Mikal M. De Valia left a comment for Chief Editor- Nanopaprika
"make sure you pay attention to people who associate nanotechnology with negative chemical poisons coming from jet planes...

militaryindustrial rumour may have more truth to it than it might seem to on the surface.  take care!"
Aug 21
Mikal M. De Valia left a comment for Chief Editor- Nanopaprika
"hi.  journalist here. independent.
instead of wasting time on dusty forums, i'll share with my new friend, how's that?  if anything's not okay, you just let me know.

Foresight Press Advisory: Palo Alto, CA ñ January 20, 2004 ñ A report released tod…"
Aug 21
Mikal M. De Valia replied to olga's discussion Cancer, a serious problem
Aug 21
Mikal M. De Valia commented on Chief Editor- Nanopaprika's blog post Sustainable Nanotechnology School - first edition - University Ca' Foscari Venice (Italy), 11 - 16th January 2015
"more than one member likes this.
incidentally i am an artist. that's my interest in nanotechnology!"
Aug 21
Mikal M. De Valia left a comment for Mikal M. De Valia
"a table at the gratitude cafe.
-jason mraz
(the dreamer is the real me!)

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Dymaxion House as installed in Henry Ford Museum


The word Dymaxion is a term that Buckminster Fuller used for several of his inve…"
Aug 21
Mikal M. De Valia left a comment for TINC
"thanks, TINC

i'm a young solar architect working and experimenting with domes in the United States. the adversity of minds is considerable.  thank you for including me."
Aug 21
Mikal M. De Valia commented on Michael McDonald aka CaptNano's blog post Future planes, cars may be made of `buckypaper'
"THE SUGGESTION is that application of RBFuller-related technologies
adds an entirely new level.  sustainability has to be rethought: the less anticipation of needs and trends, the more money is wasted that could be allocated elsewhere.  "
Aug 21
Mikal M. De Valia posted a photo
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