Thursday, February 17, 2011

How Will These Random Mechanomer Stocks Be Tested for Mechanomers Performing Desired Functions?

Matricial mechanomeric selection, analogous to antibiotic sensitivity testing, will be the simplest and most common form of such selection, at its own simplest matriciating (spreading and arraying) a sample of a replicated random mechanomer stock across or through or into a thin layer; overlaying that matrix with any materials and subjecting it to any other conditions needed for the desired function; analyzing the matrix identifying locations in which the desired function is being performed; extracting the mechanomers from those locations for further replication and testing, perhaps by another round of such development (using a different matriciation to redistribute the mechanomers in the sample); and replicating the mechanomer finally selected for its performance of the desired function for production.

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