ISBN-13: 9781532798597 / Angielski / Miękka / 2015 / 274 str.
"nanobugged" is a book of conspiracy, psychology, sociology, survival, technology, addiction, love, sexy, wit, bravery, action, autobiography, imagination, anarchy, suspense, and surprise. "nanobugged" is the true accounts of how a small town young man became unwillingly involved with the DEA, FBI, and CIA. The young man, "Shep" set himself up for the wrath of a gang of renegade federal agents and found it to be an overwhelming situation. The events that led to the idea and the realness of possibly being a human bug (a human walkie-talkie) became convincing enough. He had two choices, let it kill him or turn the wrath to grapes. Seeing the amplification of his situation gave view to the direction all mankind is bound in. So grapes it would be. All this runs together on rails of truth. Delivering the reader to the final chapter, and that is when the purpose of the book has only just begun. Nanotechnology has the publicity of being complicated and futuristic. It is also here, now, in simple design and around us everyday. It's not a question of if nanobugs will be possible, they are possible. Research will show the mainstream advances in nanotechnology, but with good reason the developments of some of it is held as a threat to national security. Only a few of those reasons are addressed in this book in order to give knowledge to the people and knowledge is power. Keith S. Taylor