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TOPIC: Got to love the Japanese
Created by: Robert_Hil
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You must hand it to the Japanese, they love their robots.

I particularly like Cyberdyne's use of Hal as the exoskeleton's name. Given the companies name, I would fear a fully autonomous robot produced by this company. :-)

ht tp://neurogadget.c om/2012/10/18/new-hal-exoskeleton-brain-controlled-full-body-suit-to-be-used-in-fukushima-cleanup/5612

I had found this while looking up materials which would be used in a Exoskeleton suit. I was trying to figure out a reason why one would use a organic muscle based system for the suit and ways to make it cost effective to use as a battle armor with armored plates covering the organic muscle underneath.

So far I haven't found such a theory which adds up. A servo based armor still seems to be the best and likely only option... Sadly. Organics have this tendency to be messy, and to require food or the muscle mass would eat itself over time and the suit would lose strength.

A greater issue however isn't providing the organic suit the means of maintaining muscle mass through nutrition, but rather battle field repairs or long term repairs.

Organic suits and ships make for great low level science fiction, where by you do not invest much time into asking how would that work in reality... But it doesn't make the cut for my level of science fiction which requires answers to these questions.

But the above link is still cool.

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Carrie, I'm only a couple of years older than you and I used to listen to it al lthe time.

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Domo arrigato, Mr. Roboto.

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Seems to me every time I heard that song, a hangover was involved at some point.

I really think so.

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i, Robert

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It is not from my generation either but I still know it.

Carrie

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Sorry... not a song from "your generation"....

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VA:

You drunk?

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I've got your picture Of me and you You wrote "I love you " I love me too I sit there staring and there's nothing else to do

It's in color Your hair is brown Your eyes are hazel And soft as clouds I often kiss you when there's no one else around

I've got your picture, I've got your picture I'd like a million of you over myself I asked the doctor to take your picture So I can look at you from inside as well You've got me turning up and turning down and turning in and turning 'round

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No sex, no drugs, no wine, no women No fun, no sin, no you, no wonder it's dark Everyone around me is a total stranger Everyone avoids me like a psyco ranger Everyone

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You must hand it to the Japanese, they love their robots.

I particularly like Cyberdyne's use of Hal as the exoskeleton's name. Given the companies name, I would fear a fully autonomous robot produced by this company. :-)

ht tp://neurogadget.c om/2012/10/18/new-hal-exoskeleton-brain-controlled-full-body-suit-to-be-used-in-fukushima-cleanup/5612

I had found this while looking up materials which would be used in a Exoskeleton suit. I was trying to figure out a reason why one would use a organic muscle based system for the suit and ways to make it cost effective to use as a battle armor with armored plates covering the organic muscle underneath.

So far I haven't found such a theory which adds up. A servo based armor still seems to be the best and likely only option... Sadly. Organics have this tendency to be messy, and to require food or the muscle mass would eat itself over time and the suit would lose strength.

A greater issue however isn't providing the organic suit the means of maintaining muscle mass through nutrition, but rather battle field repairs or long term repairs.

Organic suits and ships make for great low level science fiction, where by you do not invest much time into asking how would that work in reality... But it doesn't make the cut for my level of science fiction which requires answers to these questions.

But the above link is still cool.

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