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Arifa akter
Apr 12, 2022
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Of course in the Middle East with all the fighting going on, the last thing you would want is a robot on a camel. Swift said that could be used as a weapon to attack coalition troops or God forbid a Hotel or Bus full of innocent civilians in a murderous and senseless act I cannot imagine the problems with something like that; a camel bomb? Talk about cruelty to animals, that is disgusting; although in the Russians attempted to use dogs in wartime, but when they got close to their targets sometimes the gunfire would scare them and they would run back and blow up and kill their masters instead. Dolphins have been used in wartime, but just to plant the detonation device and swim safely away. Apparently the United States has Telephone Number List more noble sentiments towards animals than other cultures? Swift told the Think Tank, what if one of these raced into an Iraqi Complex or Hotel in the Middle East and take the place out--homicidal camels. No one would be suspicious if several hundred entered a city and just took the entire place out. They might just think it was a race they'd not heard about. Camels move in kind of a stiff manner. So that wouldn't be very difficult to replicate that kind of movement in a robotic version. People could be captured, then, or the jockey could yell "yahoo" and annihilate the place. It appears to me that we may see more and more animals used in conjunction with robots. One recent researcher had figured out a way to put a surveillance camera on top of a turtle and if it went the wrong way the device vibrated and was unpleasant to the "Desert Turtle" causing it to go the intended direction and then take full motion video feed or digital pictures it would send wirelessly. Could even be used to search for Earthquake victims.
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