USING AdVANCED CRUTCH VECTOR SOLIDITY IN THE SAME CONSTRUCT AS A ADVANCED CRUTCH IN ROBOTICS LEGS AND ARMS
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on the basis of myself having injured my leg and having experienced the pain of non moovability i have respect for robots .
I wonder if a robot would make use of a crutch like i had had the robot been damaged so i wonder if a crutch would help out not only the human case but also the robotic case of injuries
Off course injuries are greatly reduced by safety precautions but what about the future of materials science and the possibility of humans having robotic components made into their structures and what kind of materials would work to greatly assist in the motion problems when they are to be SUPER LITE as well as the future shared with vechicles in their super lite matterials. might both robots and vechicles share the saME MATTERIAL NON WEIGHT AND IN SUCH A WAY BE INTERACTIVE.
also my concept on a super friendly polymer that will fuel itself while also lifting itself which is a concept for sci fi in the future when only one matterial type is needed for everything as well as solving the problems of superconductability at room temperature and what this might look like in 10 years which is a brave estimate of superconductability.
Methylene is a carbene encountered in organic chemistry. Methylene has a non-linear triplet ground state, and is thus paramagnetic, it is stable in the gaseous state. Methylene can be considered to be a diradical, addition reactions are very fast and exothermic. Methylene tends to dimerize at high concentrations into ethene.
Paramagnetism is a form of magnetism that occurs only in the presence of an externally applied magnetic field. Paramagnetic materials have a relative magnetic permeability greater or equal to unity, i.e. a positive magnetic susceptibility, and hence are attracted to magnetic fields. The magnetic moment induced by the applied field is linear in the field strength and rather weak. It typically requires a sensitive analytical balance to detect the effect and modern measurements on paramagnetic materials are often conducted with a SQUID magnetometer.
Unlike ferromagnets, paramagnets do not retain any magnetization in the absence of an externally applied magnetic field, because thermal motion randomizes the spin orientations. Some paramagnetic materials retain spin disorder at absolute zero, meaning they are paramagnetic in the ground state. Thus the total magnetization drops to zero when the applied field is removed. Even in the presence of the field there is only a small induced magnetization because only a small fraction of the spins will be oriented by the field. This fraction is proportional to the field strength and this explains the linear dependency. The attraction experienced by ferromagnetic materials is non-linear and much stronger, so that it is easily observed, for instance, by the attraction between a refrigerator magnet and the iron of the refrigerator itself.
.ON THE VERY HARD POLYMERS
THE EXAMPLE WHERE A CH2 SOLID POLYMER IS PLACED BETWEEN A WIRE CONDUCTING A CURRENT
THE EFFECT IS = STOP AT THE LEFT SIDE AND A START AT THE RIGHT SIDE
THIS POLYMER IS SPECIAL IN THE FOLLOWING CASE
THE STOP = START THROUGH TO THE RIGFHT SIDE WHERE THE START = STOP
this basically defines the displacement of current at higher speed than the current is capable of up into fater than light speed
basic triangulatability of the type fuel for a humanoid android = solid methane which is a C H2 in symmetrical division by the accumulated ions that define solidity on one hemisphere of the CH2 molecule by a electrical conductability LAW
a) the amount of absorbed electricty in a CH2 = the amount of ionic charge on the whole
b) the ionic charge will be seperated into positive ionic charges by the functions of its cold state
c) the temperature range of a solid to cold state in room temperature is the amount of positive electron ions that are accumulated in relations to the volume of solid CH2 ( s)
as well as the basics of the type of non electricaly or electrically induced division or divisive force of the CH2 motivations of motion by the KNEE RESPONSE
= the basics of a parameter of collagulations.
.as such it alters into a POLYMER based molecule that conducts, insulates and emits electricity by its basic node connection to its conductivity inbetween two metal plates in a bend back to the other metal node as being a conduction of its own polymer similarity to CH2 (s)in CH2(f)as the amount of conductability prior to a fuse function as the CH2 alters into
CH2 to CH and through to C as the basic wavefrom through to CH and back again by CH2
as the solid but positively charged polymer in relations to the same wavefrom back
through C and into CH as well as back into CH2
this basically defines the loss of one positively charged ION
the basics of
H = the conductivity
H2 as = the insulations
C = the basic emission
as such the basics indicate that 3 values are in super symmetry in a loop function so that the basics indicate that the compund searched for is innert meaning it is neutral
As such its divisive symmetry indicates that the only inert singular compund that is 3 x orientated = the Carbon as such any carbon with 2 symmetrical components is the CH2 where the law of 3 elements in a compound.
.If the same waveform is not made into a metal type; to hold theese polmer components the polymers would basically EARTH back into a wavefrom and another ion positive conductability is the resultance.
The polymer is basically a triangulation of 3 molecular components and is exactly similar to METHANE BUT IN A SOLID METHANE FORM
.as a sum value multiple the ionic value = root 161 ions approximately
= 12 squared or 13 squared
as relates to the common divisive = 3
=4 basic ions as a function of 1 Carbon and 2 hydrogens as the common value ions for each of the H and the sigular C as a 1 value ionic charge remaining which will function as the divisive as well as symmetrical basis for a solid based total 3 x 4.3 in a square format as the total and the total positive value of the inclusive ion charge =13 squared =169 ionic charge
basics of non angle linkages in the basics of humanoid sections and the non referenced values of the type BREAK= down angles
in a humanoid function LIMIC system as the definitions of the gravity sustain or the basis of non malleability of the law that defines the basic parameters of the type where the maleability will not altrernate to similar response parameters in a seperation or that the humanoid would be in a 4th law situation with the basis of the whole parameter = the types of alterations of its A.I FORM COMPUTATIONS in the basis of a rotatability as away from a A.I awareness
basically the only damage values for a crutch are the ones that are present in the
damaged human body zone
So that this will WORK with the types of damage on the motion specifics
of a damaged body section, the basics of motion controll take over where the fall angle maintains
a type steering of the angle of fall of the human body and the basics of sustained lift
the formats for sustained lift is the basis of a damaged section registers damage by gravity sense nullation while the sense of this gravity value increases ,the humanoid must use the non gravity awareness in its A.I systems to define the amount of weight = gravity in a reverse compile of gravity based on a gradual computation of the alternate side of its basic CRUTCH functions as a basis for weight reduction in usage to stabilise into a symmetrical motion.
.as a POSITIVE non disruptive function in gradation of its basic sustainement to use reductions of non memory = the basis of the perforative objective in a WEDGE TYPE VERTICALITY BASED ON THE GRAVITY SENSE: as such this maintains the law so that it does not collapse under its own pressure
In a new and innovative approach to this a CRUTCH could be used as a android leg initself as intelligent in all of the problems presented in a type artificial intelligence
where the A.I would suggest that the droid components of its humanoid functions are already damaged as a robotics safety precaution which eshures that the 3 laws of robotics made by ISAAC ASIMOV are maintained
following data is presented courtesy of Wikipedia
Information on use
Several different gait patterns are possible, and the user chooses which one to use depending on the reason the crutches are needed. For example, a person with a non-weight bearing injury generally performs a “swing-to” gait: lifting the affected leg, the user places both crutches in front of himself, and then swings his uninjured leg to meet the crutches. Other gaits are used when both legs are equally affected by some disability, or when the injured leg is partially weight bearing.
With underarm crutches, sometimes a towel or some kind of soft cover is needed to prevent or reduce under arm injury. A condition known as crutch paralysis, or crutch palsy can arise from pressure on nerves in the armpit, or axilla. Specifically, “the brachial plexus in the axilla is often damaged from the pressure of a crutch…In these cases the radial is the nerve most frequently implicated; the ulnar nerve suffers next in frequency”.
A humanoid (from English human and -oid “resembling”) is something that has an appearance resembling a human being. The term first appeared in 1912 to refer to fossils which were morphologically similar to, but not identical with, those of the human skeleton. Although this usage was common in the sciences for much of the 20th century, it is now considered rare. More generally, the term can refer to anything with uniquely human characteristics and/or adaptations, such as possessing apposable appendage (thumbs) or the ability to walk in an upright position.
The Three Laws of Robotics, often shortened to The Three Laws or Three Laws, are a set of three rules written by science fiction author Isaac Asimov and later expanded upon. The rules are introduced in his 1942 short story Runaround although they were foreshadowed in a few earlier stories. The Laws are:
A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
A robot must obey any orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.
The Three Laws form an organizing principle and unifying theme for Asimov’s fiction, appearing in his Robot series, the other stories linked to it and his Lucky Starr series of young-adult fiction. The Laws are built in to almost all positronic robots appearing in his fiction and cannot be bypassed. Other authors working in Asimov’s fictional universe have adopted them and references, often parodic, appear throughout science fiction as well as in other genres.
The original premise has been somewhat changed and expanded upon by both Asimov and other authors. Asimov also has made slight modifications to the first three in various books and short stories to further develop how robots would interact with humans and each other. Asimov himself added a fourth, or zeroth, law to precede the first three stating:
A robot may not harm humanity, or, by inaction, allow humanity to come to harm.
The Three Laws, and the fourth, have pervaded science fiction and been referenced in many books, films and other media and have often been the base from which Artificial Intelligence discussions about how robots and humans will interact in the future have grown. It is accepted that the Three Laws are not completely appropriate for future robotic constraints but rather that their basic premise, to prevent robots from harming humans, will ensure robots are acceptable in their actions to the general public.