Nanobots & nanotechnology

In the second episode of Real Life Sci-Fi we check out our literally smallest topic so far: Nanotechnology. Several science fiction writers wrote books about it, and more than a hundred years later it’s real life technology.

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  1. very intresting stuff. star trek and stargate did many episodes about nanotech.
    michael crichton is definetly worth a second look. he is one of my favorite autor/direktor.
    1973 Westworld (absolut spektakular movie)
    1977 Coma
    1999 the 13th warior(totaly uderated)

  2. I'm a IT person so I have alot of interest in any Scifi tech like this. I also have a nerve damage to my peripheral nervous system because of a genetic problem. I don't know if I would consider it or not if it were available. It could do so much harm and so much good. I like your question of when do we stop being human though.

  3. The first SciFi use of nano technology I can remember is Star Trek: The Next Generation when Wesley left the top off his nanite container. Or something like that… Cool video!

  4. +Sci-Fi-Night (@SciFiNight on Twitter) re: (comments section) 'I have a special episode planned specifically for "Star Trek" (franch.) technology!'
    – That could be fun – plenty of developments to choose from, as well.

    Nice to include a section on writers (01:36).

    On a side note, there's actually an animated version of 'The Tale of Cross-eyed Lefty from Tula and the Steel Flea,' a.k.a. 'The Steel Flea' (01:43) – 'Left-Hander' (1964).

  5. To get the an inkling, of the what, when, how and why about how nanotechnology might effect mankind. I suggest the science fiction novel "Einstein Bridge" by John Cramer. It construction of a whole new alternative world history. You'll clap, when you finish the book. Trust me.

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