#21: Bawang Putih, Bawang Merah: Reloaded

Once upon a time long before renowned physicist Richard Feynman first discussed the concepts of what later became nanotechnology in 1959,[1] there lived two sisters in a remote village.

The elder sister was named Bawang Putih, Malay for garlic, and the younger sister was named Bawang Merah, which is Malay for shallot.

Every day, they would help their mum at the…

Oh, never mind.

The readers should really just read ‘Cinderella’ and be done with it, because it’s basically the same story but with a better name for its main character.

The End (of this book).

[1] ‘There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom’ (1959). Feynman described the possibility of synthesis via direct manipulation of atoms. Apparently.

#21: Bawang Putih, Bawang Merah: Reloaded

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