A Real World ‘Star Trek’ Replicator Is Now Possible Thanks To New Breakthrough

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by Eric Mack                 March 9, 2018                  (forbes.com)

• The New York-based Mattershift, a start-up business founded by alumni from MIT and Yale, has reported in the journal Science Advances that they’ve successfully created a ‘replicator’ machine that can 3-d print literally anything out of thin air using large-scale carbon nanotube (CNT) membranes that are able to combine and separate individual molecules.

• Mattershift’s approach is more about separating and combining molecules to form new raw materials, which is why working on creating fuels is a logical place to start. Mattershift founder and CEO Dr. Rob McGinnis says, “[R]ight now we’re working to remove CO2 from the air and turn it into fuels. This has already been done using conventional technology… Using our tech, I think we’ll be able to produce carbon-zero gasoline, diesel, and jet fuels that are cheaper than fossil fuels.”

• “It should be possible… to make anything we need from basic molecular building blocks,” said McGinnis. “We’re talking about printing matter from the air. Imagine having one of these devices with you on Mars. You could print food, fuels, building materials, and medicines from the atmosphere and soil or recycled parts without having to transport them from Earth.”

[Editor’s Note]  This certainly give credence to the claims by Corey Goode, Emery Smith, and other insiders that our secret space programs commonly use food replicators in its off-planet and underground facilities, which draws molecules from food scraps and the air to make various types of meals. It is said that these foods are particularly healthy and tasty because they are not grown from pesticide and chemical-infested mega-farm fields, and processed with food additives. So the replicated food tastes pure and fresh and is more healthy. This is a technology that should be among the first to be available to the public, even though Monsanto will surely attempt to suppress this technology.

 

A startup with alumni from MIT and Yale says it’s made a breakthrough in creating a next-generation material that should make it possible to 3-d print literally anything out of thin air.

New York-based Mattershift has managed to create large-scale carbon nanotube (CNT) membranes that are able to combine and separate individual molecules.

Dr. Rob McGinnis

“This technology gives us a level of control over the material world that we’ve never had before,” said Mattershift Founder and CEO Dr. Rob McGinnis in a release. “For example, right now we’re working to remove CO2 from the air and turn it into fuels. This has already been done using conventional technology, but it’s been too expensive to be practical. Using our tech, I think we’ll be able to produce carbon-zero gasoline, diesel, and jet fuels that are cheaper than fossil fuels.”

CNTs have been identified as holding promise for a number of potential applications, from better golf clubs, fuels and medicines to far-out concepts like space elevators. A study published this week in the journal Science Advances confirms that Mattershift’s large CNT membranes perform as well as the small prototypes we’ve seen so far.
The company says their breakthrough brings down the difficulty and cost of manufacturing the material, which should allow the technology to burst out of the confines of university labs.

“It should be possible to combine different types of our CNT membranes in a machine that does what molecular factories have long been predicted to do: to make anything we need from basic molecular building blocks,” said McGinnis. “We’re talking about printing matter from the air. Imagine having one of these devices with you on Mars. You could print food, fuels, building materials, and medicines from the atmosphere and soil or recycled parts without having to transport them from Earth.”

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