Isn’t nanotechnology the basis of so many 2000s sci-fi movies and novels? If nanotechnology thrives in your body to help you lower cholesterol, repair bones, and clear disease from your body, is this a theological issue? What if it helped you think better, live longer, and enduring more?
Is this a spiritual problem where technology is intersected? Are we playing God?
I’ll be honest, I don’t have a theological argument for or against this. But nanotechnology is NOT science fiction anymore. It is coming and soon.
Below is the video from the TED YouTube channel that is talking about where technology currently is with nanotechnology and surprise, it’s here. Here is the description of the video:
Nearly every other year the transistors that power silicon computer chip shrink in size by half and double in performance, enabling our devices to become more mobile and accessible. But what happens when these components can’t get any smaller? George Tulevski researches the unseen and untapped world of nanomaterials. His current work: developing chemical processes to compel billions of carbon nanotubes to assemble themselves into the patterns needed to build circuits, much the same way natural organisms build intricate, diverse and elegant structures. Could they hold the secret to the next generation of computing?
[Video via YouTube]