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The Expanse and its compatibility with OA
Nano advanced enough to do so has medical and other implications as well. But the Expanse sidesteps most personal and biological alterations, I guess because they figure human audiences can't relate to posthumans. Same reason Star Trek had the Federation outright ban human engineering, as do most media portrayals of the future. People want to see other people. The shows and films that do have some form of human modification, usually show it in a purely negative light. (KHAAAAAAAN!) Or as a way to get super-powers.

Which is a shame. I'd love to see a hard science show about developing posthumans, complete with social implications.

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RE: The Expanse and its compatibility with OA - by Noclevername - 05-17-2019, 07:09 PM

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