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Platinumrat (1166135) writes "I love this story as an example of "What could possibly go wrong?" when I read Robot Programmed to Fall in Love with a Girl Goes too Far. So skynet won't drop nukes on us, they'll just keep all the women away from the men." Link to Original Source top
Platinumrat (1166135) writes "I find it sad when newborn celebrities dish out against the very people and organisations that made them famous in the first place. The fact is that Felix Baumgartner, used technology developed from space exploration and is now saying that exploration is a waste of time and money. In my books, I agree with Amy Shira Teitel (http://amyshirateitel.com/2012/10/28/felix-baumgartner-unwitting-role-model/) when says that Felix went from a postive to a negative role model in just weeks." Link to Original Source top
Platinumrat (1166135) writes "Picked this up from NineMSN. "The soldier of the future will be a drug-enhanced, gadget-equipped fighting machine with a powerful "exoskeleton" straight out of science-fiction, according to US defence officials."
My question is will they be trained to jump in front of blasters, like in the movie" Link to Original Source
Platinumrat writes | more than 6 years ago
Well, in what I can only think of as one of the most stupid ideas ever, some brainiac has decided to doom the human race. And the reason.... To advertise Dorito Corn Chips to aliens. A New Scientest article
shows up about how some supposedly intelligent scientists don't think things through.
"The EISCAT European space station on the Norwegian island of Svalbard sent the message using its array of radars. Those radars are normally used to study the Earth's upper atmosphere."