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Ok, its totally epic. Someone has finally made a freaking exo-armor. I remember from when I was, I dunno, eight-ish. It, Exo-squad, was the best show on tv and I always wanted one of those giant suits. This may not be AS impressive those were...
Now wheres the giant ass cannon he can lug around to lay waste to his enemies?
Now, please excuse my horrible grammar, I am stuffed on turkey. I am lazy.
Last edited by Kamikazebob; November 22nd, 2007 at 11:28 PM.
THAT was rather cool. Also, a little scary (because of the potential applications), but still rather cool, non-the-less...
This isn't good, the military is funding all the robot research. Someday they will build a robot as intelligent as a human, but it will be programmed to kill people.
Not as cool as the one the japanese created last year to give mobility to handicapped people, but definitely a step in the right direction.
Those who can't; teach.
I was kinda hoping this was about a live action movie about Exosquad... But this is pretty cool too. They still have a long way to go before it's really usable, and even if they do, it would be far to expensive to use on the battlefield anyways.
We are a very renewable resource... especially with the advances in fertility treatments and artificial insemination. Where as metal and oil is a wee bit less renewable (or at the very least more expensive than grabbing two people and telling them to get their groove on).