... and your basing this opinion on what? ... your purported technical abilities? We've already seen that you couldn't grasp thermodynamics, so it's no surprise you don't grasp how this tech works either.
The silicon nanowires work, not because they are "robust", but because they are simply fixed at one end, and are free to expand, contract and otherwise deform freely without inducing any stresses.
Likewise, this nanotech solution, in which each of these particles is suspended in a matrix, also allows for the free expansion of these particles, so there will be no degradation over cycling. I suspect that these particles needn't touch, because the potential throughout that matrix allows for the propagation of ions through and around these particles.
It is sad that you have little understanding of technology, but love to run your mouth anyway. You can submit all the long winded posts that you want, but your blatantly incorrect assessments will still be dismissed.