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+2 1. havix1 commented 6 years ago

Humans Need Not Apply
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+5 2. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

By the fact that the guy walked out of the room backwards are we to assume that the whole video was in reverse and that the robot actually destroyed the funny stick structure :S
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0 3. WildMonkey commented 6 years ago

It doesn't look very sturdy.
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+7 4. N3R3Z commented 6 years ago

#2 if it was in reverse, how would you explain disappearance of those small metal pieces from welding on ground? :D
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+1 5. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

#4 Easy peasy! They were sucked up by the robot's sucking probe (it's a bit like what electronic engineers use to remove excess solder) From the probe the metal pieces which have obviously been heated to melting point by the probe which is actually heated to 88mph at which speed as you will know you are able to (with a flux capacitor) travel forwards or backwards in time. In the example in the video the metal melted flux capacitated metal stick travels back in time to the lake where the soon to be King Arthur (having snogged the lady of the said lake removes Excalibur from between her ample bosom and declares himself king of Cornwall and England. ::(|)