Let's play a fantasy game.
What if technology made you smarter than the Gubbmint?
Would the Gubbmint wipe you out? Make you disappear?
What if the next multi-billionaire super whiz 'Zuckerberg' type kid is Cody R. Wilson, a Texas college student?
What if you could eventually 3D Print your own Prius Automobile, a couple of solar panels, a solar windmill?
What if the day comes you could 3D Print just about everything you can find in a Walmart, today? Including ammunition....which you can't seem to find
in a Walmart, today.
What if you could 3D Print your individual fantasy girl friend?
Oh, stop....I'm getting carried away. And you might get too involved in kinky fantasy and forget how to be paranoid of 3D Printing Technology of the
Click, Print, Gun: The Inside Story of the 3D-Printed Gun Movement (and outlawing Gubbmint laws?)
What's the story about Mark Zuckerberg becoming one of the wealthiest of individuals in the world? Oh, yeah. He tinkered around with technology until
'facebook' was created.
Makes you wonder whether Cody R. Wilson is on his way to becoming another fabulously wealthy individual. Wilson is a 25-year-old University of Texas
law student working to build semiautomatic weapons using 3D printers.
But honestly, 3D printing is NOT just about making an AR 15 in the comfort of your home workplace. This is a technology that potentially can create
most anything. Maybe an android prostitute. Anything the Gubbmint outlaws, the citizen can create. Albeit, Cody R. Wilson is making himself known in
the business world by making AR 15s.
"Printing a lower receiver takes seven hours, but there is something particularly ominous about seeing the ARS plastic begin to take shape as the
lower receiver is born. Whatever your thoughts on gun control, it’s impossible to deny that the 3D-printed gun movement is something that doesn’t
fit into the current legal framework. It’s either exciting or scary–or perhaps both–and that polarity is something Wilson recognizes, and which
he knows how to bend to his advantage. It all made for a rather confusing week in Texas, during which we were often alone with just Wilson, who
appears to have few distractions outside of his work with Defense Distributed. He’s created his own world in this mission, where friends or law
school grades take a backseat to the message."
Hey, want to 3D print a motorcycle to affix your AR 15 to the handle bars? That may not be such a far fetched dream. The 3D Printing technology is new
and experimenting. Here is a video how to print a bicycle. Add a motor and you've got a motorcycle. You've already got your printed AR 15. Right?
And you've got your printed android prostitute to ride on the back of your bike. Right?
What's that signpost up ahead? You've entered the Twilight Zone?
Printing a bicycle with a 3D printer
Superstar Brad Pitt shows interest in the 3D Printing of wheeled vehicles.
For the premiere of Moneyball, Quirky reinvents the bicycle in just 24 hours - in front of a live audience, using their team of top designers and a
little help from the Objet Connex multi-material 3D
Brad Pitt checks out a new bike design - built using 3D printing!
Want to 3D Print the tools to attach your AR 15 to your motorcycle?
Printing a Giant Wrench with a 3D Printer
How good is the 3D Printer getting to be?
3D Printed Semi-Automatic AR-15 GUN can FIRE off 600 ROUNDS of BULLETS
What about the potential consumer? Who owns or wants an AR 15?
"I OWN AN AR-15!" Senator Lindsey Graham
And last but not least:
NBC Admits No Assault Rifle Used At Sandy Hook-Obama beating a dead horse