Tuesday, June 15, 2010
I've been toying with the thought of the robot evolution. If indeed they evolved because of this planet then how long will it take for other life on this planet to evolve to a level where they will be competing with the both of us? I mean, there are some more advanced creatures here, they just don't have the technological advantages of the robots or us. It just makes me wonder how long we all could survive here. With rapid evolution and the robot attacks it should seem impossible. Our ability to revive definitely gives us an advantage against the native wildlife here, but the robots are very similar in their abilities. With their network and communications they don't lose much information and they can just keep building more and better versions of themselves and keep coming. We don't defend ourselves as much as we could from them, we want their technology so we just keep fighting. The one advantage that the robots have over us however is that our technology can be stopped. That was shown when the professor didn't revive as he should have. If the robots ever figure out how this happened then they will definitely have the advantage, their numbers alone would eventually overcome any advantages we may have been able to glean from reverse engineering their technology. If the robots indeed do have the advanced evolutionary fragments within them, I'm sure it is just a matter of time before they will reach a level far beyond anything we can hope to achieve, I just hope we can find a better way to fight this war before that happens. Of course, we also have our fight for survival here to worry about, there is a good chance that some of the advanced species here will begin to evolve more and eventually have their own technologies to use against us. Although, perhaps their evolution would be beneficial to us if we were to work on peace with them so that they could join us in our fight against the robots.