The document you linked to seems to only prove my point.
That molecular assembly is a complex and directed process involving extensive interelated mechanisms.
That these processes are templated, and not universal.
It also supports the idea that non-aqueous processes are limited in their utility.
Additionally that adapted biological mechanisms are the model.
However molecular engineering, chemistry, and lithography do not a "Universal Assembler" make.
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