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Scientists build tiny Terminator-style muscle

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Researchers have developed an ultra-strong robotic muscle that can throw objects 50 times its own weight.

In an achievement that could foreshadow the type of superhuman robots seen in movies such as 'The Terminator', scientists have used the transition of vanadium dioxide from an insulator to a conductor to produce a twisting robotic motor that, at the size of a microchip, can throw objects over 50 times its own weight within as little as 60 milliseconds.

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THE ROBOT UPRISING BEGINS

Sorta.

Okay, maybe not.

I can't think of a pun.

Sorry for wasting your reading time.

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*Waits for the technophobes to appear*

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Pretty soon we're gonna have ourselves a

terminator robot

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You say Terminator, I say Iron Man.

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You say Terminator, I say Iron Man.

At least until we perfect the "Naked Austrian" upgrade.

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I've already got a list of those needing termination.

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Facinating, can't wait for viable applications to be released to the market.

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Be pretty cool if when you use it to throw something it makes that ringing sound that Steve Austin makes...

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Houston Astros have ordered half a dozen.

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Might be wonderful opportunity for those individuals needing prosthetics.

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