Yeah, I think electrons will be way too big in the future and will just get in the way most of the time with their Casimir effect wrecking a lot of the manipulations at those resolutions and below

Yes – the History Channel would live up to its name.

Spacetime folding would be the major key and super high resolution imaging tech.

As it stands, we can’t even see the leftover bits from NASA on the Moon. We’re not even close to that yet:
http://curious.astro.cornell.edu/…/122-are-there…

Then again, we’re not even close to folding spacetime.

However, theoretically? Most definitely possible. I’m thinking we may need to master neutrinos somehow somewhere in the process because they can slip next to stuff. [ie – we need very small things instead of big fat electrons. Yeah, I think electrons will be way too big in the future and will just get in the way most of the time with their Casimir effect wrecking a lot of the manipulations at those resolutions and below]

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