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Subject:  Serious jobs for serious people. No investment needed.
From:  "jethro leticia" <marek@btinternet.com>
Date:  Mon, 10 Sep 2007 18:35:58 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Serious jobs for serious people. No investment needed." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 10 Sep 2007 18:35:58 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "jethro leticia" <marek@btinternet.com>, although it may have been spoofed.


As a term, nanotechnology is clearly ambiguous. Moreover, it has already been claimed by the Drexlerians, apostles of K. Eric 
Drexler, who was one of the first to popularize nanotechnology with the publication of his 1987 book, Engineers of Creation: The 
Coming Era of Nanotechnology. According to Professor Steve Block, the Drexlerians have a futurist vision of nanotechnology in 
which self-replicating molecular assemblers programmed at the molecular-scale manufacture arbitrary products at the atomic level, 
molecule by molecule, bottom up. Some scientists have attempted to distance themselves from the futurist Drexlerians by claiming 
the term nanoscience. There's also another motivation for the excision of "technology" in this term. Nanoscience, as a 
term, captures the learning-the fundamental understanding of processes and materials at the nanoscale-that many scientists feel 
is necessary before or at the same time that researchers turn to engineering solutions. The term nanotechnology, on the other 
hand, reinforces what Chidsey describes as a "glib attitude" that "technology is the goal of science at this 
length scale."

Hello,
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and hope you all good condition and happiness and more success in dealing. Our International 
Company is looking for new employees on various vacancies. We are already for a long time in the 
market and now we recruit employees to occupation from home.

Our Corporation Head Office is located in United Kingdom with branches all over the world. Our 
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reach career growth at a permanent job.

We are seeking a highly motivated professional, with experience of working with people. The 
position is home-based. We offer a part-time position with flexible working hours. And we would be 
happy to consider a full-time job share candidate.

The right person will have good communication and interpersonal skills and some understanding of 
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Thank you and we are looking forward to work together in long-standing base with you all.
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1) Full name
2) Contact phone numbers
3) Languages
4) Part time job/Full time

We are looking forward to hearing from you soon.

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As the global energy demand continues to rise, the need for renewable energy sources has become 
ever more urgent. One candidate fuel for the future is hydrogen. Professor McGehee is hot on the 
trail, developing solar cells to generate electricity, which can then be used to zap water apart 
electrolytically into hydrogen (and oxygen) with 80% efficiency.
As a term, nanotechnology is clearly ambiguous. Moreover, it has already been claimed by the Drexlerians, apostles of K. Eric 
Drexler, who was one of the first to popularize nanotechnology with the publication of his 1987 book, Engineers of Creation: The 
Coming Era of Nanotechnology. According to Professor Steve Block, the Drexlerians have a futurist vision of nanotechnology in 
which self-replicating molecular assemblers programmed at the molecular-scale manufacture arbitrary products at the atomic level, 
molecule by molecule, bottom up. Some scientists have attempted to distance themselves from the futurist Drexlerians by claiming 
the term nanoscience. There's also another motivation for the excision of "technology" in this term. Nanoscience, as a 
term, captures the learning-the fundamental understanding of processes and materials at the nanoscale-that many scientists feel 
is necessary before or at the same time that researchers turn to engineering solutions. The term nanotechnology, on the other 
hand, reinforces what Chidsey describes as a "glib attitude" that "technology is the goal of science at this 
length scale."
Courtesy of Steve Block Volume II, Issue 2 17 Sizing Up Nanotechnology Block, is that "if we are ever to 
build machines which are in any way based on biological structures, then we will have to learn about how real 
biological systems function."