Tag Archives: Nanites

Back To Nature

Lance and Jen walked along the boarded forest trail. The silvery, “Ranger” android assigned to them, played the latest sports scores as it walked ahead of them. Occasionally it offered news on the latest stock market news related to the … Continue reading

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When Laughing Is Dangerous

It was a beautiful day in the park, perfect for the technology fair. Colorful booths decorated with balloons and colorful signs proclaimed a plethora of innovative technologies. Perhaps the most ground-breaking technology belonged to Jeremy. Unfortunately, due to his poor … Continue reading

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Doing A Body Good

I watched the vulture looking at me hungrily as I lay on the ground bleeding and injured. I would die as I lay broken in the desert of Arizona. The medical nanites in me, that I invented, could insure I … Continue reading

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Finding The Brain – The Speakeasy

Finding The Brain “Tell me if you’re game,” said the excavator. It raised its shovel head and tapped the pickup truck, denting it. “Helloooo! Are you there?” It broadcast on the 723 MHz frequency band, the only communications channel it … Continue reading

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Tiny Friends – The Speakeasy

Tiny Friends Miriam licked her ice cream with relish and grinned shyly as some dribbled down her chin. Greg smiled back, ever amused with her one-dimpled smile. The anti-psychotic drugs worked miracles upon her. The girl he first met with … Continue reading

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The Great Purple Worms – The Speakeasy at Yeah Write

Written for the Speakeasy at Yeah Write. A story about a terrifying revenge begins after the image. Genre: Science Fiction/Horror The Great Purple Worms “I have spent years chasing the tail of my darkness,” said Senor Maldonado. He tossed his … Continue reading

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