Human! Rung, Ratchet, Ambulon, and First aid seeing a bot!Reader
More role reversal, and I’m still loving it! x3
-At his therapy firm, many have told him of seeing giant alien robots and he’s beginning to think there’s got to be a reason why so many share a similar story
-He decides to investigate these stories on his own knowing he will be considered just as crazy as his patients
-He did not expect to find their stories to be true, he finds you… the car that changes into a robot
-He’s the senior resident at an Emergency Room and lately there’s been a lot of thugs, criminals, and so on mumbling about a giant knight
-He’s leaving the ER when he notices a large figure leaving, he decides to follow it but only finds a car
-He dismisses it, but keeps seeing the car and is starting to wonder
-He was leaving the hospital he works at when some guys surrounded him, so he ran
-He unfortunately made a mistake thinking the alley was running into wasn’t a dead end and the creeps are hot on his trail
-Just when he thinks he had it, there you are a giant robot alien and you scare them off, then turn to him holding up your finger to your lips as you transform and drive away
-After a hard day at work he wasn’t paying attention to the car he climbed in and drove home
-When he gets home he doesn’t realize his mistake because he’s so tired
-The next morning, he finds no car and can’t remember how he got home
Japan’s space camera drone on the ISS is a floating ball of cuteness
Japan’s space agency has for the first time released photos and videos taken on the International Space Station by its resident robot drone, which can be remote-controlled from Earth. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) says footage taken by the Internal Ball Camera (or Int-Ball) can be checked in real time by flight controllers and researchers on the ground and then fed back to the onboard crew. The Int-Ball was manufactured entirely by 3D printing, and it uses existing drone technology. Read more
Okay so I need to tell you all about the best thing that happened to me today
I’m sure many of you have seen Grant Imahara from Mythbusters. He was the resident robotics man. It may shock you to realise that it’s been something like 11 years since he was first on the show. This story has to do with his first episode and what happened today
Picture this scene for me: my family sits down to watch Mythbusters like we normally do on a Monday night. They need to make a robot for the myth and my sister, 8 years old at the time, perks up immediately. She’s been building and constructing things since before she could walk, legit taking apart and rebuilding her playgym deal. Her current phase had been battle bots, the robots that fight each other for dominance. She was getting super into robots and loved all the media she was getting about them
And then the Mythbusters needed a robot for a myth. So they brought in the champion battle bot builder: Grant Imahara. She looked at him on that TV screen talking about his job building robots
She, without a moments hesitation, said “you can make robots for a living?”
Her career was picked ever since
It has been 11 years and she is about to start her final year at university doing a Bachelor of Mechatronic Engineering (i.e. robotics). She has consistently got high marks in all her classes and has a job lined up for when she decides to finish her education.
I saw that Grant was coming to Adelaide SupaNova this year and knew that we had to tell him that his very existence on the show was the representation my sister needed to make her set for life. Today, Saturday November 22 2014, I managed to tell Grant Imahara exactly how much of an impact he has on my sister’s life
He looked so awed when I told him, he even said it was the best thing he’d ever heard. He then wrote the message in the picture above for my sister, Athena
So this goes out to all the children in the world who look at their TVs to watch their shows and find someone in there who sets that spark. They do believe in you
Progress Log Day 4: When I arrived at work today, I opted to work in the satellite lab instead of the main lab. I sense my co-workers unease around me and I am doing what I can to prevent it. This lab is more sterile, and it feels homey. The inventing robot does not reside down here though, so it is lonely.
I worked more on the food replacement serum. I decided to test it during lunch, and Nina was there. She watched intently as I drank it. It did suppress my hunger effectively. Nina did not react much, but I think she was pleased with me.
“Fiddleford Mcgucket, a young but brilliant mechanic who was wasting his talent trying to make personal computers in some garage.”
- Stanford Pines
Do you know who else did that?
None other than Bill Gates, the owner of Microsoft.
Seems like a pretty cool easter egg right? Well think about this…
Fiddleford after arriving in Gravity Falls to help build the portal, started to loose his mind from the accident. as time went on his mental state continued to decrease for over 30 years, eventually creating a mind eraser and using it on himself to try to recover from his traumatic experience. He later estranged himself from his son, built crazy robots and now reside in a dump with his raccoon wife.
If Fiddleford didn’t get called to go to Gravity Falls he would have created not only the personal computer (the PC) but a software that billions of people would come to use and rely on daily. He would have made a company that would have mad him the worlds richest man, opening gateways to meeting people such as the Queen, Gun’s and Roses, Steven Hawkin, President Bill Clinton and so many more.
Fiddleford H. Mcgucket missed out on the best opportunity of his life because of stanford.