While you and I are sitting at home writing articles on Wizzley that inform and inspire others, there are high tech scientists working on things we can only dream of creating. They speak in lingo that a highly trained biochemist would be baffled by and they play around with things so tiny you couldn't see them with the most expensive consumer microscope out there. Lucky for us, they are working on things that many of us would love to see come out in our lifetime like replicators, transporters, phasers, just to name a few.
Speaking of replicators, a device captioned on Star Trek- well all of them, that can instantly take air molecules and sequence them into just about anything. The theory is that if you can control individual atoms, sequence them (move them into configurations and latch them together so to speak) that you can generate anything. All things are made of the same atoms just sequenced in different ways to create them (to put it very simply).
All you would need, according to Star Trek theology, is the "pattern" which would be a very powerful and intricate CAD file that tells the computer how say a bowl, soup contents, and a fork would be created (separately). In this article I'm going to share with you what I've learned about these things.