posted by M. | 4:56 PM
I like that bird alot.
It's nice to see something that doesn't involve politics, East Liverpool, tea baggers or BWD. You need more of this kind of thing, Matt.
Jeff--I've pretty much run the teabaggers off, which is a very good thing. Being exposed to such hateful people day in and day out takes its toll. I've been planning on moving the blog into more peaceful place anyhow--more pictures, more fun things. Nobody will read it, of course, but I don't care.
Pretty impressive toy. I can only imagine what the military implications of this could be.
Bozo--I'm not sure if this mechanical bird was developed for military purposes, but it represents an understanding of bird flight that no one has achieved before.
M; indeed it is truly amazing to see...so much so that I wondered if it wasn't just computer generated. But if it is real and works, it would be an easy thing to add on a camera. I know that that the DoD is working on smaller machines similar to insects that can penetrate deep into enemy bases. Things like dragon flies, mantises, or spiders. Imagine you are an enemy fighter on the field. You know that the US has "birds" and "insects" capable of recording you every act. The paranoia of worrying about every moving creature would soon destroy any unit cohesion.
"I've been planning on moving the blog into more peaceful place anyhow--more pictures, more fun things. Nobody will read it, of course, but I don't care."Yes we will. I originally visited ORL for pictures and info on the area, not politics.
Bozo,Thanks for imagining this wonderful creation as a vehicle for warfare.
Matt,I don't think it's a matter of you running anyone off. It's a matter that you only see things from only one side and refuse to post anything from an opposite view. I've given you several youtube clips of the unions and people on the left violently and racially protesting in Wisconsin and SB5, but have yet to see any of it posted. You know as well as I do they were acting the way you tried to paint people from the Tea Party as. You know the same way your side condemn Bush for going into Iraq, and we still have seen nothing about Libya on here.
Bill--Did I read your comment correctly? I "refuse to post anything from an opposing view"? Did you really write that statement?Anyone is free to post comments on ORL that deal with the issues raised here. However, those who do nothing but launch personal attacks on the blog host or other posters are no longer welcome. Unfortunately, that cuts out most of the Tea Party cult.As for controlling content at ORL, I'm sorry but that is the privilege of the blog author. Readers are invited to respond to content, not to control it. Fortunately, anyone can start his or or her own blog and control the content therein. I suggest you visit blogger.com and consider starting your own online publication. Otherwise, you'll need to be satisfied with responding to the content presented on other people's blogs.
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