Isaac Asimov Quote

Miniaturization doesn't actually make sense unless you miniaturize the very atoms of which matter is composed. Otherwise a tiny brain in a man the size of an insect, composed of normal atoms, is composed of too few atoms for the miniaturized man to be any more intelligent than the ant. Also, miniaturizing atoms is impossible according to the rules of quantum mechanics.


As quoted in Omni's Screen Flights/Screen Fantasies (1984) edited by Danny Peary, p. 5

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