Boston Dynamics Continues Developing Real-Life Terminators

While the power structure distracts us with endless arguments over the Second Amendment, real-life terminators being developed by Boston Dynamics might just render gunpowder obsolete. TNMM first revealed the dystopian robots Boston Dynamics has been manufacturing at the request of the Defense Department with a lengthy writeup back in 2016. Google briefly acquired Boston Dynamics before selling it to SoftBank Group for an undisclosed sum last year.

The capability, portability, and intelligence of the robot creatures continues to advance by leaps and bounds with each passing year. Only two years ago, many Boston Dynamics “terminator” models looked clumsy and lacking refinement. That’s becoming less the case with each passing revision.

The new and improved “Spot Mini” model as demonstrated by the company in the above promotional video is nothing short of nightmare fuel. Biological dogs have long been used by man for defense, but it appears Faustian machine culture is well on its way to replacing biological dogs with much scarier tech equivalents. The machines can now summon their “friends” for help and open doors all by themselves.

If you think these machines are slow and weak, one Boston Dynamics model called Cheetah has already been tested that can run at speeds of 28 miles per hour, faster than the fastest human. If that’s not scary take a look at what’s on the drawing board for future iterations of the Cheetah model. Imagine a corrupt government strapping weapons onto “Spot Mini” or “Cheetah” then unleashing them with A.I. as enforcers without conscience. One would be facing quite the formidable foes.

Laughably, Boston Dynamics PR flacks have said these robots are being made to assist the elderly and infirm along with other flowery smokescreens. That certainly doesn’t explain the Defense Department funding. And the mainstream media doesn’t report on the dangers of these machines, being the propagandists of the power structure that they are. Surely, they’re not being manufactured to help a sociopathic elite tighten their lock grip on humanity with unquestioning, unthinking, amoral machines that will do their bidding without the pesky guilt that accompanies human minds.

Much as drones now kill American citizens with impunity, one might envision a future in which these robot sentries patrol the landscape making sure everyone is behaving the way the elite want us to. But, that’s all just crazy talk. Right?

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5 comments

  • Those robot dogs would make a DANDY tool for confiscating our guns, as is happening in Seattle…

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  • The Angry Outernationalist

    I want the model with the scrolling Rockwell 6502 assembly language code and the overlay multi-select menus with clever choices of last resort …

    My Pet Terminator may be dumber than the stumps it can dig up single-handedly, but it’ll know how to say “FUCK YOU, AHHS HOLE” better than Arnie ever could. 🙂

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  • Frighteningly spot on, as usual.

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  • On the other hand, humans determined to regain their losses will have no qualms about shredding a ‘Spot’ with buckshot, a ,30-06 or a .308 where they might have a few concerns about peppering Fido or, the other end of the leash, Deputy Billy Bob.
    It is amazing how little it takes to put some machines out of commission where a human will just keep on trucking and trucking and trucking until he bleeds out.

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    • The Angry Outernationalist

      .50 calibre frangible 12 gauge shotgun slugs with corrosive cores would work better on a My Pet Terminator …

      I definitely want me some for home defence. 🙂

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