Nanotechnology stories, books, poems, and more

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The Booksie Classic House

This is the prologue for a novel I've taken a few attempts at over the years. If you're interested leave a comment and/or some ideas and I'll happily continue it. Thanks for checking it out! Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

The year is 2032, life is pretty much the same, except the fast-food industry dominates the economy thanks to an advancement in nanotechnology: the 'fat-fighter', capable of negating the effects of food to a desired - often socially required - amount. Just a simple injection after a meal, and the… Read More
A personal essay on my opinion on the availibility of Biological Engineering through use of nanotechnology. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Mankind has only two choices after science and technology renders the species utterly obsolete and incapable of survival in the future. One choice compels humanity to submit body and soul to a sinister supernatural civilisation, whilst the other impels mankind to submit to a utopian bioengineering paradigm. The first choice… Read More

Book / Thrillers

February 15, 2011

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The Booksie Classic House

Can science create belief, almost instantly connecting people and making them have the same worldview? In this modern version of the body snatchers, a nefarious university professor sets out to change humanity from the inside out. However, one of his students stumbles upon the diabolical plan and races to save… Read More
This is an essay I wrote about 2 years ago for the Dupont Writing Challenge. The challenge was to write about current technology that could help society and there was a word limit of 1,000 words. I won $1,000 which was the Regional first place winner i think. The national… Read More
When a war ending blast incinerates Haley Cork’s father half a world away, she becomes the only one who can get justice for the billions of dead, and must use the powers of the mysterious Blue Door to find and imprison those responsible. Fantasy: 92,000 words Most of the world’s… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

a jail cell talk from the near future Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

2007, Hamburg. As tongues of flame still rise from the fourth story of an apartment building, Sara is still clinging to the neck of her mother's body with her stubby toddler's hands. Still a year old, she is the sole survivor of the tragedy -- at least, for now. But… Read More

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