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By Looky at Me

Intro

I think bionics are so cool. Why? Why! You mean you donÕt know? Well for one thing the old bionic hands wereÉ IÕm not going to tell you. It would be ruining a surprise! For another one Velcro was inspired byÉ Oh sheesh weÕre not going to get anywhere. I donÕt want to give anything away. Why donÕt you just read my report?!  I know you will like it. In my report we will learn about history, what it is or does, how it works, and other cool things. Anyway if you have read this far you probably are interested. So COME ON!

History

 

This paragraph is about who invented the bionic ear. According to Wiki Answers, Professor Clark invented the bionic ear. He as a matter of fact was deaf himself! It was developed in Australia. I think thatÕs cool that he was also deaf. I would have never ever thought of that. He probably was the first person to use the bionic ear. :)

What It Is or Does

This paragraph is about what bionics do.  According to Wikipedia, in medicine, bionics is a copy of a body part. It is a replacement for someone who lost a part, perhaps in an accident. These people are lucky that they can have another limb/part. Before if you lost a part you would haveÉone less part! Holy cow! I had no idea how advanced we have become. I canÕt believe this! Did YOU know this!!!???

This paragraph is about who invented bionics. According to Brighthub, Jack.E.Steele by "inventing" bionics has helped our world today. Now we can replace limbs and do much, much more. Bionics have become very important now days; who would have thought it? I probably would have been very skeptic.

 

 

This paragraph is about if bionic machines could become household objects.  According to How Stuff Works No. Not yet, however maybe sometime in the near future we could eventually have them. Wow! That would be fun to have robots come help us in whatever you do. Can you imagine it? That would make life a lot easier.

 

This paragraph is about what the word bionic means. According to Wikipedia, basically bionics means a copy of life. A replica of something that happens in nature. For example Velcro. The tiny hooks found on the surface of burs inspired someone to make Velcro. Cool! I didnÕt know that. I wonder what else was inspired by nature. So now when you play with Velcro on your toys you will remember me and my topic. That makes me so happy.:)

 

 

How it Works

This paragraph is about if bionics have been improved significantly. According to Steve Spalding, yes they have been improved. The older models only allowed for the movement of 1 finger and the thumb. The other fingers had no real purpose. Now with the new I-Limb people have more control. I think thatÕs important. I mean if you could only move one finger and your thumb that would be very uncomfortable. IÕm glad they have been improved and (IÕm glad I donÕt have to wear one.)

 

Conclusion

I hope you liked my report. IÕm glad you read all the way through. I hope you learned a lot of new things. I had a lot of fun doing this. I think itÕs cool that sometime in the future we could have bionic ŌhelpersÕ. I didnÕt know that bionics could do so much!

 

Bibliography

Bibliography

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bionics

 

Wikipedia

 

 

 

January 7, 2011

 

Bionics can be used for many things.

 

Bibliography

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http://www.brighthub.com/health/technology/articles/9070.aspx

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Brighthub

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January 12, 2011

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The person who invented bionics did it in 1958.

 

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http://www.brighthub.com/health/technology/articles/9070.aspx

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Brighthub

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January 12, 2011

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The person who invented bionics did it in 1958.

 

Bibliography

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bionics

 

Wikipedia

 

 

 

January 24,2011

 

Bionics means a copy of something natural being used to help us.

 

Bibliography

 

http://howtosplitanatom.com/news/a-new-era-of-bionic-limbs/

 

Steve Spalding

 

 

 

January 26, 2011

 

Bionic have been improved a lot.

 

Bibliography

 

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_invented_bionic_limbs

 

wiki answers

 

 

 

January 26, 2011

 

A deaf person invented the bionic ear.