Boston Dynamics has released two videos that show robots “autonomously navigating through different terrains, including an office and a lab, and jogging in a grass field.”
It’s freaky and creepy.
The new Terminator-like robot will give you the willies.
How would you stop this thing once it’s been programmed to complete a specific task? Maybe AR-15s could stop it, the same AR-15s that Leftists want to ban.
The Second Amendment may be our only defense against a robotic army gone bad.
This next video is even creepier. It doesn’t leave any fingerprints or DNA behind. Once it grabs ahold of you, there’s no letting go:
Watching these videos reminds me of what Kyle Reese said about the time-traveling Terminator given the task of killing Sarah Connor:
Listen, and understand! That Terminator is out there! It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop… ever, until you are dead!
That’s one side of the robotic revolution. There’s another side to. Robots did not make or program themselves. They did not evolve from elements of the Periodic Table over millions of years. They were designed and built by intelligent beings. Intelligent Design is real science while something from nothing evolution is superstition.
By evolution, I do not mean changes within species. Long before Charles Darwin published his On the Origin of Species, dog, horse, and cattle breeders1 knew about the positive and negative effects of acquired traits in selective breeding.
By evolution, I mean something-from-nothing, molecules-to-man evolution. If a scientist can’t demonstrate something-from-nothing evolution, then the entire theory is scientifically suspect. Small changes in species over time does not prove the molecule-to-man hypothesis.
It seems that every time someone discovers an unusual biological trait in an animal or human, the immediate claim is that “evolution” had something to do with it. Evolution can’t do anything. Only some “thing” can do something.
Evolutionists rarely want to discuss the origin of matter, meaning, mind, and morals. The science cannot account for them. Evolutionists assume what they first must prove…