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American scientists have developed a robotic muscle 1,000 times more powerful than a human’s – using a revolutionary material that fluidly changes its properties.
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Ea sy, they will map the new bionic brain with that of an average American politcian ( no offense to the 2 or 3 GOOD American politicians )
Perhaps they might use `obombers brain' ?
I f they do that the consequences could be something as dangerous as a rabbid slug.
I wonder how a newly sentient military robot 1000 times stronger than a human will react when it comprehends it was built to be a slave and programmed to kill it's masters "enemies" ?
untill they figure out how to make a quantum computer and power supply small enough we have nothing to worry about
What if this stuff malfunctions while you are playing with yourself? You might accidentally yank something off... :-D (Sorry)
It' s only the beginning.
...of the end.
...of the beginning...
Lee Majors is 74 - is that too old for the operation?
Another step towards transhumanism...and robotic armies...scary.
It's only the beginning.
think of use in small electronics or surgical equipment.
The problem is this is a 'micromuscle'. Real muscles consist of many micro-fibers, and this muscle is twisted. It is not obvious how you can put together 1000s of such twisted wires to lift, say, a TV box. Also, heat transfer is a very slow process, so the neuron analogy is far-fetched.
is it possible to graft strong tissues to different body tissues?
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