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  • n. An integrated circuit whose size is measured in nanometres


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  • In turn, they prefigure those elaborated by Robert Fludd, Giordano Bruno, Charles Babbage, and the most recent nanochip.

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • And your uncle te lls me that the stones each have a nanochip embedded within the House Harakamian logo lasered into the girdle of the stones.


  • Our new technology has allowed us to insert a nanochip that has helped to do something thought impossible.

    Ms Longshot

  • No, it’s not Vinge’s smart dust, or the self-replicating nanochip network that Arcadia runs on in my Strange Horizons stories.

    Jason Stoddard, Strange and Happy » 2010 » April

  • "I am not an expert in biophysics by any means, but someone who is qualified in this field proposed the idea that a nanochip in a" swine flu "vaccine could interact with heavy metals such as mercury and aluminium, also in that same vaccine in large quantities, to turn your body into a type of receiver for electromagnetic waves ….

    Texas Liberal


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