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Can a programable self-replicating nano robots be made

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#1 seivtcho

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Posted 02 March 2015 - 09:02 PM


Self-replicating machines are supposed to revolutionize our world and give us a lot of things, including an immortality. Hopes are even given even for gathering energy, and providing us with food. The progress so far seems to be helpless in creating a nanobot, that can duplicate itself. Even the simplest cells are much more advanced from this point of view - they can take all of the needed atoms and molecules from the environment and self-replicate. The difference, is that they have a program, that they follow - the DNA.

If we want to build a self - replicating machine, is it only missing the software coding and the information transfer from machine to machine? Maybe we should take an example from the nature, and find some way to insert ones and zeros into the small nanobots. What do you think about that?



#2 Russ Maughan

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Posted 20 March 2015 - 08:54 AM

I could design and build a fullsize robot that would farm, cut trees, mill them into lumber, build houses and build copies of itself. I could not design and build a set of micro bots that shared a common mind. I think the technology will be possible someday but I don't think they will use radio to think together. If not a comunal mind but programmed with that much information in such a small container, maybe. I'd need to learn more about programming languages to develop an analog computer and optimised language for them. Digital, no. Too slow.



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Posted 20 March 2015 - 09:15 AM

Perhaps you are an engineer. I wonder why farm robots are not spread already. This may stop the food shortage problem.

 

At this moment the nature has succeeded in building only one type of successful self-replicating microscopic thing, and this is the cell. It uses DNA as a program (a set f instructions) for how to build its parts. Do you think, that this is exactly what is missing for the construction of a microscopic self-replicating machines?



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#4 David Middlemiss

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Posted 20 March 2015 - 03:06 PM

I believe in organic living technology as the next nano tech to advance nature as a whole,
Ingesting diversification, absorption of living cells, raw cells with the intent of sharing expansion of consciousness and co existent growth allows cellular and conscious expansion, invest in natural diversity, cultural diversity and free up patents, free sharing of copy written information and create, naturally, organically, globally as a unified entity and support systems will emerge as they have been pre supposed to, supporting and co creating all life simultaneously

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#5 Russ Maughan

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Posted 19 April 2015 - 01:37 PM

I think I just discovered the soul. (the entity in us that views our memories) We really are made of light, not electricity.

http://www.ncbi.nlm....pubmed/23650149

I still think particle fountains will if they haven't already, be found all throughout the human central nervous system.

Food for thought.


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#6 treonsverdery

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Posted 17 September 2015 - 08:41 PM

um yeah on imminst.org a person said how would a person build a three dimensional printer that made eentsier three dimensional printers

it is possible there was a reply like make the inkjet nozzle out of a electromagnetically responsive polymer then external electromagnetism could cause the nozzle to squinch causing microdroplets at each generation to be even eentsier.  It is possible I thought of this.

 

That way three dimensional printers could printe eentsier three dimensional printers

 

There could be numerous solutions though to producing a nozzle that prints eentsier nozzles.

 



#7 TheWisdom

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Posted 02 November 2015 - 02:21 PM

I think the problem is, if we cannot programme them, or at least include hard limits, what do we have to prevent the self replication growing out of control, and Earth becoming the grey goo?


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#8 rauzal

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Posted 13 June 2016 - 10:04 AM

I think we are a bit behind on this tech so far, but in, say, 10 years, we might see such a tech become reality. One also has to consider the risk factors involved, but from a medical point of view, nanites could be really awesome.


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#9 treonsverdery

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Posted 20 July 2016 - 11:22 PM

That there are numerous supporters of nanotechnology cheers me. 

 

another nanoassembler technology idea

 

um, think of graphene, then fold the graphene till it snaps; then the graphene has a ragged edge; the thing is what if graphene were made of something other than hexagons like heptagons and octogons and possibly 3 or 4 carbon structures (although these are nonstable /_\  [ ]) then the raggedy edge would have fine, predictable structure that fine, predictable, monoatomic structure could be used to motion atoms or give atoms to a construction, so folded novel geometry graphene (or borene) could prodcue customized atom giver or implement shapes.

 

think of a sphere rolling through a maze, at every corner it picks up an atom from the ragged edge novel geometry graphene; it rolls on determined course, building up a particular new molecule, so that is a kind of geometry programmed molecular assembly


Edited by treonsverdery, 20 July 2016 - 11:25 PM.





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