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Why would Femtotechnology be revolutionary and is it theoretically possible


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And what is some obvious technology that comes to mind when thinking about Femtotechnology

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You ask this same question over and over again, which is quite annoying. AB matter is an example of a hypothetical material trillions of times stronger than conventional matter, which would require femtotech to make. Efficient atomic transmutation would also be a form of this. Various forms of computing might be based on femto-scale particles. I'm sure there are others.


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If we had the technological ability to manipulate matter at femtometer scales, then we could transmute atoms. One application that comes to mind is converting all nuclear and toxic waste into harmless material, like carbon. 


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