The NanoMedicine Suit By Isabel Cutter
"The Chinese guarded their knowledge of silk, but, according to one story, a Chinese princess given in marriage to a Khotan prince brought to the oasis the secret of silk manufacture, "hiding silkworms in her hair as part of her dowry", probably in the first half of the first century CE. About 550 AD, Christian monks are said to have smuggled silkworms, in a hollow stick, out of China and sold the secret to the Byzantine Empire."
The Saga Continues....
Flashback in the Lab Nanite Medical suit
Koko: Jones so you think we can merge the fibres and the nanite tech together without disintegrating the fabric as acid is part of the micro bonding.
Jones: We need to maintain the hydrogen bonds in order the fabric to be fledge-proof from bullets.
Koko: This science can be applied to construction of vehicles and buildings replacing the armour shields as second skins.
Jones: Yes koko, let’s get the chemicals set up and make sure we maintain the machine temperature at 10 degrees centigrade. We need to make the polymers threads for the suits. The then sheeting can be done on industrial scale.
Koko: Let’s start on the so the nanite polymer liquidation through the filtration system.
Jones: The bonds should happen without hardening too quickly improving material flexibility and reducing the bullet speed once it comes into contact.
Koko: The traditional concept is applied as pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics meaning we put in a foreign substance into the body to trigger the healing process.
Jones: Explain further.
Koko: The drugs send a signal to the cell membrane, trigging the lymphatic systems to start working and draining the body of the foreign disease. It’s like punching a hole into healthy cells to trigger healing.
Jones: Hold the funnel for me for a second.
Koko: The thinner the fabric the higher quality of the bonding.
Jones: I will set up the funnels to get the right temperature to create an emulsification process to separate the nanite bonds. Trial and error until the bonds are strong enough.
Koko: The once the acid breaks the bonds down we should be able to bond it to the mori worm silk by slowing introducing the non-fragmented nanites further down the filtration system to make the bond.
Jones: Why are we converting the nanoMedicine into suit?
Koko: Sometimes when in crush situation we throw a blanket. I need to make different blankets for such situations.
Jones: The blanket then needs to be capable to adapt in long term.
Koko: The most important part would be stop body from crushing and stop bleeding. I need to make living blanket. It would target specific cells. Some of the drugs have poor solubility and take longer to in hydrophilic and hydrophobic environments.
Jones: The logical would be the second skin blanket and medicine to prevent the body crushing on the scene. We can make liquids to trigger the external requirements.
Koko: Well thought out. We need to account for environment changes for the fabric storage. The fabric has to be PH neutral. The magnetic properties need to be of a low frequency for the combat gear.
Jones: Do we have a deadline for test subject.
Koko: Jones Classified above our pay grade.
Koko: The purity of the fibres is important as what keeps the fibre fledge-proof.
Back in Interrogation
Teddy: Jones explain this camera and paperwork that you are taking. You were debriefed about lab rules
Jones: I want a lawyer.
Teddy: Send Logan in.
Logan: Jones we found the research published without authorisation by one of our former contractors. This is now treason against our government as the research is funded by them.
Jones: I worked with an co-worker of hers on the extraction of notes and passwords to access.
Logan: Names on sheet don’t say them, I will take care of business.
Jones: What are my options?
Logan: The only way to cut a deal is if you tell us who you sold the information to? You will be processed under Sharia Law as it is your religion. The crime is punishable by death.
Jones: No I want to be charged under United Nations laws.
Logan: Oh I see the coin has two faces now.
copyright Koko&Teddy® all rights reserved Published 16/07/15
Isabel M Cutter