Global microcomponent redistribution system

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Sometime in the future there might be a global microcomponent redistribution system running through our streets into our houses leading to faucets where you tap from or dump to microcomponents (possibly into a portable storage device containing a microcmponent transport metamaterial). These can then via microcomponent recomposers (that are either directly mounted to the faucet or seperate and portable) blazingly fast extruded to whatever (non-biological) thing you need.

This system would be part of an upgraded street infrastructure. Related: recycling.

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