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2021-08-06 10:53:33 AM  
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MythDragon: Day_Old_Dutchie: MythDragon: What, you think this is some kind of game?

This kind of game, obviously

[upload.wikimedia.org image 280x335]

Because ants use FORMIC ACID for defense.

I was thinking more Ender's Game


So it's important for the swarm robots to have easily recalibrated spatial coordinate systems?

/the enemy gate is down
 
2021-08-06 12:34:51 AM  
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My question is... New relative to what?

Swarm intelligent nanotech was theorized by Feynman in the 50's. He talked more about the physics of the molecular/atomic scale manufacturing, but the ability to engineer an organizing principle that could be replicated was clear.
 
2021-08-05 9:29:10 PM  
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Day_Old_Dutchie: MythDragon: What, you think this is some kind of game?

This kind of game, obviously

[upload.wikimedia.org image 280x335]

Because ants use FORMIC ACID for defense.


I was thinking more Ender's Game
 
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