Cyborg Insects

Watch some cyborg insects that are being developed and see a robot controlled by a moth.

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+23 1. Coresi commented 10 years ago

Now that's an expensive "killing blow" with the newspaper :x
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+18 2. Jopster commented 10 years ago

Now that's just creepy :S
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+27 3. Break-a-leg commented 10 years ago

The Moth has entered The Matrix...
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-5 4. ranger98 commented 10 years ago

IMHO that is just torture. Are insects any different from animals? The scientists should be made to undergo these experiments. They have to be made to move their arms till they rip right off the sockets. :S
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+16 5. gouranga4ever commented 10 years ago

#4 Noob.. Speak to someone with Muscular Dystrophy or motor neurone disease.
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+5 6. dushan commented 10 years ago

"ghost in the shell" nothing more, nothing less...
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+4 7. 9grovere commented 10 years ago

soon moths are going to take over the world!!!
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+11 8. cranky commented 10 years ago

Terrible narration...
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-2 9. irishgek commented 10 years ago

2008 footage ? 0:55 that screen is 20 years old !!

#4 And im sure you never swatted a fly in your life or sat on a chair and killed a few hundred dustmites with yor ass , Besides there controlling them not electrocuting them , same way electric ab trainers work
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+2 10. HazeC420 commented 10 years ago

but when i give to my neighbour 220V what he do then ?
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+1 11. c0mmanderKeen commented 10 years ago

#9 Many science labs use dated screens and such, especially universitys which have many students doing additional tests.
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+6 12. keyshey commented 10 years ago

the insects were bugged
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+3 13. huldu commented 10 years ago

Somewhat disturbing. But what you can say, humans are very primitive. I wouldn't be shocked if in the future we encounter some alien race doing the same things to us(yes that includes probing). What comes around goes around.
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+1 14. Louie commented 10 years ago

Hey, can they get the moths to quit eating curtains? :) #(removed comment), you still need a job.
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+1 15. Hallsavenger commented 10 years ago

#6 do you eve know what happened in ghost in the shell?
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+1 16. Parvus commented 10 years ago

#4, do you realize that insects cannot feel emotions and that pain is for them really just a signal to make them realize that something isn't working properly, and also scientists don't experiment on animals just for fun, in my country (France) when you want to experiment on animals you first have to prove that your experiment is useful and is using as few animals as possible and then a commission examine your protocol to jug if it's worth the pain it may cause to animals. And I'm pretty sure that such a system exist in every civilized country.
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0 17. Davewave commented 10 years ago

Wow, that's real bullshit! Does the moth at least make coffee?