This new lamp requires some of your blood to keep the lights on, because it uses luminol, a chemical that reacts with the iron in blood to create the glow. Thus giving the robots one more reason to revolt. [LiveScience ]
Science fiction is great fun, but should we really be quaking in our boots over dangerous A.I. anytime soon? A growing number of scientists say yes, and the results of their February conference at Asilomar are finally being made public.
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles is firing on all cylinders again, with an episode that unravels more secrets of the future, and gives us a major turning point in the Riley-Jesse storyline. Killer-robot spoilers below.
We've heard for ages that Terminator Salvation's Marcus Wright was something we'd never seen before. Now you can see what that means, in this new trailer. Update: Better quality version.
2050. That's the year that you'll plug your brain into a toaster. Intel doesn't know how, precisely, but according to Intel CTO Justin Rattner's recent keynote at the Intel Developer Forum, they're working on it. From Intel's summary of the event:
The future of the human race is looking pretty grim in John Connor's world — especially with all the new-fangled robots director McG is populating the post-Judgment Day world with. We took a closer look at the trailer for Terminator Salvation, and examined each of the new robotic enemies humanity will have to face.…
Sarah Connor's uppercut to her ex-shrink's jaw was one of the most satisfying moments in last night's episode of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. That annoying psychiatrist who kept Sarah drugged and locked up in Terminator 2 finally apologizes to her for being such a jack-ass (after he's just torched an FBI…
If you thought the Circuit LED sex positions was ridiculous, how about some Terminator intercourse? The above pic is just a sample. Hit the jump for all the delicious Arnold on Arnold skeleton sex pictures.