Still Not Bionic

Firstly, by moving slower I would be less likely to miss signs or tape in the
darkness and hence not get lost, and secondly it meant tripping over ... With my
iPod still playing, Farley Jackmaster Funk explained to me how Love Can't Turn

Author: Ira Rainey

Publisher: Tangent Books

ISBN: 1910089559

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 208

View: 702

If running extreme distances is as much about mental endurance as physical, how do you keep going when your internal monologue turns against you? That was the simple question Ira Rainey faced when the darkness of depression cast its long shadow over his life. It turned out the answer was far from simple. Following on from award-winning Fat Man to Green Man: From Unfit to Ultramarathon, Ira’s second book examines how important mental state, support and friendship are, not just to running long distances but also to life and happiness as a whole. This is not a book about winning, nor is it written as a guide, a how to nor an instruction manual. This is simply an honest window into the world of unremarkable ultramarathon running. Still Not Bionic follows Ira’s turbulent journey as he battles his inner demons across mountains, along coastal paths and beside canals in his attempt to undertake the ultimate quest of completing a 100 mile footrace across England.

Bionic Limb Reconstruction

After amputation, most individuals describe that they can still feel their missing
limb. This phan- tom limb sensation can range from the pure per- ception of the
limb to non-painful cold and warm sensations and electrical feelings in the limb.

Author: Oskar C. Aszmann

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030607461

Category: Medical

Page: 233

View: 628

This book presents the latest techniques in amputation rehabilitation and summarizes the most recent research findings in the field of bionic limb reconstruction. Divided into seven parts written by experts in the field, it provides valuable information on e.g. upper extremity injuries, psychological considerations, prosthetic engineering, and surgical and rehabilitation strategies. Illustrative figures and photos of real-life settings further assist understanding. This book is of interest not only for plastic surgeons, but also for hand surgeons, orthopedic and trauma surgeons as well as therapists, prosthetists and engineers.


But I'm not really gone. Eventually I emerge once more into the world of harsh
light and constant pain. It's while I'm lying there, still not opening my eyes, that I
hear Mom talking to a doctor. “Her state is desperate enough that she qualifies for

Author: Suzanne Weyn

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 0545906784

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 240

View: 217

Mira has always almost had it all... until it all crashes and burns. She's hurt in a horrible car accident, and the only way the doctors can help is to try experimental prosthetics and chips that are implanted directly into her brain. It's a huge risk, but after months of testing and therapy, Mira is back, and better than ever. But soon her friends turn against her as their parents call her on unfair advantages and get her cut from lacrosse and the scholarships she was depending on for college. And with her enhanced hearing, she knows how many people in her school and her town are calling her a robot, a cyborg. Is that true? Is Mira human, or is she somehow something other? How can she overcome the ways people see her and just be herself... especially if she's not really sure who that is anymore? Suzanne Weyn is always at the cutting edge when it comes to new tech and the questions it raises about the world we live in.

Bionic Afterlife

The next thing on my to do list was to find John again, I assume he still be at Mr.
Nagaku house. “Are you hear to destroy my creation again?” Mr. Nagaku said as
I landed on his door step. “No I'm looking for John.” I replied “Good because I ...

Author: Jermaine Emmanuel Crockett

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1524681180

Category: Fiction

Page: 50

View: 586

John is an unlucky high school student. Nothing in his life ever seems to go right. First, he splits up with his high school sweetheart, then he is given detention, and then he comes face-to-face with his own death. But thanks to a helping hand, he has a second chance at life. Now he must make a choice to live a life of vengeance or live a life of forgiveness! What will John choose?

Bionic Outlaw s Baby

My shift was slightly earlier than the one at the Starlight Lounge, but it still was not
ideal to work nights. I hadn't told Dana yet, but I had been studying to go back to
school while she was working during the day. When I had the money saved up ...

Author: Zara Zenia



Category: Fiction

Page: 222

View: 292

Elijah: I thought that I knew it all. Until they turned me into a machine and wanted to use me as a weapon. I found love. But as usual, it was time for me to run. Until she found me and told me the impossible. That she was carrying my baby. Dana: He worked for my dad. But then he got fired because I loved him. He’s the only one I’ve ever been with. But then I found out I’m carrying his baby. He doesn’t even know yet. I need to find him. My dad wants me to get an abortion. Who would marry a single mom? What am I going to do? Bionic Outlaw’s Baby is a sci-fi secret baby romance novel. There is NO cheating, NO cliffhangers, and a guaranteed happy ending!

Micro bionic

Computer musicians , using their laptops for a number of functions beyond music
production and performance , were not so quick to smash their equipment ( I
have still not seen such a gesture at even the most violent concerts of laptop ...

Author: Thomas Bey William Bailey



Category: Music

Page: 216

View: 254

As mainstream music consumers wait with baited breath for the next musical upheaval, a small core of tech-savvy individuals are re-shaping the aural landscape without the assurance of being part of any larger movement. Their ideologies and creative approaches differ wildly, but they share a desire to take sound beyond the realm of mere entertainment. Drawing on extensive research into the world of audio extremity, Micro-Bionic includes interviews with William Bennett (Whitehouse), Peter Rehberg (Mego) and Peter Christopherson (Throbbing Gristle/Coil).

Journal of Biomimetics Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering

However, the research of flapping-wing propulsion technology and practical
application is not mature, many problems and key technologies are still not
solved. Such as the energy power problem, because most of the bionic
underwater ...

Author: Trans Tech Publications, Limited

Publisher: Trans Tech Publications Ltd

ISBN: 3035732590

Category: Medical

Page: 122

View: 528

The 32nd volume of the Journal of Biomimetics, Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering includes papers that describe the results of scientific research of nature objects for the biomimetic approach in engineering design, some applied aspects of the biomechanics of human and utilization of modern biomaterials and methods in current biomedical practice. We hope that this volume will be useful for many researchers and engineers involved in different branches of biomedicine and engineering sciences.


tion only to say , ' No , this is not quite what is down there ; I need to try again ' . It
is Richard Dreyfuss in ... In an unfolding history , the non - bionic universe comes
into being . It is good , but not ... Better , but the driving idea is still not captured .

Author: Margaret Scotford Archer

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415336161

Category: Social Science

Page: 182

View: 782

Atheism as a belief does not have to present intellectual credentials within academia. Yet to hold beliefs means giving reasons for doing so, ones which may be found wanting. Instead, atheism is the automatic default setting within the academic world. Conversely, religious belief confronts a double standard. Religious believers are not permitted to make truth claims but are instead forced to present their beliefs as part of one language game amongst many. Religious truth claims are expected to satisfy empiricist criteria of evidence but when they fail, as they must, religious belief becomes subject to the hermeneutics of suspicion. This book explores religious experience as a justifiable reason for religious belief. It uniquely demonstrates that the three pillars of critical realism - ontological intransitivity, epistemic relativity and judgemental rationality - can be applied to religion as to any other beliefs or theories. The three authors are critical realists by philosophical position. They seek to establish a level playing field between religion and secular ideas, which has not existed in the academic world for some generations, in order for reasoned debate to be conducted.

Arguing about Religion

Is the bionic body the same body as Smith ' s biological body OB ? No . OB was a
carbon - based body that was a member of the species homo sapiens . The
bionic body is not a member of any biological species . Would Smith still exist ?

Author: Kevin Timpe

Publisher: Arguing About Philosophy

ISBN: 9780415988629

Category: Religion

Page: 633

View: 667

Arguing About Religion is an ideal collection for students interested in contemporary philosophy of religion and related disciplines. This volume brings together primary readings from over 40 of the world's leading philosophers of religion, covering a broad range of issues. Set alongside these works of academic philosophy are excerpts from controversial popular works by Daniel Dennett and Richard Dawkins, in order to introduce the philosophical issues in a way that demonstrates their relevance to everyday life and sets them in the context of contemporary cultural discourse. The volume is divided into 6 parts, helping the student get to grips with classic and core arguments. Topics covered include: methodological issues in philosophy of religion God's nature and existence evil and divine hiddenness providence and interaction the afterlife religion and contemporary life Featuring lucid general and section introductions and a glossary by volume editor Kevin Timpe, Arguing About Religion is an ideal starting point for students coming to philosophy of religion for the first time.

Healing Miracles from Macrobiotics

In 1975 , when she wanted to marry a " macrobiotic man " ( no , not bionic ! ) ...
And the varicose veins by early 1978 had almost disappeared , with only the
largest still not completely reduced , but with no pain or difficulty in walking . Her
former ...

Author: Jean Kohler

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN: 9780133842630

Category: Medical

Page: 290

View: 684

The case history of the author's recovery from cancer after following a macrobiotic diet is used along with other similar case histories to advocate and explain macrobiotic living


On "Elements," Meth freestyles over a blaxploitation-era Isaac Hayes loop ("On
this one call me Lee Major/Million Dollar Man, bionic or Professor Chronic/Still
not a player, I just f— a lot/The panty raider/Get shorties mad, they curse you out
on ...




Category: Current events


View: 770

Tough Girls

not strongly challenge traditional notions about women's desirable appearance .
Although the Bionic Woman was not as feminine and sexually attractive as
Farrah Fawcett's character in Charlie's Angels , she still conformed to social
dictates ...

Author: Sherrie A. Inness



Category: Performing Arts

Page: 228

View: 286

The author examines "toughness" and the image of the "tough girl" as developed in popular media and culture.

Symposium on Biomedical Technology and Health Care

Of course , we could pit non - bionic persons against each other to compare how
they do against the Bionic Couple . But such polar cases ... Still , for many
competitors , flat superiority , not just relative improvement , is the goal . 164 . See
Fost ...




Category: Bioethics

Page: 734

View: 206

Self and Identity

On the other hand , for any signif - icant portion of my brain , there is a certain
bionic structure that may replace it , with the result that the very same
dispositional ... Although I will still exist , I will not then have even the capacity for
life .

Author: Daniel Kolak

Publisher: Prentice Hall


Category: Philosophy

Page: 502

View: 861

This anthology gathers the most philosophically interesting contemporary writing on core issues about the self, identity, and the nature of mind.

Fat Man to Green Man

He discovered that he was not bionic but overall he was very capable of running long distances and recalling the tales very vividly.”- James Adams – Ultramarathon runner and author of Running and Stuff “At times laugh out loud funny, ...

Author: Ira Rainey

Publisher: Tangent Books

ISBN: 1910089028

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 208

View: 763

Despite believing he was bionic as a child, Ira Rainey was far from an elite athlete with superhuman running abilities like the ones he read about in books. He was in fact an overweight and unfit slacker who felt a bit sorry for himself because he had sore feet. Sure he ran a bit, but he also sat around a lot and ate and drank too much. Why? Because he could, and because he was a delusional optimist who thought everything would always be just fine. That was until a friend was diagnosed with terminal cancer and given months to live. It was an event that would push Ira to tackle his apathy towards life and take on the challenge of becoming an ultramarathon runner, pushing himself to go further than he had ever gone before. Award winning, Fat Man to Green Man: From Unfit to Ultramarathon is a warm and humorous account of one man’s quest to uncover his true super powers as he journeys from fat to fit, and taking in everything that came between the two. It is a story of fields and friendships; mud and maps; but more importantly learning how to push yourself to achieve what you would never believe you could – and how to deal with the consequences. Fat Man to Green Man won the silver award for running books in The 2014 Running Awards, an award voted for by runners. Ira Rainey, with Fat Man to Green Man, was also a shortlisted finalist for New Writer of the Year in The British Sports Book Awards 2014. “Ira Rainey’s lifestyle transformation is an extraordinary example of what can be accomplished with passion and conviction. Fat Man to Green Man is an inspirational story of how the seemingly impossible can come true. A must-read for anyone looking to make a positive change.” - Dean Karnazes – World-renowned endurance athlete and NY Times bestselling author “Rainey is proof that ultradistance races can be completed by middle-aged mortals and not just extreme endurance athletes with a penchant for pain.” - Men’s Fitness Magazine “The ending? It’s not what you will expect, but it will see you re-appraise everything in life you thought was certain. We think you will be inspired and, like us, are certain you may lose a few tears before you reach it.” - Running Fitness Magazine “It’s an inspirational tale of Ira’s battle with inner demons and ill health…I felt as if I was right beside him…” - Trail Running Magazine “So many things are covered here, the back to back training runs, the speed work (I was actually a bit intmidated by how fast he can knock out a 5K), the nutrition and weight loss and dealing with injury and recovery. He discovered that he was not bionic but overall he was very capable of running long distances and recalling the tales very vividly.”- James Adams – Ultramarathon runner and author of Running and Stuff “At times laugh out loud funny, at others quite poignant (the parts where Ira faces the impending loss of a dear friend are especially touching) this book is a fun take on one man’s journey to becoming an ultra runner, and finding himself in the process.” - UltrarunnerPodcast “Dean Karnazes taught us about what it takes to be at the very top of ultra running, wowing us in the process while Ira, inspired by Dean, gives us an insight of ultra running that the rest of us could aspire to.” - The Running Stories


I see him as one of those cocksure , invincible , infallible youths , who will not
have to swot to be bright at school , for whom puberty will be a doddle , for whom
life will hold no traps , no fears . But Peter - Peter who is still addicted to the
Bionic ...

Author: Graham Swift

Publisher: Vintage


Category: Fiction

Page: 219

View: 562

In a race against his own ebbing sanity, Prentis, senior clerk in the "dead crimes" division of London's police department, uncovers a trail of blackmail and horror that leads to his own father

Drama Guidelines

The subject finally chosen is a favourite television programme about the Bionic
Man . ... are not tired . They now act as if they were heroes ! They have seen no
sign of the Bionic Man . The teacher , still speaking formally , says that she knows

Author: Cecily O'Neill

Publisher: Heinemann


Category: Performing Arts

Page: 75

View: 196

Includes various scenarios to be further developed in the classroom.


The bionic briefcase protects against bullets , bombs , attackers , theft ,
kidnapping and eavesdropping devices . 3 . ... If the would - be thief still manages
to get away ( and if he can tolerate the siren for four hours ) he is still not home
free .




Category: Business


View: 700


Joint replacement technology - whether for the shoulder , hip , knee or any other
joint - has come a long way in the past few years , but is still not at the level most
people imagine . It's not as if you can become a bionic man , replacing your worn




Category: Surfing


View: 271

Identity Consciousness and Value

But there is no need for many illustrative specifications ; the point is that there is
plenty of relevant biological interaction ... bionically replaced in sequence : With
one , two or three bionic brain - quarters at work , the living brain tissue that still ...

Author: Peter K. Unger

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA


Category: Philosophy

Page: 344

View: 713

The topic of personal identity has prompted some of the liveliest and most interesting debates in recent philosophy. In a fascinating new contribution to the discussion, Peter Unger presents a psychologically aimed, but physically based, account of our identity over time. While supporting the account, he explains why many influential contemporary philosophers have underrated the importance of physical continuity to our survival, casting a new light on the work of Lewis, Nagel, Nozick, Parfit, Perry, Shoemaker, and others. Deriving from his discussion of our identity itself, Unger produces a novel but commonsensical theory of the relations between identity and some of our deepest concerns. In a conservative but flexible spirit, he explores the implications of his theory for questions of value and of the good life.