Wrecking ball fails to topple giant robot.
Those of us that heaved a sigh of relief when 29 August 1997 – the date the Terminator movies predicted machines would become self-aware – might need to think again. Because if the machines ever do hanker after world domination, even those of us in possession of a wrecking ball have no defence.
As you will see from the video below, a wrecking ball consistently fails to topple a giant robot. And even when one massive hit takes the robot to its tipping point, the robot is back in its feet (tracks) faster than you can say “hasta la vista, baby“.
(You can fast-forward to the 4.11 mark to see the wrecking ball in action).