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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Electrix, Feb 16, 2008.
I believe it.
Time to start work on my EMP generator I guess.
Why would you want a ****ing robot implanted in your brain? Honestly. These sci-fi authors aren't just writing this **** for their health. They are warning us.
lol, why does that year sound so familiar?...
What year was I, Robot in?
Ok, I was curious and googled 2029. I'm getting a lot of "end of the world" hits.
I was thinking more along the lines of Terminator
We've alredy invented guns, bombs, and nuclear weapons. Like this will matter!
I think it's a great idea. All a human being really needs to exist is a brain, a heart, and a central nervous system. If we could merge with computers and technology we would theoretically never die.
What's wrong with ending up like this:
great... out future is the Borg
Well, QM, mobility could be an issue.
It could be worse, we could have no future.
Hmm... I wonder. Having Nanobots in our brains, does that mean being able to unlock the other 90% of our brains?
personally, I believe in a different future
It's quite possible.
Does it involve gay ole orgies in grand ole garden with pink elephants and giant butterflies?
If we create the nanobots that can do such a thing then doesn't that mean the ability to do so was in us all along?
Whoa, I'll have super strength and telepathy. Radical!
lol, not quite
No, you won't! t: Read the link!
2029? I wonder if he really thinks it will happen then, and just didn't talk out of his ass because Kyle Reese and a T-800 (101) come from there.
That will be reality but we will never have to face it. Only one will have to face that reality and it is the first one connected to it.