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    Posted July 30, 2014 by
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    The advent of the computer age has led to many advances one of them being automonous robots. There have been successes with hardware leading to the full development and 2015 deployment of the UCAV fully automonous fighter by Boeing and the US Navy, they will use 15 of them on their carriers. DARPA and others have been trying for many years to comeup with a huminiod robot,yet the technology has been available for many years. Boston dynamics has released its design of a gas hydrolic robot, back in 2010. This link shows how a 15hp motor driving hydrolics can power a robot that can lift andcarry for distances about 350lbs. http://www.bostondynamics.com/img/BigDog_IFAC_Apr-8-2008.pdf.... The hydrolics for a huminoid robot were developed by Bill Pueschel a hydrolics specialist who worked on Arctic Cats, as I have been in his home office many times. I also came up with a rough design for a titanium exoskeleton for him. now the whole design idea makes perfect sense. and im positive that he has been building for many years, using a four stroke motor that is much more powerful than a two stroke, and can deliver the necessary rpm but is less necessary due to nano impregnated hydrolics, which i worked on several years later. William is presently with the usa patent office. He is a billionaire with interest in companies like Pierce arrow, and a fire truck engine company. Although a battle model was the original intent, a huminoid more flexible model came later, t the design table. The battle mdel, named centurions, could number in the high millions. the Angels, seen in the image, low millions, equipped to comendeer equiment.

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