- nano- + bot (Wiktionary)
“Duke (Channing Tatum) and Ripcord (Marlon Wayans) are entrusted with delivering a new 'nanobot' weapon created by arms merchant McCullen (a terrifically scenery-chewing Christopher Eccleston).”
“Nanotechnology is likely to have revolutionary implications for medicine (imagine a "nanobot" no more than a few atoms in size, programmed to deliver chemotherapy drugs directly to a specific cell).”
“What’ll happen is that sometime in the next iteration of the gaming cycle, some developer-fan will take the basic ideas without purchasing the property, and give you credit by calling the nanobot ammo material “scalzon” or something.”
“Smoke Monster was in fact a kind of nanobot cloud similar to the one featured in Michael”
“Re-Mission" has players navigate a "nanobot" through the insides of a human body and shoot at cancer cells.”
“In the case of those people who have been identified as not returning thier forms or filling in the wrong information despite having the nanobot markerlights on their hands/face/whathaveyou immediatly a crack team of elite census buracrats will desend from black helocoppters (they run silent to, niffty things those) and force you to pay a postage fine of up to and including”
“The government has secretly been adding nanobot tramsmitters into your Cheetos for a year now.”
“Agent Jack's skull, as well as his whole head, has been replaced by a virtually unbreakable Omnisensor helmet, while Agent Jill's skeletal and muscular systems have been replaced by a techno-organic frame and a highly adaptive nanobot armor.”
“At that point, for all anyone knew, it was entirely plausible that aliens might have set up a nanobot workshop right under our noses.”
“Steve Fever" by Greg Egan is a story with an unassuming start (family farm boy named Lincoln yearns to leave for the big city), a semi-mind-blowing premise (that the yearning is due to a nanobot virus designed to resurrect their creator, Steve), and a disappointing ending (Lincoln's role in story ends and Steve's story is left unresolved).”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘nanobot’.
pretty open-ended here—terms, ideas, lingo, technologies and phenomena (real or postulated) that are, were, should be or could be used in speculative fiction
these came into effect from 2011
For stuff to simply reside.
Just what it says. Words that end in -ot.
Words I like!
( personal list, favorite words, randomness )
Odd or mysterious beings.
Also check out the automachine list by drusky.
Looking for tweets for nanobot.