A new study shows that people with strong Judeo-Christian religious beliefs are far more disturbed at the prospect of nanotechnology than people without those beliefs. Apparently, this may account for why so many Americans are dismayed at the prospect of nanotech, though it doesn't explain why the so-called Bible Belt in the U.S. is packed with GMO crops. So it's OK with God if you mess with plant genomes, but not with atomic structures? What's the difference? [via ScienceDaily]