#3
We know
Tick tock and waiting for the meteor
This clock is opening another door
#4
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#7
What about items that have moving mechanisms on the inside?
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#9
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What about items that have moving mechanisms on the inside?

they haven't gotten that far yet
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#10
these have actually been around for a long time, but only recently been small enough and cost effective enough to be used by smaller businesses (used to cost ungodly amounts of money). Historically they've been used for rapid prototyping but they're starting to be used to make real products or parts in machinery. My we have one in the engineering building on campus for rapid prototyping. Look up the RepRap project, they're working on home use, desktop sized versions that can replicate themselves by printing all the parts needed to make a new one. They're at something like 95% of the parts last I heard.
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#11
If this technology is developed sufficiently, it will revolutionize the economy.
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what's the point in being "philiosophical"?

Interesting question...