The Wonderful World Of Bionics

By Ally Gator

The Beginning of the World Of Bionics

Are you afraid of scary robots? Of course you are! Who isnÕt? Well, when he slaps you with his metallic hand (after you call him a piece of junk in the future), you slap him back! Well, only if you have a bionic hand, if you donÕt then youÕll just hurt yourself slapping that robot. DonÕt try breaking your arm at home kids. Even if it does make you get an awesome arm thatÕs cooler than your arm you currently have. Just donÕt worry about breaking your arm. ThatÕs what bionics is for. The Wonderful World Of Bionics is awesome, crazy and out of this world!!! It makes it so you donÕt have to worry about anything. You can stare at the sun, and if youÕre deaf, you donÕt have to worry about it, because you can get a bionic ear to hear! I think that that is totally awesome! Have you ever wondered, ÒWhat the heck would happen if I lost a hand?Ó Well, after you read this report, youÕll totally know!

The History of Bionics

IÕm going to talk about the history of the bionic limb. According to an unknown author, Professor Graeme Clark was deaf himself, and he still made this amazingly awesome invention. Even a deaf person can make something this amazing! Isn't that so cool? Professor Graeme Clark was brilliant, even though he was deaf. All I ended up with my research was, "Professor Graeme Clark was also def himself" I know that the research I ended up with was really short, but I can still make a big paragraph about it because it is a really big deal. IÕm really happy that deaf people can live a normal life. Well, they can even life in a life full of amazing inventions. Cool, right?

 

Do your know how important bionics are? There was no author, just amazing pictures that made you really think about things. This website made me think about how much bionics are important. I mean if we didn't have them then if we lost a foot or leg or arm or hand wouldn't we be in trouble? This website showed these different pictures of people that use bionics. I realized that if they didn't have bionics then they wouldn't be able to walk or pick things up. So now I know that bionics are very, very important. They are a very important part of our world. They are going to be an awesome part of history. This website made me think about how much bionics are important. I mean if we didn't have them then if we lost a foot or leg or arm or hand wouldn't we be in trouble? This website showed these different pictures of people that use bionics. I realized that if they didn't have bionics then they wouldn't be able to walk or pick things up. So now I know that bionics are very, very important. They are a very important part of our world. They are going to be an awesome part of history.

 

 

The history of who invented the bionic hand. According to BBC news, the bionic hand was totally invented by a Scottish NHS worker, and the person who is using it controls the parts of the bionic hand! They control it with their muscles and mind. That's Cool! I think that this is so cool because you can control a machine with your mind! Is that not awesome?

 

 

ÒWhat it is or does?Ó is a question IÕll answer

 

The question every one is asking is, ÒWhat are bionics, and what do they do?Ó well now you can know! According to Josh Fishchman, a bionic is a machine that replaces your hands, eyes, and other body parts. So no-matter what you can see, hear, smell, touch and hold things. This is only for when you loose a hand, or when youÕre blind and even when you have no leg! IsnÕt that awesome? ItÕs like you never half to be afraid of loosing a leg or eye or something. Now you can totally stare at the sun!

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Are you wondering, ÒIf I lost a hand, how could I touch things? Well now you can know. According to a video, the worlds first bionic that makes it so you can touch things and pick them up even after you loose your hand. ItÕs kind of like a glove that is robotic, that you can control. You can pick things up with it and have a normal life because of this amazingly awesome invention.

 

 

The history of who invented the bionic ear, and what it is!  According to an unknown author, apparently Professor Graeme Clark invented bionic ears. You and me already know CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90
that he was deaf, because I already mentioned that. Professor Graeme Clark was assisted by a group of scientists. It was mainly for deaf people, but I think that if you lost an ear you could get a bionic ear so that you can hear things. Professor Graeme Clark was deaf so thatÕs probably the reason he invented the bionic ear. He probably wanted to hear things. It helps you hear things. I think that itÕs really cool because it helps you hear things if youÕre deaf! ThatÕs cool!

 

How it Works is What youÕre about to learn

Do you want to know what Bionics do?  According to all the research IÕve done on this, bionics do help you. They basically make your life a whole lot easier. You donÕt have to worry so much about loosing and arm or getting hurt. You kids can stare at the sun all you want because of the amazing bionic eye. ThereÕs some research that I havenÕt mentioned, but they taught me about how they help you. They work by having a surgery to put the bionic body part on you, so you canÕt take it off unless you have surgery to take it off. It works and lets your see, hear and touch even if your deaf, blind or you have no hand.

 

       Have you ever thought, ÒIÕm glad IÕll never loose a hand!Ó but are you really glad about that?  According to me, maybe it isnÕt so bad if you loose a hand. I mean, then you can get a bionic hand that makes it so that when you hit or hurt your hand itÕll all be ok, and you will not feel anything weird or anything because you canÕt feel the pain with your bionic hand. ItÕs really cool. I really think those bionics are awesome. ItÕs such a relief to know that if you loose a hand or if your blind or deaf you donÕt have to worry so much. IÕm thinking about all this because of all the research IÕve done on this, so give all the websites IÕve been on credit. It works in a way those doctors made it work. It probably works in a million other ways than how I mentioned.

 

I wonder what would happen if Helen Keller had a Bionic Ear or Eye. According to me, Helen Keller would find out how those bionics works easily. I mean, she is blind and deaf, and she went to collage for really smart women. She was a very smart person. I think that the person that taught Helen Keller what she knows would think, ÒI wish Helen wouldÕve had bionics when I was teaching her. That wouldÕve made everything really easy.Ó if she knew about bionics.

 

 There are some thoughts about bionics

This is all about what I think about Bionics. I thought about everything IÕm about to tell you because I researched. Give at least some credit to my amazing research. I think those bionics are something that people really need. I bet that the person that made bionics is the richest person in the world. Well, not the richest person in the world, but still, that person is probably really rich. I really wish that I would ever smart enough to make bionics.

 

The easy life you can have. I think that your life can be really easy if you donÕt have to worry about loosing a leg or staring at the sun or loosing an arm or being deaf or even being blind. Bionics has made a really big difference in your life. I think that you parents out there shouldnÕt have one little itty bitty worry about loosing and arm or leg, or even having your kids loose an arm or leg, and you kids out there, stare at the sun all you want. Your parents shouldnÕt make that much of a big deal about it. You parents out there shouldnÕt have to be in such stress. You adults donÕt deserve it. Relax, and if a thought about loosing a leg ever comes to you, then just think, ÒIÕll just get bionics.Ó

Ladies and Gentlemen, do you really want to worry about your kids driving so much? I mean kids donÕt have a big chance at all to get in an accident. Take a chill pill. I mean, just donÕt worry so much about everything. Just relax and donÕt even want to scream. Even if your children DO get in an accident, they could get bionics. It is not likely to happen, and it hasnÕt been that bad in an accident. They could get bionics and still be really happy with you, so just let them drive. You canÕt make them just be a couch potato. Let your children drive. Forget about being so worried about your children.

 

This is my Conclusion

So, IÕve talked to you about everything, and I think that you should really take that all to heart. Bionics is important, and since they exist in your time, use the relaxation bionics gives you. Make bionics force your life to be more relaxed, thatÕs the reason IÕve said everything about bionics. Bionics is invented to help you to relax and to see, hear, pick things up and much, much more.

 

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http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2010/01/bionics/fischman-text/1

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Josh Fischman

 

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Bionics

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July 3, 1909

News (http://www.handresearch.com/news/

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Bionics is machines that replace your hands, eyes, and other body parts. So no-matter what you can see, hear, smell, touch and hold things. This is only for when you loose a hand, or when your bind and even when you have no leg.

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http://www.touchbionics.com/

 

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Touch Bionics

 

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The worlds first bionic that makes it so you can touch things and pick them up even after you loose your hand. ItÕs kind of like a glove that is robotics that you can control. You can pick things up with it and have a normal life because of this amazingly awesome invention.

 

 

 

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http://www.ossur.com

 

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no author, just pictures that make you really think

 

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Life Without Limitations

 

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Brief Summary:

This website made me think about how much bionics are important. I mean if we didn't have them then if we lost a foot or leg or arm or hand wouldn't we be in trouble? This website showed these different pictures of people that use bionics. I realized that if they didn't have bionics then they wouldn't be able to walk or pick things up. So now I know that bionics are very, very important.

 

 

 

 

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

 

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Title:

Who Invented Bionic Limbs

 

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Unknown

 

Brief Summary:

Professor Graeme Clark was deaf himself, and he still made this amazingly awesome invention. Even a deaf person can make something this amazing! Isn't that so cool? Professor Graeme Clark was brilliant, even though he was deaf. All me I ended up with  my research was, "Professor Graeme Clark was also def himself" I know that the research I ended up with was really short, but I can still make a big paragraph about it because it is a really big deal.

 

 

 

 

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http://www.handresearch.com/news/milestone-for-unique-bionic-hand.htm

 

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BBC News

 

Title:

Milestone for unique Bionic Hand: the I-LIMB

 

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Unknown

 

Brief Summary:

A Scottish NHS worker invented this Bionic Hand. The person who is using it controls the parts of these bionic hands. They control it with their muscles and mind. That's Cool!

 

 

 

 

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http://www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/bionicear.html

 

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The Bionic Ear

 

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Brief Summary:

Apparently Professor Graeme Clark invented bionic ears. You and me already know that he was deaf, because I already mentioned that. Professor Graeme Clark was assisted by a group of scientists. It was mainly for deaf people, but I think that if you lost an ear you could get a bionic ear so that you can hear things. Professor Graeme Clark was deaf so thatÕs probably the reason he invented the bionic ear. He probably wanted to hear things.