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Termites inspire robots that can build houses Such a process keeps going — ideally with many robots toiling away at once to finish the job faster — until the structure is complete. This decentralized method of construction is very similar to how the tiny termite is thought to create huge, towering nests. “Around here, you hear about termites destroying buildings,” said Justin Werfel, a Harvard University computer scientist and author of a study in the current issue of the journal Science. Those oddly shaped towers can be as tall as 40 feet — about the equivalent of a three-story building. Werfel and his colleagues wanted to use robotics to harness the power of stigmergy — a process in which agents communicate indirectly by sensing and modifying the immediate world around them. “They’re all independent, with each termite doing what it wants to,” he said. Each termite is an organism of fairly low complexity, but, using stigmergy, a colony can build a highly complex structure.
These Stealth Knives Only Need Sharpening Every 25 Years WASP Injection Systems, Inc. - WASP Injection Knife About The WASP: As divers, we all know what the effects of compressed gas are underwater. Our training teaches us that our lungs would burst from over-inflation if we held our breath and rose to the surface. This principle is key to the effectiveness of the WASP Injection System. This weapon injects a freezing cold ball of compressed gas, approximately the size of a basketball, at 800psi nearly instantly. 7 REALLY Badass Weapons You Can Make At Home | Survival Life - Survival Life | Outdoor Survival Gear & Skills, SHTF Prepping Want to make some awesome homemade survival gear? We decided we weren’t done with the badass homemade weapons quite yet. If you haven’t already, check out our first post, 7 Badass Weapons You Can Make At Home. In the same spirit as our first post, we wanted to share 7 more seriously badass weapons you can make at home. These weapons can be of use, but mainly they are just fun to make and use for entertainment. Check out these 7 REALLY badass weapons you can make at home. How to Make 7 REALLY Badass Homemade Weapons 1. This may be a simple design, but the name says it all. 2. With these instructions, you’ll learn how to make a Saw Blade Slinger. Find our step-by-step instructions here! 3. This particular flame thrower is made to fit in a normal backpack, keeping your arms and hands free for throwing flames while you use it! Click here for our step-by-step instructions! 4. This classic weapon is brought to another level with this DIY. 5. Who knew a lunchbox could become a weapon? 6. 7.
Kniper Throwing Knife & Multi-Tool Like other throwing knives, the Kniper has a design and weight that’s optimized for effectively throwing at targets in an accurate manner. Unlike them, it also functions as a multi-tool with a selection of talents aimed at serving the outdoor adventurer. No, it’s not just a throwing knife with a bottle opener and a couple of hex wrenches integrated. Instead, it comes with a whopping 22 tools onboard, rendering the need to carry a separate pocket knife absolutely unnecessary. The Kniper is milled from a single piece of 420 high-carbon stainless steel, ensuring it has all the toughness required of a knife you’re going to bring along when hiking, camping, or spending any amount of time in the wild outdoors. Now available for preorder (first shipment goes out in June), the Kniper is priced at $75. Check It Out
Make This Epic Bow From A Bike Rim - Page 2 of 2 - Die Hard Survivor Being resourceful in a survival situation is critical and could make the difference between surviving – or not. This bow, made from an old bike tire rim, inner-tube and catapult rubber, is easy to make, very effective and would be very useful for hunting small game and even in some instances of self defense. MaterialsSaw to cut the bike rim – scissors – Snips or some way to remove the spokes from the wheel – file to tidy cuts – pliers to bend.Bike wheel – eyelets of some description – inner tube from wheel – catapult rubber (or you can use cut down inner tube but it is not as powerful) – retainers for the threaded end of the eyelets (plasterboard expanding grommets in this case) – a spoke for the sightLets goTake a saw and cut the rim/wheel in half between two holes. Clean up the corners and round off any sharp edges.This rim is a 29inch so for position of the eyelets I will assume you are using the same size. it is so easy to make, almost anyone could do it.