Are We Ready to Discuss the Robot Questions (RQ)?

billygoat

Unreconstructed Rebel
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»
traditional bullets do not work on robots.
A .308 FMJ can punch a hole through 3/8" steel at 300 yards. How heavy are these robots going to be?
Robots would have to be made of light weight components or would have to be large, wheeled vehicle, type machines. A 30-06 would have no problem putting down any walking type robot. If the robots are armed they will have to stop and brace themselves before firing a weapon or the recoil would flip them over. Without a nuclear power source or some "other worldly" power source they'd have a lot of trouble building one with enough weight and armor to be useful as a solider.

The wheeled versions would be more able to fire and move at the same time and could be more armored, but a simple log in the road or a set of stairs would defeat them.
 
Last edited:

JasonVorhees

Well-known member
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»
Escaped True Master
To defend against robots you need a directional emp
 

GoodOlboY

In remembrance of American Martyr, Ashli Babbit.
πŸ‘‘
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
🎩
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»πŸ₯“πŸ’»β›ͺ️
The drone packs of 50+ drones all controlled by one operator is the most frightening tech. I hear a Jacobs ladder can disrupt a signal, does anyone know if that’s true?
If you have an amped up, modified radio (illegal) that can broadcast on the frequencies the military and police operate on, and a nice scanner to help pinpoint the frequency(s) they are using, you should be able to dead key the signal. Also, a mobile set up would be best so it would make it more difficult to triangulate your location.
 

Andrew Anglin

🐁 πŸŽ€ π“‚π’Άπ“ˆπ“‰π‘’π“‡ 𝒸𝒽𝒾𝑒𝒻 πŸŽ€ 🐁
Old World Underground
πŸ‘‘
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
🎩
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»πŸ₯“πŸ’»β›ͺ️
A .308 FMJ can punch a hole through 3/8" steel at 300 yards. How heavy are these robots going to be?

At close range (~50-100yds) the .223 carries slightly less foot-pounds of energy meaning it likely would be effective against these robots too.
Presumably, the deathbots would be armored of graphene or some related neo-metal carbon allotrope.

The other issue is that poke a hole through it with a large bullet wouldn't really do anything to stop it, unless you hit the battery. The processing units are going to be so small that there is no reason that backup processors wouldn't be stored throughout the body of the creature, or encased in ultra-thick metal in the center of it.

R8c830dd10f743e99c3e87881ce0575cf.jpegf
 

Paul Harrell

Jetzt DAS ist scheisseverΓΆffentlichung!
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»
Escaped True Master
I have my doubts that it's coming but I've been wrong before so take that fwiw. Most of the really impressive bots you see demonstrated have to be wired to a high-voltage tether in order to do their stunts. There is also square-cube law to deal with when scaling bots up to gargantuan sizes, like anywhere near the weight of a main battle tank or something like that. The amount of power to run something like that electrically is enormous and the weight of massive batteries would have to be taken into account as well.

Square-cube always wins. Dreamers don't like to acknowledge it but it is true.

Lately I have been playing MechWarrior 5, the storyline and premise are totally retarded but at least the mechs in that game use nuclear reactors as their power plants.
Yep. A humvee with four niggers inside with rifles = more effective and probably much cheaper too.
 

Paul Harrell

Jetzt DAS ist scheisseverΓΆffentlichung!
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»
Escaped True Master
A wood splitting maul? How much ft lbs one of those putting out compared to 55 grain FMJ 556? Or a twelve gauge 3/4 oz slug? Or wax slugs? Or a two or three ton SUV going 45 mph in third gear?

If we're going by video game logic, I'm thinking FIRE would be the real ticket. Batteries hate heat. Electronics of any kind, really. Those toys aren't worth a fuck.
 

GoodOlboY

In remembrance of American Martyr, Ashli Babbit.
πŸ‘‘
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
🎩
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»πŸ₯“πŸ’»β›ͺ️
Presumably, the deathbots would be armored of graphene or some related neo-metal carbon allotrope.

The other issue is that poke a hole through it with a large bullet wouldn't really do anything to stop it, unless you hit the battery. The processing units are going to be so small that there is no reason that backup processors wouldn't be stored throughout the body of the creature, or encased in ultra-thick metal in the center of it.

View attachment 51018f
I remember the old planes, because there wasn't much to them, could get shot full of holes and not mean much.

I think attacking it's means of locomotion could be a winner. I assume the drive would be either hydraulic or electric while all other parts would probably run on many electric motors. Blowing a hydraulic line or severing an electrical connection could cripple it. I do think developing some kind of radio broadcast setup to disrupt either their broadcast or receiving signal would be a "high tech" solution for someone familiar with circuitry. Truckers used to modify their radios to broadcast outside the citizens band all the time.

Still, good ol' kenetic energy...

 

Andrew Anglin

🐁 πŸŽ€ π“‚π’Άπ“ˆπ“‰π‘’π“‡ 𝒸𝒽𝒾𝑒𝒻 πŸŽ€ 🐁
Old World Underground
πŸ‘‘
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
🎩
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»πŸ₯“πŸ’»β›ͺ️
I have my doubts that it's coming but I've been wrong before so take that fwiw. Most of the really impressive bots you see demonstrated have to be wired to a high-voltage tether in order to do their stunts. There is also square-cube law to deal with when scaling bots up to gargantuan sizes, like anywhere near the weight of a main battle tank or something like that. The amount of power to run something like that electrically is enormous and the weight of massive batteries would have to be taken into account as well.

Square-cube always wins. Dreamers don't like to acknowledge it but it is true.

Lately I have been playing MechWarrior 5, the storyline and premise are totally retarded but at least the mechs in that game use nuclear reactors as their power plants.
I think nuclear power has always been MechWarrior Canon.

I tried to play the new(ish) Battletech and it was an absolute niggerfest. I literally returned it to steam.

And yeah I'm not an engineer, so I don't have any way to gauge the likelihood of a leap in battery development. But it is true that Wall Street is dumping money into anything related to batteries, and basically the entire future that is currently being presented is dependent on that happening.

As far as the size/weight issue - as I said above, it is generally taken for granted that there will also be advancements in super-strong new materials.

nb4 - I do think graphene is going to start being employed on a large scale in the next 5-10 years.


As I hunch, I reckon that all of these alleged holdups on large killer robots are going to be worked out in most of our lifetimes.

But no, I'm not an engineer or a scientist and I admit that this could be much ado about nothing.

There are going to be other tech problems either way, with or without killer robots. So I'm not trying to hype up the least of our worries.
 

billygoat

Unreconstructed Rebel
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»
I think nuclear power has always been MechWarrior Canon.

I tried to play the new(ish) Battletech and it was an absolute niggerfest. I literally returned it to steam.

And yeah I'm not an engineer, so I don't have any way to gauge the likelihood of a leap in battery development. But it is true that Wall Street is dumping money into anything related to batteries, and basically the entire future that is currently being presented is dependent on that happening.

As far as the size/weight issue - as I said above, it is generally taken for granted that there will also be advancements in super-strong new materials.

nb4 - I do think graphene is going to start being employed on a large scale in the next 5-10 years.


As I hunch, I reckon that all of these alleged holdups on large killer robots are going to be worked out in most of our lifetimes.

But no, I'm not an engineer or a scientist and I admit that this could be much ado about nothing.

There are going to be other tech problems either way, with or without killer robots. So I'm not trying to hype up the least of our worries.
I wouldn't put it past the elites to be working out plans for autonomous killing machines. The tech is around if you don't worry about the cost or consequences. They've been able to power space vehicles for decades and drones, self driving cars, and remotely operated firearms are a reality today. When the time comes they'll have killing machines at their disposal, they just wont look like robocop. The resistance will have to find simple ways to fight them. Paintball guns with incendiary munitions? Various cable shooting weapons to trip them? Locating the vulnerable spots and spreading the word about where to shoot them?
 

Nexus-9

Replicant
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»
Escaped True Master
I once did contract work for a defense company, ATK, which no longer exists it got bought out and now is a subsidiary of Northrop Grumman. One thing I learned is that in Defense there are top secret weapons that exist today that the public will not become aware of for about a decade.

Here just two weapons that I thought were cool at the time which are now quite a few years old:
A-10 Warthog (ATK made the ammo)

PAWS -Palletized Autonomous Weapons System

So anyway imagine what they probably have now related to robots.

and that's not even mentioning scramjets which are supersonic air breathing missiles that can travel above Mach 8
 

Andrew Anglin

🐁 πŸŽ€ π“‚π’Άπ“ˆπ“‰π‘’π“‡ 𝒸𝒽𝒾𝑒𝒻 πŸŽ€ 🐁
Old World Underground
πŸ‘‘
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
🎩
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»πŸ₯“πŸ’»β›ͺ️
I once did contract work for a defense company, ATK, which no longer exists it got bought out and now is a subsidiary of Northrop Grumman. One thing I learned is that in Defense there are top secret weapons that exist today that the public will not become aware of for about a decade.

Here just two weapons that I thought were cool at the time which are now quite a few years old:
A-10 Warthog (ATK made the ammo)

PAWS -Palletized Autonomous Weapons System

So anyway imagine what they probably have now related to robots.

and that's not even mentioning scramjets which are supersonic air breathing missiles that can travel above Mach 8
I don't know how I feel about this.

It seems like certain things can be developed in secret, but other things require input from public forums (primarily universities) and the social logistics of getting university people on board with secret weapons projects are more complicated than they were during Manhattan Project times.

One of the jets (I think B-1) was developed in secret, but this is really a specified field, where it's the government a couple private companies working together.

It seems that development of robotics is much too "interdisciplinary" to be done in secret bases. Certain elements of it probably could be, such as the batteries or the synthetic metals. But if you just read about how many universities, private labs, and government offices that Boston Dynamics works with, it just doesn't really make sense that this would be research that has already been completed in secret.

Because that would also imply a serious waste of resources, to have a secret and a public project working on the exact same thing, with the people on the public project, who I'm sure are all very competent, not having access to the secret research.

BD is a private company, so it's possible that their teams are working in secret and simply putting a delay on what they release - i.e., their latest show are machines they finished 5 years ago. That's probably the best explanation as to how they would not be having talented experts working parallel on the same projects with the people working on public projects not being aware of secret projects. And it would be possible, I think, to just put a delay on what is publicly shown. Most everyone would agree not to leak anything after signing a document that says they'll go to prison if they do.

But, I don't want to talk out my ass, and I don't really know.

I wonder if any of the wikileaks have talked about secret technology development, beyond the spying tech? I just realized I don't actually know the answer to that question.
 

Nexus-9

Replicant
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»
Escaped True Master
And it would be possible, I think, to just put a delay on what is publicly shown.
this is the point I was basically making. not that there are necessarily technologies out there we've never heard of, but more advanced versions are made by defense and held close to the chest before they are publicly released years down the road
 

Nexus-9

Replicant
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»
Escaped True Master
It seems that development of robotics is much too "interdisciplinary" to be done in secret bases
and actually that's a good point munitions is probably totally different than robotics would be.
I really don't have a frame of reference it's just interesting to think about that there could be more advanced fighting robots then we can find on YouTube right now
 

Tom Jones

Johnny Depp's Divorce Attorney
Cave Beast
β°β˜•πŸš¬
I would like to point out that the discussion about this stuff is happening. its just happening in obscure academic journals, where all the articles are written by pajeets and jews and shitlibs. And all of them swim in the same direction. Leviathan only swims left.
I feel like they will come to the conclusion of banning artificial wombs but not sexbots. Banning robot soldiers but not robocops or domestic drones.
Banning fag facial recognition but not facial recognition of whites.

Today's Army should just be renamed the Negro Job Corps. As such, it's repurposing cottonfield slave workers as menial moron workers.
not sure if you know how accurate this statement is. but i have a very large sample size. my favorite which ive posted here before: i went with my father in law for military retiree paperwork stuff. they have a special covid timeslot for full retirees and medical retirees. All the "full benefit medical" were YOUNG niggers. all the 20 plus year guys were white and Pilipino old guys.
(btw this is in CA, all the niggers were airforce retirees. LOL we was aircrew an' shit." )
 

CharlesWorthing

πŸ™ŠDog FacedπŸ™ŠπŸ¦΄πŸ¦΄πŸ™ŠPony SoldierπŸ™Š
Old World Underground
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»πŸ₯“πŸ’»

CharlesWorthing

πŸ™ŠDog FacedπŸ™ŠπŸ¦΄πŸ¦΄πŸ™ŠPony SoldierπŸ™Š
Old World Underground
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»πŸ₯“πŸ’»
But the robots themselves are developing very rapidly, so as soon as the battery issue is solved, the death bots are going to be ready to go.
Swarms of flying robots, each with a little explosive, and the ability to recognize targets would already be a nightmare. They can probably do this now.

They have the usual weapons; chemical, biological, high explosive. They can wipe out crops in areas of resistance. They have endless niggers.
 

Benvenuto Cellini

Well-known member
Cave Beast
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏ
You can tell old Ted Kaczynski was a very smart man, because he was one of the few people on the planet who actually took the time to read Benvenuto Cellini's autobiography. That's a man I can respect.
 

JR_Rustler_III

πŸ‡°πŸ‡· Gookwaffen πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅
Old World Underground
πŸ‘‘
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
🎩
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»πŸ₯“πŸ’»β›ͺοΈπŸ–
However, battery power is also probably the single most researched thing of all right now, and I don't see why there wouldn't be a major breakthrough in the next 5-10 years.

All of these Wall Street people are calling investments in all the battery tech companies. It's a hurdle not just for robots, but for everything, especially the green energy bullshit.

The timeline of solid state and/or silicon battery development implies some kind of serious breakthrough coming soon.
Battery technology really hasn't come very far in over a century, and it's not for a lack of effort. The problem is, using chemicals to store electricity is not a winning strategy from a physics standpoint. The perfect chemical energy storage technology for human transportation was discovered a century ago. It's called gasoline and diesel.

If Breakaway Civilization theory is real, then they have almost certainly developed micro-scale nuclear reactors by now. But they won't risk exposing us to that technology, so we don't have to worry about nuclear-powered killer attack robots. Well, unless things start going really badly for them.
 

Keiser

Quoted by Haaretz and The Times of Israel
Old World Underground
β°β˜•
What is also regrettable is that it is now clear there is no plan to implement Isaac Asimov’s laws.
@Andrew Anglin
Remember that movie "I, Robot". That first law didn't work out too well when the AI and robots decided that humanity was harming itself and it would be causing harm by inaction if they did not take a more "custodial" role.

Same as us all, it is with tragic awareness that if a Jew told me the sky was blue I would start wondering if it is not perhaps azure.

1618051579875.png
 
Last edited:

Wolfgang

.
Old World Underground
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’
The Jewish Question is only such a big question because of technology – before industrialization and full urbanization, Jews were primarily a nuisance, rather than an existential threat.
Few materials on this

rothschilds-and-industrialism-2.jpg

 

Sputnik

Well-known member
Cave Beast
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏ
There was actually a 4th law later revealed in the books, Zeroth law, which states that a robot cannot hurt humanity as a whole or allow it to be harmed by inaction.

So if this was implemented, the robots would exterminate all the Jews for us.
The perfect control system based around Tay. There would be some satisfaction there too.
 

bean_ shooter

Well-known member
Old World Underground
🐸 Citizen of the Internet 🐸
β°β˜•πŸš¬πŸš½πŸšΏπŸͺ’πŸ‹πŸ»
A wood splitting maul? How much ft lbs one of those putting out compared to 55 grain FMJ 556? Or a twelve gauge 3/4 oz slug? Or wax slugs? Or a two or three ton SUV going 45 mph in third gear?

If we're going by video game logic, I'm thinking FIRE would be the real ticket. Batteries hate heat. Electronics of any kind, really. Those toys aren't worth a fuck.
Dead falls, pits and thrice blessed fire.
Cables anchored across streets, alleys and hallways.
Saltwater.
Microwave transmitting?
Toys break at the most inconvenient times but people can fight for a long while on minimal resources.
 
Top