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