The theoretical "Augmentations" One thing that is somewhat common and has to do with medical science and my interests are augmentations, robotic, nano-technological, or even sometimes genetic enhancements. In the science fiction representations people can outperform human strength and speed with prosthetic limbs, access a chat channel or use the internet with cranial augmentations, and in some cases see through walls with visual prosthesis. The thing I want to discuss are current technologies that can be used to possibly make ideas of how to bring "Augmentations" closer, even if only in theory. One thought I have, the main one is sub-dermal armor made primarily out of Graphene. With Graphene being so light, thin, and strong you could easily implant just behind the dermis so as to protect from damage without stopping cell placement like an implant over the dermis would. Any ballistics impact is still going to tear the skin open or likely break ribs, but it's definately better to have sub-dermal armor to protect the user from maximum damage than it is to have it tear through organs. And if nano-bots could place a layer of graphene under every few layers of calcium in the bones and keep it growing then the bones would also be incredibly strong, although I am not sure if that is medically possible. I don't want to type a wall of text, I will say more in reply to anyone who comments.