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Insect-like robots that fly and cooperate

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anne-francoise.pele
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re: Insect-like robots that fly and cooperate
anne-francoise.pele   7/16/2012 3:25:01 PM
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All I can say is thank you for pointing out this careless mistake. I have corrected it. Of course! Regards, Anne-Françoise

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K1200LT Rider   3/16/2012 7:18:32 PM
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@Neal... That wasn't a very nice response. Do you normally talk like this?

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@NEALETHOMASnet   3/15/2012 12:02:41 PM
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.. It consumes 15 watts per hour ~ WATTS PER HOUR INDEED SO WHAT DOES THAT MEAN TO YOU? Dearie me ~ your howlers proliferate evermore betraying the paucity of your expertise even as merely a populariser. You'd do well to skim a thoughtpauser that arrived same time as your geewizzer ~ take a taster at http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/blog/2012/mar/06/science-journalists-questions-exaggeration. Even better take a butchers at my grumpiatricisms indexed via @NEALETHOMASnet or skim my screentagged signout. As for the technology well had you surveyed the arena you'd have found dozens of gizmogamers, surely with more rational trirobotor and microminiaturisations 10X smaller than this, bumblebee proportions indeed. So do your legwork and deliver proper perspective.

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yukyuk   3/9/2012 2:48:17 PM
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I would like to work on a project like this Mike Johnson

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