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Looks like humans are gonna need some kind of antivirus........dammit
Originally posted by Pervius
Nanotechnology will be used to kill people.
Put in in say Coca Cola. The nano-bots could be there harmlessly in your system. If someone doesn't like what you are saying on the internet, they could use your wireless router and assign your nano-bots a Serial Number..and a mission. Death to you.
Nanotechnology= Judgement Day...and it isn't God deciding who lives and who dies.
Nobody would ever know you died from nano-bots in your system. They making killing easier than mankind's ever experienced.
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