Sputum - 2009-08-15 Man, this is seriously the least useful robot. That giant tredded brick isn't going to get anywhere that the operator couldn't have gone on foot.
I know it's gross, but just pick up the stupid bodies yourself.
godot - 2009-08-15 I'm also struggling to think of scenarios where such a capability might make sense.
- A nuclear experiment/accident gone critical (though most radiation fatalities are ambulatory for hours/days).
- Retrieving remains from a terrorist attack where after the initial attack, aid workers were themselves bombed, and a third explosive device is expected.
- During some extremely contagious plague, where families are advised to stay indoors, and the dead are left on the sidewalk for disposal.
j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-08-15 - In order to finally remove the unclean Eta bastards from society. They're planning a leatherworking and tanning robot next.
sannyasin - 2009-08-15 How long before Alex Jones finds this and claims it is part of some NWO plot to get rid of the bodies when they kill off 80% of the world's population through a genetically engineered virus?
Deconvolution - 2009-08-15 Good question. At the moment, he seems to have his hands full equating palliative care with euthanasia.
Camonk - 2009-08-15 Alex Jones has a really hard life.