The Terrifying Promise of Robot Bugs

The Terrifying Promise of Robot Bugs

Imitating nature to build a better (or possibly more terrifying) future. We’ve been trying to build flapping-wing robots for hundreds of years, and now, orni…

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24 Responses to The Terrifying Promise of Robot Bugs

  1. Peter Wexler says:

    Imagine a fly-sized robot, armed with a polonium stinger.

  2. rkshirey says:

    That’s a very close minded view.

  3. lorraine jagger says:

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  4. GishabrunLOB says:

    “God was there before God” is meaningless. Only a retard would look at a sentence like that and say “Oh well, guess I don’t understand”. It’s simply wrong…

  5. GishabrunLOB says:

    Science can potentially answer everything, because that’s the very definition of science (I say potentially because we will never discover everything). If not, then the question was meaningless to begin with. Your purpose on the earth is actually answerable by the way. It takes some study of psychology and biology, but the purpose of a human isn’t that complex at all.

  6. EarthEternalTime says:

    There is no god. How the universe came to be however, I don’t know.

  7. Cara N says:

    Bionic fly - Nuf said

  8. Laxpowertoo says:

    If nothing came first there would still be nothing and we would not be here indulging in meaningless speculation about what came first.

  9. Laxpowertoo says:

    Mr man…where dyou get the mugs from? Say Twitter or Facebook and I’ll scream!

  10. Homero Salazar says:

    I think that before the universe there was nothing, because with the big bang the time started, so, it’s irrelevant to ask “what were there before the universe?” because there is no such thing as “before” the universe =)) (sorry for my english)

  11. joseph zeleke says:


  12. Jonathan Courtney says:

    or just take antidepressants or some other chemical and you’ll be happy wherever you end up

  13. Jonathan Courtney says:

    your purpose in life is whatever you want to do.. if you find yourself unhappy then that is not what you are supposed to be doing.. emotions are the human compass giving you direction to where you belong

  14. Techspec100 says:

    We an all agree to blame Japan for the robot apocalypse…

  15. BiddaBiddaCherryPie says:

    The universe was there before the universe. It is not comprehensible, and we are not meant to understand it. There is still no need for a God to be around.

  16. Nelli Inna says:

    Yeah because humans are so lazy to help people at the hospital, i dont think we need robots at all. They can be useful, but also very dangerous, And people will be to lazy to do anything because the robot is doing it for them.

  17. Alistia050210 says:

    Hank tell us about boy and his atom… Particularly what the circles are around each atom!!! I want to learn more :) keep teaching me!

  18. rkshirey says:

    God was there before God. It is not comprehensible, and we are not meant to understand it.

  19. ZaifoTube says:

    Advances in science made it possible to cover much more questions that philosophy used to tackle, and I definitely find them more accurate. But some topics require philosophy by their nature, like morals, humans purpose, and the scientific method itself! And don’t forget that for most part, both philosophy and science don’t give absolute answers, but science has instruments that make somewhat accurate measurements unlike the very erroneous human mind.

  20. Pranitha0 says:

    The same concept is applied in the movie Robot(Rajnikanth’s)

  21. DarkWhisper07 says:

    Some would argue that English is the science of dissecting literature. It is definitely not a science.

  22. seriousgoat76 says:

    CY BUGS!!!

  23. Dino Reaper says:

    piezoelectric crystals also work in reverse, electricity can create physical change. In tennis rackets they’ve made them so the pressure of the racket hitting the ball is converted to electricity and transferred to a chip and then goes back into the racket, in the blink of an eye, the racket then moves back into place with more force so the ball is pushed back even faster. Oh and since I wouldn’t mind having this be a top comment ROBOT BUGS CAN LOOK IN GIRLS WINDOWS HEHEHEHE!!

  24. Alexander Balabanov says:

    The robotic arm isn’t like a raccoon. It’s a man looking for the TV remote under the couch.

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