Each of us has a story to share about the moment or experience that led us down a path of curiosity about the future.
She directs her genius toward the superhero costumes she designs, including some phenominal materials she apparantly created. There seems to be no limit to what he can build; moving walls made of lava.
In EpicProfessor Bomba has built gadgets that allow him to adjust to the "speed" of miniature creatures, allowing him to communicate with them. Up has Charles Muntz, who has devised equipment that allows his dogs to talk and fly planes and amplifies their intelligence, and, prior to leaving for Paradise Falls, he had devised several other inventions for his dogs including automatic doggy-baths and walkers.
Toward the end of the film it turns out he's not just a gadgeteer genius, but a sinister Mad Scientist. He still likes to tinker with things, inventing such things as a performing stage that can fold up into something the size of a suitcase.
Eggs shares a knack for tinkering with his adoptive family, The Boxtrolls. He seems to have inherited it from his biological father, Mr. How to Train Your Dragon: Hiccup is an apprentice blacksmith who builds inventions to help Berk defend itself against dragon raids.
With little success and much disapproval from the other Vikings. He does better building a replacement tail wing for his dragon. Oh from Homewho made modifications to Tip's car to make it fly using various machines found in a convenience store, primarily a slushie machine.
Flik from A Bug's Life is able to make some amazing inventions with nothing but sticks, leaves, pebbles and the like. Films — Live-Action Doc Brown, slightly crazy inventor and engineering genius from the three Back to the Future movies. Built a time machine in the form of a Delorean car.
Then in Part IIIa second even more stylish time machine which combined a 19th century steam locomotive with anti-gravity and cold fusion technology from the future.
He turned a regular steam train into a time traveling steam train with nothing that didn't exist before the s, except for a hover-board. And he only used that because the sudden bursts of acceleration made him lose his footing on the narrow running board.
And his epically-impractical ice-making machine. The Blade Trilogy movies especially Blade: Trinity have several characters who build high-tech equipment for the vampire hunters.
Q from the James Bond films. He's even the chief of an entire MI-6 sector of Gadgeteer Geniuses. Her nickname is "Q'ute," which explains a lot. He built the power suit prototype and his own Unobtainium artificial heart using nothing but spare parts provided for the construction of a Jericho missile.
In his own lab, he creates even more impressive gadgets, including but not limited to, forty-two different Iron man suits, Spider-Man's suit, multiple AI systems, military weapons that were noted to be the most potent in the world, and an entirely new element.
He also revolutionized the arc reactor and turned it into a clean, near-infinite power source and, as of Avengers: Infinity Waris the only person to have successfully and efficiently incorporated nanotechnology into his armor without the use of vibranium.
Not to mention the truckload of specialized weapons and systems he managed to build into each of his suits while still keeping them relatively form-fitting and phenomenally aerodynamic. Jane Foster in Thora scientist who built most of her research equipment herself.
Despite being, well, a raccoon, Rocket Raccoon from Guardians of the Galaxy and its sequels can jury-rig planet-busting weaponry out of random junk.
Peter Parker managed to develop his own web shooters and webs despite operating on a very, very minimal budget.For over 50 years, the World Future Society has been at the forefront of defining what it means to embrace a Futurist Mindset.
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China has been the source of many innovations, scientific discoveries and inventions. This includes the Four Great Inventions: papermaking, the compass, gunpowder, and printing (both woodblock and movable type).The list below contains these and other inventions in China attested by archaeological or historical evidence.
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