Many have come to accept, and stick with, the dogma that no person can flourish in more than one field of specialty. Is that really true?
•Ask the COMMUNICATOR who discovers [and harnesses] his "gifts" in
Sound Intellect (to engage anyone in meaningful conversation), high prowess for Teaching (to impart knowledge effortlessly into others), a Unique Vocal Tool by which listeners' attention is gotten and sustained, to mention only a few [...one and the same person].
•Ask the RESEARCHER whose lines of ever-expanding interest take
him to the extremes of Energy, Environment, Manufacturing, Marine Science, Neurology [and Neuro-Linguistics] PhonoChemistry, PhotoChemistry, Psychology [and Psycho-Analysis], Recycling, even with a focus on Nanotechnology (...one and the same person). Yet, (s)he does ALL with the excellence and precision required of others who would rather dedicate their lifetime to just one or two of the above.
•Ask King David, by whose 'CV' we see what it means to succeed as a Shepherd, a Warrior, a King, etc.
At GreenTempers, we not only DO particular professions; we DO ALL that pertain to fullness of life. It's the aim of Green Tempers Solutions to bring sanity back to earth by suppressing the "misdeed" [evident in by atmospheric and character pollution] and then harnessing it for the good of Humanity and the Environment.
Fundamentally, nano-technology is the engineering of functional systems at the atomic/molecular scale. This, of course, covers both current work and more advanced concepts. In its original sense, 'nanotechnology' refers to the projected ability to construct items from the bottom up, using techniques and tools being developed today to make complete, high performance products.
"I want to build a billion tiny factories, models of each other, which are manufacturing simultaneously. . . The principles of physics, as far as I can see, do not speak against the possibility of maneuvering things atom by atom. It is not an attempt to violate any laws; it is something, in principle, that can be done; but in practice, it has not been done because we are too big."
— Richard Feynman, Nobel Prize winner in Physics
There has been an immeasurable, organic growth in the interdisciplinary field of Nanotechnology. Research in the NANO field has produced cutting edge discoveries and application in the "physical" world of Communications, Computing, Imaging, Manufacturing, etc.
A higher promise exists for all of mankind, as we further apply NANO in the "biological" world of Medicine; Biotechnology, Biomedical Engineering, Genetics, etc; in the Health and Wellness Industry.