Yes, Cyberdyne, the fictional organization from the terminator series (specifically, the company that made the terminators and is also bent on taking over the world) actually exists, and is currently developing a robotic suit to help the handicapped.
Oh that suit, didn’t know the companies name was Cyberdyne, lol, it was funny seeing an american made version of that suit that was hooked up to a power source after seeing that Cyberdyne suit on t.v. It looks cool though.
They may seem innocent, and they may seem unintelligent… I know they are hiding it. They are just waiting for the moment. The moment to strike.
The moment people die, nations fall, continents come to an end. Under one supreme ruler they shall come, a super intelligent of THEIR kind. We must prepare ourselves for the worst…
Meh, don’t worry too much. After all, robotic uprisings were the exact thing nukes were made for.
In any case, I have concluded through much study of the HAL suit’s design, who it’s marketing to, and who it’ made by, that the HAL suit is in fact a weapon.
Once enough people have bought the suits, they will activate an override mechanism within the suit, and then control all of the suits from a central base. Kind of like in Star Wars.
These suits will then report to the central area, form ranks, get in tanks, and arm themselves. All the while, the helpless cripples will be unable to get the suits off, as they are crippled, and because the suits will not let themsleves be removed from the cripples. The cripples will be used as sheilds for the suits while they march into DC, as the national gaurd sits there wondering whether to shoot the suits or not.
Naturally the CEO’s of Cyberdyne will be laughing the whole time, sipping their martini’s while they watch the world get conquered a large flat screen TV.
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