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Point O is fixed in space. the four short ones forming a rhombus. the linkage is a mechanical implementation of the ancient problem of inversion in a circle. For this surely could not happen without knowledge, and there can be any knowledge except in a mind” (AT VII 442). But this work can extend beyond the laboratory. The resolution expected should be around a nanometer. Quantum physicists are no doubt excitedly discussing these marvelous results with a passion most people reserve for Super Bowl Sunday.

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