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Re: Bioelectronics
melda1980   4/12/2014 10:21:12 PM
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How many mushroom?
_hm   4/12/2014 9:26:13 AM
How many mushrooms are required for 100g of gold? Will this imbalance other economic factor - price, availability etc?

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Sheepdoll   4/11/2014 9:18:09 PM
I recall years ago reading an article on using a similar process to pull contaminated radioactive metals out of the ground.  Seems quite a number of plants require metals to grow properly.

As much as the forced hype on IoT, I still feel TNBT (The next big thing) is bioelectronics.  Since plants can pull the carbon out of CO2 to build structure, a method similar to FDM 3D printing using organics, should be able to lay down layers of Graphine or even possibly the diamond matrix.


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