The Return Of The Magnificent Airships ?

Gentle Reader,
Take a moment of your hectic day, to read and learn about these marvelous machines of they sky. Lockheed Martin as well as a number of private companies are developing a new generation of airships of both transport of cargo and transportation of humans. The graceful beauties of the air may one day be as common place as the jet plane.

Dr. Horace Mothwing

On the world wide web: Magnificent Airships

Published in: on January 17, 2007 at 2:35 pm  Leave a Comment  

The World is a Double Haunting.

Watch sea morph to poppies to séance to small doors that close in the night. Here is a constellation of video, music, and movement culled from that venerable repository of culture and curiosity, the worldwideweb.

Dr. Lilyfoil Squirreltease

From The World Of Fashion

I give you the Pong Dresspongdress.jpg

Witness the Miracle of Modern Technology and Textiles working harmoniously. This dress will astound, will mesmerize your friends and family. THE PONG DRESS

Dr. Horace Mothwing

From the World Wide Web :
The Pong Dress

Published in: on December 30, 2006 at 10:00 pm  Comments (1)  

Boilerman Robot Built in 1880 and the future of Robot Rights

Boilerplate was a mechanical man developed by Professor Archibald Campion during the 1880s and unveiled at the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition.
Built in a small Chicago laboratory, Boilerplate was originally designed as a prototype soldier for use in resolving the conflicts of nations. Although it was the only such prototype, Boilerplate was eventually able to exercise its proposed function by participating in several combat actions.victorianrobot.jpeg
In the mid-1890s, Boilerplate embarked on a series of expeditions to demonstrate its abilities, the most ambitious being a voyage to Antarctica. In 1901, to celebrate the new century, Boilerplate circumnavigated the globe in what turned out to be a failed publicity attempt to garner interest in its industrial applications.
Boilerplate is one of history’s great ironies, a technological milestone that remains largely unknown. Even in an age that gave birth to the automobile and aeroplane, a functioning mechanical man should have been accorded more significance.

In the Future Robots may also demand equal rights. There maybe a civil rights movement for robots.

Dr. Horace Mothwing

On the World Wide Web :


Robot Rights

Published in: on December 21, 2006 at 6:56 pm  Leave a Comment