Go! Go! Move faster!
We need to reach them before they get to the border. Run! Run! Corre, Jonah! Run!
I want you to breathe. It's just a flesh wound, baby. There she is. We got her. Back it up!
Contain her. Get behind me! You took all the medicine. It's wearing off.
Go to your friends. Go. Laura? You'll know when lucky nugget nz.
Nine o'clock. That green juice is wearin' off, huh? You know, for an old mute, it's kind of a short high.
Be hard to keep them claws out, soon. Waste this dick, Logan! Please stop, Mr. Howlett. I'm gonna have to tell these men to fire on these children. You don't want that.
You can see the effects of the serum are wearing off. You will not survive further wounds. Allow me to introduce myself. I'm Zander Rice. I believe you knew my father on the Weapon X Program. Yeah.
He's the asshole who put this poison in me. Yes, he was one of them. I think I might have killed him. I think you're right. Why don't you show some respect, mutie?
You're lookin' at the man who wiped out your kind. My friend Donald overstates. He makes it sound more brutal than intended. The goal was not to end mutant kind... but to control it.
I realized we needn't stop perfecting what we eat and drink. That we could use those products to perfect ourselves. To distribute gene therapy discreetly through everything... from sweet drinks to breakfast cereals. And it worked. Random mutancy went the way of polio. We embarked on our next endeavor.
Growing mutants of your own. - Precisely. - Dangerous times, James. You can't... Argh! Argh!
Showtime, boy! Get up, boy. Get up, boy! He did that.
Get up! Laura! No!
Laura! Please. Ah!
Go. Let's go. Go. Go, go, go! Go!
Get out of here! Go! Go.
Go, go, go! Go, go! Go! Run! No!
No! No, no. No. Take your friends, and run. No.
Run. They'll keep coming and coming. Listen, you don't have to fight anymore.
Go, go. Don't be what they made you. Laura... Laura... Daddy. So, this is what it feels like.
No! No! Daddy. Dad.
"A man has to be what he is, Joey. "Can't break the mold. "There's no living with a killing.
"There's no going back. "Right or wrong, it's a brand. "A brand that sticks. "Now you run on home to your mother.
"You tell her everything's all right. "There are no more guns in the valley." Let's go. We gotta move. Psagmeno.com There's a man goin' 'round takin' names. And he decides who to free and who to blame. Everybody won't be treated all the same. There'll be a golden ladder reaching down. When the man comes around. The hairs on your arm will stand up. At the terror in each sip and in each sup. For you partake of that last offered cup. Or disappear into the potter's ground. When the man comes around. Hear the trumpets hear the pipers. One hundred million angels singing. Multitudes are marching to the big kettle drum. Voices callin', voices cryin' Some are born an'some are dyin' It's Alpha's and Omega's kingdom come. And the whirlwind is in the thorn tree. The virgins are all trimming their wicks. The whirlwind is in the thorn tree. It's hard for thee to kick against the pricks. Till Armageddon no Shalam, no Shalom. Then the father hen will call his chickens home. The wise men will bow down before the throne. And at his feet they'll cast their golden crown. When the man comes around. Whoever is unjust let him be unjust still. Whoever is righteous let him be righteous still. Whoever is filthy let him be filthy still. Listen to the words long written down. When the man comes around. Hear the trumpets hear the pipers. One hundred million angels singin' Multitudes are marchin' to the big kettle drum. Voices callin', voices cryin' Some are born an'some are dyin' It's Alpha and Omega's kingdom come. And the whirlwind is in the thorn tree. The virgins are all trimming their wicks. The whirlwind is in the thorn tree. It's hard for thee to kick against the pricks. In measured hundredweight and penny pound. When the man comes around.
Why have you come to India? To see Goa First time coming to India? Ya First time goa? Goa ya first time Obviously to have fun yaar Actually she is getting hooked up in some time so that's why we are here Why have you come to Goa? Work here You work here?
Ya You work here? Ya So what do you like the best about Goa? It's nice yeah it's peaceful and partying Like what kind of partying? Just hanging around with friends and all Enjoying with friends We are just tired of our daily routine life so we are here This is your first time in Goa? Nope 5th-6th time So why do you usually come to Goa?
To party with friends, to get away What kind of party? Booze, and you know spending time with friends in front of the beach for good scenery I guess To enjoy the beach What do you like the most about Goa? Nice beaches I'll give you 4 options? Food, drugs, sex, girls Sex You had sex in Goa? Not yet, still looking for In terms of fun, relaxation, some people come for drugs, food Ya everything food, fun, drink, partying, dancing, everything Relaxation, enjoyment, party, friends and beach Drinking? Yup of course Drinks is the major highlight that you can say we are here and chicks as well You found any chick?
Uh we tried but nothing happened If I give you 4 options you have to choose what you like the most about Goa? Is it the food? Food, sea food yeah fishes ya The beach and the foods ya And what about guys in Goa? Guys no we haven't found any guy We haven't found yet And what kind of guys do you want to find?
Guys what can you say about that He should have fun but should be decent What do you want? Like Indian or foreigner or what Foreigner Which? Maybe Russian Indian or Russian? Of course Russian, why Indian. Indians we get a lot Russian uh like, what happened Nothing we just talked and then she had to leave and everything You didn't go to drop her to her home? No You didn't go to drop her to her home?
No I was searching for where the fuck she is Drugs? Uh little bit, I don't know I mean I think we are okay with the liquor and all that We get pretty high in liqour Have you been approached by any guy in Goa? Umm not really We're usually with so many guys What is not really, is it a yes or a no No Never? Really?
Seriously? You're so cute you didn't get approached by any body Naaah And did you like any guy? Ya there are many hot people like usually... Spoke to any of them?
Naah Why so? I am usually with my friends you know like we are here for bachelors so we're just spending time with each other because she is Apparently leaving so it's more like friends time zone Earlier earlier I mean we do like see him or whatever for eye candy stuff You know just stare and have fun, that's okay And if we feel like we even go and talk but nothing much has happened yet, Just come yesterday Decent hahaha Do I look decent? Ya you look!
Can we go for a date? Why do guys usually come to Goa? I don't know I think everyone will have their own reasons So I'll give you 4 options I don't want to generalise why guys come to Goa So usually food Ya it could be sea food, beaches, girls Sex Whatever ya You think so? Ya Your guy friends would have come to Goa for sex?
Ya I have many friends who come Like it's not about go to Goa and have sex I think Guys are up for sex anyway Like anywhere I think Guys are up for sex anyway Like anywhere And what about girls? They have that attitude Ya You? I mean it depends If I find a girl/guy hot enough You find a girl hot enough?
Actually ya why not girl/guy hot enough I'll go I want to know why have you come to Goa? Because we want to learn English To learn English? In Goa? Ya, yes Not for food? No Drugs? No Sex?
No no no no
These are called self configuring modular robots, and they can change shapes, walk, and, in some cases, even fly. Just take a look at the M-TRAN3: an example of an self configuring modular robot made of interlocking parts that can change its configuration and movement at will. As you can see here, it's arranged itself into a long chain that moves by undulating like a caterpillar. But, it can also form a lattice, grow legs, even walk away! Sure, it's rudimentary, but let's face it, it already looks a lot better than those walking domino blocks that we saw in Interstellar. In both the real world and the Transformers universe, the robot is changing its appearance to best suit the purpose it needs to fulfill.
Now, you might think this thing is slow, unimpressive, and looks like a miniature plastic AT-AT from Empire Strikes Back than a Transformer, but keep in mind that the M-TRAN3 debuted at a robotics expo in 2005. In 2005, the Nintendo Wii, and the iPhone one were things of the future. More recently, we've had M-BLOCKS, small cubes that self-assemble without legs, wheels, or any external parts, just cubes that can hop around and assemble on their own with nothing more than magnets. Still, if we're looking for something like transformium, we would need robots that are smaller, faster, and more versatile than these self configuring modular robots. Transformium, as we see in the movie, is programmable; it has a memory. Programmable matter might seem way out of our collective human league, but scientists are actually developing exactly that in a branch of nanotechnology known as claytronics.
Think of claytronics as a mix of robotics and computer science. Claytronics uses a system of very small programmable computers known as claytronic atoms, or catoms, working in conjunction with each other to create three-dimensional objects that the user can interact with. So imagine you're Skyping or FaceTiming with someone a few years in the future. Right now, all you're gonna get is a two-dimensional feed of the person you're talking to. But claytronics would make it possible for your device to do a full body scan of the person you're talking to, recreate them out of catoms, and then put a three-dimensional version of the person right next to you in your very room.
And then, when the catoms are done being your friend, they could potentially transform back into a couch or a table or television. The possibilities truly are endless here Y'know those cool nanobots from Big Hero 6? Yeah. It's kinda like that. And here's the kicker-- even though it seems like this kind of technology should be decades, if not centuries, away, experts think we're pretty close right now. An article from the Institute of Ethics & Emerging Technologies in 2014 cites that researchers at Intel Labs are projecting basic claytronic products for commercial use by the year 2020.
And researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are making noteworthy progress. They've produced electromagnetic catoms which are able to disassemble and reconfigure themselves in a span of one tenth of a second. So just give it a few more years and shape-shifting programmable matter just like transformium could be in your very living room! Or I guess, in this case, in your garage. But then this all begs one final question. If we can make transformium, then wouldn't actual Transformers be right behind?
In fact, all you loyal fans of Film Theory will remember our episode about Terminator's Skynet, where we learn that artificial intelligence is projected to advance to the point that computers become self-aware maybe as soon as 2045. So if we create shape-shifting robot computers through claytronics by 2020, and true A.I. by 2045, it would only be a matter of time before they become our robotic overlords, right? Well, there's still one fatal flaw in building robots that can transform and combine to become more than meets the eye and it's not in the robots themselves or their A.I. In fact, the biggest problem is also the most stupidest.
And yes, I know I did that grammatically incorrect for effect. I know it's more stupider. The issue, believe it or not, is this: That's right, friends.
There's one big issue holding back the advent of Transformers in the real world and it's a problem that we've faced all our lives: Batteries aren't included. Yes, from the days of your battery-draining Super Scope Six to your Transformers Megatron walkie talkie radio to the line you say yourself every single day, "I need to go charge my phone", batteries are what are holding us back the most. Even though our circuits are going microscale and our computers are getting more and more powerful, we can't say the same about batteries. In the past 60 years, we've seen a trillionfold increase in computing power-- that's no exaggeration, a literal trillionfold increase in computing power-- but since 2007, phone battery life has only improved by 22%.
And the size of the thing is still relatively huge compared to the size of the phone. The problem isn't creating Transformers, it's powering them. Entirely new power source systems just don't exist for these sorts of super-advanced robot-A.I. hybrids, and it's standing between us and the Transformer revolution, my friend. Well, at least until they become our overlords and start harvesting human electrical potential to fuel them like the Matrix. I mean, what?
But hey, that's just a theory. A FILM THEORY! And...cut! Seriously though, we all know that the Matrix human battery thing is complete fiction, so, no need to leave the note in the comments. I know you will anyway, though.
You already have. So if you're a fan of film theories like this one, then you must like the Idea of bringing fictional worlds into real life. Well if that's the case, then you should click right here to check out my series, Game Lab, over on the Game Theorists channel, where we take the same idea but do it to video games.
And even if you don't like video games, I promise you're gonna get a kick out of this one. Do you like fantasy movies? Well then check out the episode where we siege a castle. *war cries* *war cries and flaming arrows* For honor!
*clashing between two blades* #NotSpon How 'bout action movies? Watch us defuse a bomb! Opening the box now. Like The Matrix? Then you're gonna get a kick out of the hacker episode.
You gain access to a network, and from there, you keep on branching out. What? Oh, no! People doing dumb stuff with animals? Well, watch me ride an ostrich. You are fast!
And going in the completely wrong direction. This is insane! It's on YouTube Red, but all the episodes are out right now, so if you get a free trial, you can binge them all over the weekend and then, y'know, decide what you want to do with your subscription from that point forward. I'm not gonna tell you what to do; you could cancel.
You could be overwhelmed by the amount of quality YouTube Red programming, though, and stick with that subscription. I just really want you to watch my show. That's... that's really all I care about. In fact, the Streamy Awards just nominated the series as the best non-fiction series on the internet, which is a huge honor, and points to how much hard work went into it. So if you checked it out, honestly, I'd really appreciate it.
Just click this ostrich head to hop on over. Now, if you'll excuse me, next week, we're going to the final frontier. See ya then.
When you think about it, many of the educational hobbies out there involve science, math, and reading. It’s a natural progression that your science fair projects could be in the realm of something you already enjoy, something you’ve taken for granted as “just a hobby.” Not to minimize hobbies, just the opposite. I think they should be second nature for the whole family! But when they are, we may not think about the science fair opportunities that may be just under the surface.
What Science Fair Projects Involve Educational Hobbies?
Here’s a handful to get you thinking:
Remote Control Helicopters: How much weight can they carry and how far? What batteries power up longer? What makes one helicopter faster than another?
Philately: What is the best method for removing a stamp? How do you remove the paper from the back, and what do you need to know to preserve them properly?
Robotic Boats: What does the length of the boat have to do with its ability to navigate a circumference accurately? Does the weight have anything to do with it? What engine goes faster, gas or electric?
Modeling Clay: How long does it take polymer clay to dry as opposed to modeling clay? Which colors take better? Can one do more than the other?
Cooking: What happens when you mix baking soda with vinegar? Why? Why does chocolate pudding get thick when you cook it?
Pinewood Derby: C’mon, the whole thing is science! How far can you make it go? What contributed to the speed? What are the differences between two competing cars?
So get your hypothesis ready, ask a question that you may already know something about, but may not have thought about why you’re getting the results you’re getting. Maybe one of these hobbies already interested you, but you’ve never pursued it. A science fair project is a good reason to get started! What hobbies have you used as a basis for a science fair project?
If your local science fair hasn’t happened yet, it’s likely to be right around the corner. More and more schools are making participation mandatory, and giving a test grade for the project. I think requiring participation is a great idea, causing many who would never compete, to at least start to understand the process of discovery.
Every science fair project has to follow a particular process; the first is always a hypothesis. With such a large name, your younger kids will no doubt wrinkle their noses, but basically it’s just a fore running thought about what they expect to happen and why during their experiment. Asking these kinds of questions ultimately causes a child to start thinking ahead with a part of their brain that’s not finished developing until their early twenties. That’s one reason science fair projects should involve the whole family on some level.
I’m not suggesting that the whole family do one project; instead I’m suggesting that every age sibling be exposed to the line of reasoning used for each child’s separate project. Different ages and different thought processes cause each to see something in the other’s projects they may not have otherwise gathered.
Science Fair Project Choices
There are so many choices out there! Inevitably your child will either look online for some kit to purchase, or work on something that they already have an interest in. They may decide to do what their brother or sister did last year, and that’s okay. Do some looking, too, but make sure your ideas aren’t running the show. Here’s where it’s nice to have sibling involvement. You can better manage from afar, with the majority of the conclusions being discovered independently. Of course, depending on the risk factors, they may need you to be more involved! Don’t let them get hurt, by any means (this means you, daredevil dads!).
Affordable Science Fair Project Ideas
Making science interesting for your family is just good sense. Science projects don’t have to cost much if you’re creative. To name a few:
The fastest paper airplane. This should include different weight distribution like paper clips or Popsicle sticks. Dig deep, you’ll enjoy it!
Sugar crystals, my personal favorite. When kids work in the kitchen they learn science, math, and reading, so I really encourage something in the kitchen for students of every age. This project has to do with food coloring, length of time cooked, and temperature used to make a chemical reaction. This is pretty frequently suggested in the info packs from school.
Strongest nail color. No kidding, my daughter did this by hot gluing fake fingernails to Popsicle sticks, painting each with a different brand of nail polish, and then subjecting them to daily tasks! Completely her idea in the 6th grade, and she really learned a lot. It interested her friends, and her little sister!
Many educational hobbies are discovered when you begin to research what topics to test.
Check back often because I’m going into more detail in future posts. Let me know what creative things you’ve been trying!
My name is Kenn
As you already know, my name is Kenn. I like science all eco stuffs like developing smart houses, scholar system and so on.