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The Bionic Man

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The Bionic Man is the world's first robot human made entirely of prosthetic parts. He can walk and talk and has a complete circulatory system. A Smithsonian…Read More »





Channel special about the bionic man airs Sunday (Oct. 20) on the Smithsonian Channel at 9 p.m. EDT/8 p.m. CDT.   Less «
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