>>An average feature on a Intel core duo is 65nm.
And a hundred of those maketh not a machine
No I never suggested that, and anyway you're several order of magnitude out. The figures are diameters.
You'd be able to fit 1,500,000 things of 65nm diameter in the area of a cross-section of human hair.
Even assuming a transistor size of 6λ thats approximately 42,000 transistors, which is more than enough to create something simple, a z80 had a mere 6000 transistors.
You'd still be able to fit hundreds in the size of a red blood cell.
And the idea is not to create a general purpose CPU, but a simple machine with few rules that acts in unison with other particles.
But anyway, like I said and you clearly do: Google/wikipedia first ask then ask questions when you don't understand something.