The bearded man tromps in his sandals across the Berkeley campus of the University of California. He talks about multiple universes. He ruminates about making itsy-bitsy machines powered by “motors stolen off the tail end of an E. coli bacteria.” He says that science and technology are going to “fuzz out the line between the living and the nonliving.” He stops dead in his tracks and proclaims, “My lab is colder... More >>>