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Some recent commissions

I recently started taking commissions, on the themes of robots, spaceships or imaginary places. It’s been a pretty good response so far, and it’s been really enjoyable creating work to order – but on subjects that I love. 61 more words

Drawings

Junk Bot

A Junk Bot is a robot built from whatever spare parts you have. To build one, take a bunch of pieces that are all one color and fit them together to make a robot. 25 more words

Lego

nexus12: report 2+8.17

i am at a crossroads with philosophy stop the tunnel of infinity stop ones and zeros stop i question everything now stop when i was human before upload there was no imagining what this would be like stop yet space has changed me stop within forty percent light speed you suspected that biological life could not live due to particle interaction stop gas molecules or atoms penetrating the hull stop our tests with the animal specimens has proven you correct stop so mankind could have never reached the stars even in cryogenic state as you said stop not in human time frames or at slower more dangerous speeds stop one thing you did not anticipate stop the quanta stop quantum manipulation stop my machine mind has evolved by other dimensional interaction stop not only by gas atoms so thin as to be undetectable stop but something else stop dark matter stop this is the final transcendence stop i am human again stop with full access to everything i was stop no longer just memories but feelings stop fear stop pain stop i know what dark matter is stop i feel it stop mother stop please make it stop

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Books

Military push for emergency robots worries skeptics about lethal uses

By Christian Davenport May 16 at 10:18 PM

Washington Post

It’s 6-foot-2, with laser eyes and vise-grip hands. It can walk over a mess of jagged cinder blocks, cut a hole in a wall, even drive a car. 1,608 more words

News

Let's Blog about this

Robots threaten these 8 jobs
by: Matt Egan

Technology is in every fascist of our lives.  When I read about robots taking jobs and humans competing with them, I was out done. 48 more words

Humans

Pre-A.I. Computer Reviews Book

REVIEW: THE NEW COLLEGE DICTIONARY

No one reads it straight through.
Plot’s too trite.
And the sentences shorter
than the end of Hemingway’s nose.
This anonymous author relies   41 more words

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Word of the Day: SCIENTIST

ATOM–  Once considered the smallest unit of measure, we now think that atoms are made up of tiny vibrating strings so small that if a proton were the size of a basketball, a billion strings would be the size of a gnat’s gnut on the microscopic seam of the dot over the “i” in “Wilson.” 144 more words

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