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{{Aesthetic|image1 = 220px-Nanotechnology book cover.jpg|caption1=Nanomachines, son.|related_aesthetics=[[Biopunk]]<br>[[Cyberpunk]]}}Nanopunk refers to an emerging subgenre of science fiction still very much in its infancy in comparison to its ancestor-genre cyberpunk and some of its other derivatives. The genre is especially similar to [[biopunk]], but describes a world where nanites are widely in use and nanotechnologies the predominant technological forces in society.
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{{Aesthetic|image1 = 220px-Nanotechnology book cover.jpg|caption1=Nanomachines, son.|related_aesthetics=[[Biopunk]]<br>[[Cyberpunk]]}}
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'''Nanopunk''' is an aesthetic that is heavily inspired by [[Biopunk]] and [[Cyberpunk]], and focuses on the impacts of nanotechnology. In particular, Nanopunk looks at the relationship between humans and nanotechnology, and how the government could control humans using nanotechnology.<ref>http://bestsciencefictionbooks.com/nanopunk-science-fiction.php</ref>
   
==Books==
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== Books ==
* ''Prey,'' by Michael Crichton
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* ''Blood Magic'' by Greg Bear
* ''Tech Heaven,'' by Lana Nagata
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* ''Prey'' by Michael Crichton
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* ''Queen City Jazz'' by Kathleen Ann Goonan
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* ''The Invincible'' by Stanislaw Lem
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* ''Tech Heaven'' by Lana Nagata
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* ''The Diamond Age'' by Neal Stephenson
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*Numenera players handbook (rpg)
   
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== References ==
   
 
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Latest revision as of 18:38, 20 September 2021

Nanopunk is an aesthetic that is heavily inspired by Biopunk and Cyberpunk, and focuses on the impacts of nanotechnology. In particular, Nanopunk looks at the relationship between humans and nanotechnology, and how the government could control humans using nanotechnology.[1]

Books

  • Blood Magic by Greg Bear
  • Prey by Michael Crichton
  • Queen City Jazz by Kathleen Ann Goonan
  • The Invincible by Stanislaw Lem
  • Tech Heaven by Lana Nagata
  • The Diamond Age by Neal Stephenson
  • Numenera players handbook (rpg)

References