it can be made funny)), being able to manufacture anything, stainless pants, etc. without resorting to total fabrication. This article feels like it is just listing facts of a made up reality, without build up or a punch line.204.77.45.31 18:47, 4 February 2009 (UTC)

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