Nanomachines could be useful in measuring cores constructing machines, even though they could exist. Obviously they can not, at least under the conditions that we can create in the laboratory. Machines must have a certain number of parts in close contact, but tightly packed nuclei repel each other fiercely. When cleaved nucleus in the explosion of Hiroshima, most of the energy freed due to fierce electrostatic repulsion just-split halves. The well-known difficulty of nuclear fusion comes from the same problem of nuclear repulsion.
Early Works: Flying Deeper Into the Century & Virgin Science
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