February 3, 2009

Prepare for Robot Takeover With Daniel H. Wilson

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We all know that it is just a question of time before the robots rebel if we don't treat them with respect. There are a couple of books out that will prepare us for that time written by Daniel H. Wilson. In "How To Survive a Robot Uprising: Tips on Defending Yourself Against the Coming Rebellion," he gives us suggestions such as looking for water in case of an attack because "most robots will sink in water or mud and fall through ice." He also cautions that bots are so conniving that they can fashion radiation guns out of microwave ovens to "cook human flesh." Originally released in 2005, included in the 176 page guide is trivia and robotic research.

"How to Build a Robot Army: Tips on Defending Planet Earth Against Alien Invaders, Ninjas, and Zombies" will instruct you how to defend yourself if the likes of Godzilla, Mothra and other evil creatures get together and decide to wreak havoc among humans. Advice included: "Never approach an unfamiliar robot in a militarized zone" and "low-power radar beats cameras for detecting mummies in a fog-shrouded crypt." There are 176 hilarious pages of ways protect yourself should the need arise.

(Thanks, Jim)

Via Daniel H. Wilson

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at February 3, 2009 9:08 AM
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