In presenting a case for the dangers of nanotechnology, we will do a dump of fears, theories, and projections that may or may not have the capacity to come to fruition. In most cases they will not because of the evolution of knowledge that keeps up with technology and the unlimited number of jobs that provide protection and security to the populace. That being said, the following are scattered bits of alarm in the minds of those viewing the dangerous side of nanotechnology.

Doctors are concerned that nanoparticles are so small that they could easily cross the blood-brain barrier—a membrane that protects the brain from harmful chemicals in the bloodstream.

Eric Drexler, the man who gave nanotechnology its name, taught us about ″green ...

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