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MarqFJA
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12:33:04 PM Jan 20th 2013
We really should note the most common misconception that fiction tends to perpetuate about nanotechnology: That it only involves Nanomachines. It's actually a lot broader than that; for one, you don't need nanomachines to build nanomaterials or nanoelectronics, though it would certainly make it easier to do so.
189.79.166.76
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06:53:41 AM Nov 24th 2010
Halt! Nothing about Nanobreaker? It basically is made of this trope.
00Davo
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11:17:53 PM Mar 6th 2010
edited by 00Davo
Nanobots are ridiculously useful in science fiction.
Fan: Wait, how did Jewel return from the alternate dimension?
Author: Nanobots.
Fan: And where did Xan get the ability to create force fields?
Author: Nanobots.
Fan: And how can the starship travel faster than light?
Author: Nanobots.
It's like A Wizard Did It, but for sci fi! — OODavo
joeyjojo
10:01:30 PM May 2nd 2010
your point?
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