Quantum Nanotechnology/NANOTECHNOLOGY IS HERE By Elliott Giles
NANOTECHNOLOGY IS HERE 
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September 22, 2008
A significant breakthrough in Nanotechnology has finally been discovered!
After 20 years of research, and tests Monday, hosts and funding directors of the 3.6 billion dollar project, were Professor Scott Baker and Diane Dooley who greeted military officials and invited guests of the media.
In full view of colleagues, reporters, investors, leading Scientists Darrel Hammond, Michael Thomas, and Dr. Katie Caruso, (Then Mathematical Physics professor of Unilever University, Paris) were present to unveil stable fractal nannites between four everyday chemicals, each set at opposites corners of the lab.
After announcements by Baker and Dooley inaugurating the event and an eerie silence filled the lab as Caruso started a powerful Electromagnetic reversal generator with a loud clack, which hummed to life from the back of the room engaging a single nannite where attention was directed to the center of the room by Hammond and Thomas as they explained how the process works.
Onlookers and Film crews captured millions of small bug-like masses steadily grow to about eight inches across, Thomas explained that these were nannites replicating themselves, and suddenly the generator shutdown with another sudden but load clang. As Hammond and Thomas continued explaining, along with inputs from Katie still on the other side a hush filled the area.
Then the changing mass calmly moved across the floor into one container filled with different compounds where it quickly broke them down, transporting it to the second, third and forth rearranging each of the remaining three molecular bonds of one into another, from ordinary tap water, dry table salt, sugar, and back to the forth into detergent.
The nannites then reversed the process forming different formulas in each container, explaining what each was, and how each process functioned. With that, the successful demonstration ended with applause and cheers followed by ceremonies, celebration, drinks, and food, held at the department of theoretical testing laboratory at Sharp University in Des Moines Iowa.
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