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10 questions about the impact of nanotechnology in the next industrial revolution

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The impact of nanotechnology on the economy has yet to be seen. However, in Transcendental we try to anticipate what those consequences might be.

  1. How will we manufacture with nanotechnology? Will it be possible to create nanotech domestic 3D printers?

  2. To what level can we take the nanofabrication? Will there be something that can not be nanofabricated?

  3. Will nanotechnology be used to create the next recycling plants at the atom level?

  4. Will we have in our nano-paper houses that decompose any waste in their raw material atoms?

  5. Will the following water treatment plants be designed based on nanotechnology? Can we have them at home?

  6. Can nanotechnology create desalination plants?

  7. What will be the maximum size of an object that will allow the creation of nanotechnology?

  8. If nanoreplication using nanotechnology 3D printers threatens paper money. Will it be an incentive to cryptocurrencies?
  1. Will it be possible to obtain energy at low cost through solar panels, mills or other nanofabricated objects?

  2. If the raw material is free through nano-recycling and almost free energy, how dizzying will the competition be simply designing a better prototype than the competition?

  3. We will move from selling products to selling software products so that users can nanofabrify in their homes with their 3D nano printers from the elements of the periodic table

Y tú... ¿Qué piensas?

Transcendental characters respond to these and other questions, but the interesting thing is to collect the speculations of the readers. Choose the question/s you want and leave your answer/s.

Do not forget that the first three chapters of the novel are available for free, download them through this link. Answer the questions by leaving a comment on the following form.


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