In November of 2009 I was informed that sections of this web page had been illegally reproduced without permission by artist Seth Price through The author Fredric Rice (that is me) has put forth a great many hours and much effort creating this web p...
This is an extended web version of the published in the Feb/Mar 1997 issue of MIT Technology Review. This version has greater technical detail and embedded links.
The best survey of self-replication written to date is , a book co-authored by and , which describes all proposed and experimentally realized self-replicating systems that were publicly known as of 2004 ranging from nanoscale to macroscale sys...
Nanotechnology is an expected future manufacturing technology that will make most products lighter, stronger, cleaner, less expensive and more precise.
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The good educator insists on exercise, play, and plentiful sleep:
The science and steps to help the mind concentrate and get more work done
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A simple guide to living a less annoying life. Post your annoying everyday problem on Florida Orange Juice's Little Annoyances, Big Prize Contest for a chance to win a comedy-filled trip for tw...
Neuroscience research involving epileptic patients with brain electrodes surgically implanted in their medial temporal lobes shows that patients learned to consciously control individual neurons deep in the brain with thoughts.
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In honor of Banned Books Week, Geekosystem's Susana Polo looks at 10 great science fiction novels that have been banned, or at least threatened with removal from libraries and schools.
50 Ways To Boost Your Brain Power
Seriously! It's not your fault if a oven screws up a recipe, it's the oven's fault for being lazy!