Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by nx1701g, Sep 28, 2008.
actually the way her menus and stuff are set up, i'd say she was a Mac
cyborg = a human with mechanical componets.
android = sentient machine ie robot with an organic like neural net for a brain
Cameron = robot with a copy of the mind of a person as a brain?
I know arnie calls himself a cyborg but seems to me he is closer to an android. The only organic think about him was his fake skin.
I can see it now.
Cam walks into the dining room, looks at John, Sarah and Derek and says:
"Hi. I'm a Mac."
It's... the Enterprise
I think the holding pens will look alot more scarier in T4.
^terminators with flesh have a small compartment with organs in them that keep the system running
Agreed. If you go back to Martin Caidin's novel Cyborg (the basis for The Six Million Dollar Man) that is precisely what a cyborg is.
yeah NX1701G said awhile back they have chicken like organs so they can eat/blend in
I was hoping for a "Ghost in the Shell" creation for Cameron
Cam has the worst luck ever. She get caputured by skynets minions, only to escape jump of an aircraft carrier only to fall into some sort of cargo net.
What's the joke coul'd hit water if you fell out of a boat.
Blue Screen Cam reminds me of the chick from the show firefly she was sort of loony to... lol
I guess EvilCameron is back.
^a terminator lie, or a faction within SKYnet?
peace.... peace.... There can be no PEACE!!! cue aucostic/psychic attack
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This T-1001 chick gives me the creeps.
There's no real reason for them to. Skynet has no need for them to be "scary." All they need is for them to be effective, and contain prisoners.
That, and the holding cells in this episode were located on a naval ship, so they may differ vastly than those in buildings on land, or other places.
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