Tag Archives: Nanobots

Mountains From Mole Hills – Mondays Finish the Story

Mountains From Mole Hills The barista shook his head. That hedge couldn’t have moved closer overnight. Could it? “You noticed that too, eh?” said Becka. The scientist had been a customer for years. “Probably my imagination.” “Nope,” said Becka. “I … Continue reading

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Creator – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about the pride of creating something wonderful, begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction Creator Fran Rzepka was driven and ambitious. She’d produced two award-winning Nova specials so far. A third would place … Continue reading

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Nano Surveillance Breakthrough, Exposed.

ATLANTA, GA – The next time you find a fly in your beer, it may not be doing the backstroke; it may be watching you. Nanolook Systems of Atlanta, GA has announced a breakthrough nanobot surveillance. The only problem is, … Continue reading

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