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How to Build a Robot Army : Tips on Defending Planet Earth Against AlienInvaders, Ninjas, and Zombies - Daniel H. Wilson

How to Build a Robot Army

Tips on Defending Planet Earth Against AlienInvaders, Ninjas, and Zombies

Paperback

Published: 5th January 2008
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Defend yourself—and your planet—against the onslaught of evil at your door.



It goes without saying that robots kill. They hunt, swarm, and fire lasers from their eyes. They even beat humans at chess. So who better to stand with us when the real villains arrive? Movies instruct us that, whether we like it or not, we will one day be under siege by pirates, ninjas, zombies, aliens, and Godzilla. Also great white sharks. And—let’s face it—we’re not prepared. But with the advice contained in this brilliantly illustrated, ingenious book, you can build your own robot army to fend off hordes of bloodthirsty foes. From common-sense injunctions (“never approach an unfamiliar robot in a militarized zone”) to tactical pointers (“low-power radar beats cameras for detecting mummies in a fog-shrouded crypt”) to engineering advice (“passive-dynamic exoskeleton suits will increase sprint speeds but not leg strength”), this book contains all the wisdom you’ll need to fend off the coming apocalypse. Witty, informative, and utterly original, How to Build a Robot Army is the ideal book for readers of any age.

"Hilariously deadpan." --The New York Times on How to Survive a Robot Uprising

"[A] spectacular debut...Wilson's often laugh-out-loud mix of irony, sarcasm and dry humor is perfectly complemented by almost two dozen illustrations by Richard Horne." --Boston Herald on How to Survive a Robot Uprising

"Splits the difference between reality and farce...juxtaposing [advancements in robotics] with droll... lifesaving remedies." --BookPage on How to Survive a Robot Uprising Hilariously deadpan. "The New York Times on How to Survive a Robot Uprising"

[A] spectacular debut Wilson's often laugh-out-loud mix of irony, sarcasm and dry humor is perfectly complemented by almost two dozen illustrations by Richard Horne. "Boston Herald on How to Survive a Robot Uprising"

Splits the difference between reality and farce juxtaposing [advancements in robotics] with droll lifesaving remedies. "BookPage on How to Survive a Robot Uprising"" Praise for "How to Survive a Robot Uprising" "Hilariously deadpan."--"New York Times

""[A] spectacular debut...Wilson's often laugh-out-loud mix of irony, sarcasm and dry humor is perfectly complemented by almost two dozen illustrations by Richard Horne."--"Boston Herald

""Splits the difference between reality and farce...juxtaposing [advancements in robotics] with droll... lifesaving remedies."--"BookPage

" Praise for "How to Survive a Robot Uprising": "Hilariously deadpan."-"New York Times

""[A] spectacular debut...Wilson's often laugh-out-loud mix of irony, sarcasm and dry humor is perfectly complemented by almost two dozen illustrations by Richard Horne."-"Boston Herald

""Splits the difference between reality and farce...juxtaposing [advancements in robotics] with droll... lifesaving remedies."-"BookPage

" Praise for "How to Survive a Robot Uprising": "Hilariously deadpan."--"New York Times

""[A] spectacular debut...Wilson's often laugh-out-loud mix of irony, sarcasm and dry humor is perfectly complemented by almost two dozen illustrations by Richard Horne."--"Boston Herald

""Splits the difference between reality and farce...juxtaposing [advancements in robotics] with droll... lifesaving remedies."--"BookPage

" Praise for "How to Survive a Robot Uprising": "Hilariously deadpan."--"New York Times

""[A] spectacular debut...Wilson's often laugh-out-loud mix of irony, sarcasm and dry humor is perfectly complemented by almost two dozen illustrations by Richard Horne."--"Boston Herald

""Splits the difference between reality and farce...juxtaposing [advancements in robotics] with droll... lifesaving remedies."--"BookPage

" Praise for "How to Survive a Robot Uprising" "Hilariously deadpan."--"New York Times

""[A] spectacular debut...Wilson's often laugh-out-loud mix of irony, sarcasm and dry humor is perfectly complemented by almost two dozen illustrations by Richard Horne."--"Boston Herald

""Splits the difference between reality and farce...juxtaposing [advancements in robotics] with droll... lifesaving remedies."--"BookPage

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ISBN: 9781596912816
ISBN-10: 1596912812
Audience: BAU
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 5th January 2008
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 17.8 x 11.1  x 1.2
Weight (kg): 0.24
Edition Number: 1