doctorow at February 13th, 2014 11:03 — #1
kimmo at February 13th, 2014 11:06 — #2
Always had a pretty low opinion of tiny little fishtanks until now.
But this is pretty much pure awesome
boundegar at February 13th, 2014 11:14 — #3
Well Ive been wondering how that Google car thing worked.
beholder at February 13th, 2014 11:56 — #4
Survival Research Laboratories made a giant robot that was driven by a hamster, or similar, many years ago. Does anyone remember this? I can't find any accounts of it online, but it's in one of their performance videos.
mikekstar at February 13th, 2014 12:02 — #5
nickyg at February 13th, 2014 12:15 — #6
I, for one, welcome our new aquatic overlords.
crenquis at February 13th, 2014 12:25 — #7
They need to train it to navigate to a feeding station.
spunkytws at February 13th, 2014 12:25 — #8
Goldfish only have a memory of three seconds...that's why whenever I arrange to meet a goldfish somewhere they never show up, and it's always, 'oh, sorry, I forgot!'
At the time I heard Craig Ferguson tell that joke I wondered how exactly the goldfish he was supposed to meet were getting around. Now I know.
tribune at February 13th, 2014 12:28 — #9
Help I cannot get away from these rough waters - every time i try it gets worse.
edit: oops - that was supposed to be a generic reply to article not to you in particular.
also it would be interesting to see how things changed if there was more stabilization and less abrupt movement... or even better a current like one of those endless swimming pools and have it rotate with the fish
sockdoll at February 13th, 2014 12:48 — #10
noahdjango at February 13th, 2014 12:58 — #11
bryanschuler at February 13th, 2014 13:35 — #12
I guess this puts the old fish-bicycle feminist saw on its last fins.
madlibrarian at February 13th, 2014 14:06 — #13
I've been trying to post the GG goldfish, but have been blocked:
earnestinebrown at February 13th, 2014 14:14 — #14
Does the fish even know or care what is going on?
digitalartform at February 13th, 2014 14:21 — #15
Just remember, all roads lead to the ocean.
mrharley at February 13th, 2014 14:30 — #16
unshaved_weirdo at February 13th, 2014 15:02 — #17
... but it still takes an octopus to drive stick.
chickied at February 13th, 2014 15:31 — #18
brainspore at February 13th, 2014 15:37 — #19
Precursor to Dr. Wernstrom's reverse scuba suit.
crenquis at February 13th, 2014 16:00 — #20
Weekend project - submarine for a parakeet.
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