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August 30, 2005

Human Innovation: New building material (understatement)

It’s really, really hard.

The voluntary sector is winning the race to increase human progress (against coercive government’s relentless destruction thereof) by constantly learning how to do more-and-more with less-and-less.

The examples of this kind of innovation are coming fast and furious. The number of such innovations is greatly out-pacing this website’s ability to keep-up. The latest example comes from Germany, where . . .

Researchers have figured out how to create industrial quantities of a nano-rod form of carbon that is harder than diamonds!

Stay tuned to learn about the uses this will have (there appear to be many).

You can learn more here.

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