Obama promises jobs will return. . . the question is jobs for whom?

It is my belief that the Controllers will convert from human labor to robot labor in the not -to-distant-future.  Here is a company that will sell you a worker robot, either new or old. Check here first for all your robot needs. Also lots of robot info on this page. Get educated.

And what of us humans? First will come population control and for those left . . . think horror movie. . . editor

from Robot Worx.com

Three Automation Advantages That Can Save Your Company

In an economy where factories are closing, jobs are being outsourced, and companies are struggling to stay afloat, any advantage that can be gained from a new process needs to be considered. Industrial automation and the use of industrial robots provide three key advantages that help industrial companies stay in business and be competitive.

Increased Productivity and Lean Manufacturing – Industrial robots and robotic systems work at a pace set by the user. If production needs sped up, the user simply programs the robots to work faster. Similarly, if production needs to be slowed down, the robot can accommodate. This variability in production speeds leads to a leaner manufacturing environment. If the market calls for it, industrial robots can work for 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. They do not get tired, do not need breaks, and do not require sick or vacation leave. . . .  Read complete report

Quick Tip: Factory Automation


  1. Stefani says:

    Bad links – Please take off content/links/ and videos related to our site ASAP. You currently have 15 links to our site. The following pages of yours link to our site robots.com. Please remove:

    There are 3 links of each of those pages. Please confirm once they are removed. Thanks!

    • dgcrenshaw says:

      Hi Stefani,
      I’m sorry if we upset someone there at your site, robots.com, by posting links in that direction. Over the last 25 years The Hollow Earth Insider has developed into an archival storage of information into several different areas of study. (And yours is the first complaint about linking to their information).
      Over the past few years ‘Robotics’ has become one of the most popular subjects we cover.
      It is our hope that, researchers of the future, deciding to write a paper, book or even a documentary film would turn to THEI as a major research source.

      We, as authors ourselves, respect copyright laws to the fullest. We try to make sure that the information we provide our readers and researchers meet the demands of “fair use” or is in the public domain. However, we are human. (Not Robots, smile – couldn’t help myself). We do make mistakes and wrong decisions.
      I have investigated your request that we remove any links to robots.com from the 5 blogs you linked in your request.
      (1) Obama promises jobs will return . . . the question is jobs for whom?

      There were three links to your site imbed in the text I included from another source. I have removed them. In the future I will be very careful to not include links to robots.com unless it falls solidly into “fair use.”, which by the way the links to your site was covered by.

      (2) Mysterious Booms Return To Clintonville – And They’re Louder

      This article has nothing to do with Robotics and I found no links to robots.com.

      (3) http://thehollowearthinsider.com/archives/tag/automation-advantages

      This link leads me back to article (1).

      (4) http://thehollowearthinsider.com/archives/tag/industrial-robots

      This also links to (1)

      (5) Floating robots use GPS-enabled smartphones to track water flow (w/video)


      While this is a Robotics post I could find no links to your site.

      So, removing the 3 from article (1) should take care of your “15” links.

      In the future I will be very careful to not include links to robots.com in our Robotics Archive unless it falls solidly into “fair use”, which, by the way, the links you requested be removed were covered by. Nonetheless, as per your request they are gone.

      So, don’t worry about any of our more than 1.2 million researchers and readers per year using your material in their study of robotics here on THEI (unless its something we feel is important and meets “fair use”.

      Dennis Crenshaw
      Editor The Hollow Earth Insider

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