Tuesday, May 27, 2014

What are we doing to protect the Whales

Despite the 1986 IWC ban on commercial whaling, some countries refuse to end their whaling operations. Especially Japan, Norway and Iceland.
It is our global responsibility to protect whales for future generations. If whaling continues without a rigorous and robust management scheme, many whale species could become extinct within our lifetime. 
Despite the low number of many Whale populations, whaling continues. About 30,000 whales have been killed by commercial and ‘scientific’ whalers since 1986 when the IWC’s moratorium on commercial whaling came into effect. Alarmingly, the number of species hunted continues to grow, with Japan and Norway all having recently expanded their whaling programmes. The number of whales killed annually has increased from 556 in 1993 to over 1,853 in 2006.
Norway objected to the moratorium so is not legally bound by it, and resumed commercial whaling in 1993. Norway awards itself an annual quota of North Atlantic minke whales, set at over 1,000 whales for the 2007 season, and is considering killing even more in future. 
Japan agreed to the moratorium, but in 1987 began exploiting a loophole in the IWC Convention which permits lethal ‘scientific’ whaling, selling the majority of the produce. Japan’s expanding ‘scientific research’ programmes kill about 1,000 whales each year, including whales in the IWC’s Southern Ocean Sanctuary. 
Iceland resumed ‘scientific’ whaling in 2003, exploiting the same loophole as Japan, and intends to kill 200 minke whales in 2007. In defiance of the moratorium, Iceland resumed commercial whaling in 2006, planning to kill 39 whales, including nine ‘endangered’ fin whales in 2006/7.  Iceland’s action has been strongly condemned internationally, with 25 countries plus the European Commission – together representing over one billion people – issuing a formal protest.
Some the below images will make you sick to your guts and i only wonder are those humans or fucking devils in human skins, killing hundreds of whales every summer just because they consider it a part of their culture and history. 

Whaling in the Faroe islands in the North Atlantic has been practiced since about the time of the first Norse settlements on the islands. Animal-rights groups criticize the hunt as being cruel and unnecessary. As of the end of November 2008 the chief medical officers of the Faroe Islands have recommended that pilot whales no longer be considered fit for human consumption because of the level of mercury in the whales.
But these uncalled for killings continue and if something is not done to stop this idiocity soon. The only God help these poor creatures to see the light of the day in the Future.

Amazing Creatures: Mountain Goat

The mountain goat, also known as the Rocky Mountain goat, is a large-hoofed mammal found only in North America. Watching these wonderful creatures climb the rockiest of the mountains and the steepest of slopes is a scene to behold. 

Both male and female mountain goats have beards, short tails, and long black horns, 15–28 cm (5.9–11.0 in) in length, which contain yearly growth rings. They are protected from the elements by their woolly white double coats. The mountain goat's feet are well-suited for climbing steep, rocky slopes with pitches exceeding 60°, with inner pads that provide traction and cloven hooves that can spread apart. The tips of their feet have sharp dewclaws that keep them from slipping.

Mountain goats are the largest mammals found in their high-altitude habitats, which can exceed elevations of 13,000 feet (4,000 m). Mountain goats are herbivores and spend most of their time grazing. Their diets include grassesherbssedgesfernsmosseslichens, and twigs and leaves from the low-growing shrubs and conifers of their high-altitude habitat.

Although the mountain goat has never been domesticated and commercialized for their wool, pre-Columbian indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast did incorporate their wool into their weaving by collecting spring moulted wool left by wild goats.

Friday, May 23, 2014

7 Inventions that could blow your mind

Its time to get tech savvy, and here are some inventions that could take the market by storm.

1. MakerBot Digitizer
Printing in a 3D format and scanning objects other than flat papers was only a far-fetched dream till the time the MakerBot Digitizer became a reality. It’s a desktop device that can scan almost any small object up to about 8 inches in diameter. Place the item on its rotating turntable, and the Digitizer uses two lasers and a webcam to create a 3-D digital file within 12 minutes. Once the digital scan is completed, an object can be manufactured right away by feeding the resulting file to a 3-D printer. It’s much easier and faster than using any software to design a digital model from scratch and you know the best part about it? It’s absolutely user friendly. 

2. Soccket
The gadget which looks like a soccer ball has power (in the literal sense). You play with it and kick it around for 30 minutes; its internal mechanisms convert the kinetic energy to electricity which can last for about 3 hours. A total 16 hours of play can make your Soccket fully charged with power for 72 hours.  People across the globe may soon find themselves powering their homes by doing something as delightful and simple as playing a game.

3. Bounce Imaging Explorer
The Bounce Imaging Explorer has six cameras packed into a rubber orb, the size of a baseball, along with a Wi-Fi transmitter and sensors to detect things like temperature and air quality. The data it picks up can be beamed back to the user via a smartphone or tablet. So in case of any emergencies, disaster responders, police, or fire fighters could throw the camera and check the situation before entering the place themselves.

4. Oculus Rift
If you are a hard-core gamer, this tech invention can truly change your life. Your dream to enjoy games in a 3D experience can be an easy reality with the Oculus Rift. It is a head-mounted, virtual-reality device designed specifically keeping gaming in mind. The high-definition 960×1080 per-eye display reduces the screen-door effect and improves clarity, colour, and contrast. The idea behind the goggles-and-headphones style contraption is to immerse players in a 3D world that’s as close as possible to the real one.

5. Gravity Light
Even today, one-third of the world’s population is deprived of electricity. The Gravity Light is the perfect gift for those who do not have access to light as we know of it. It is a simple, ingenious device that generates light without access to electricity. The portable device doesn't have any batteries; it does not require any fuel either. Instead, you hang the lamp on a wall and fill the bag attached with any heavy material that weighs between 8 to 12.5 kg.  The weight slowly pulls a notched belt through a series of gears to drive a small motor, which powers an LED - ambient or directed light, depending on what you need, for about 30 minutes. It can even be used to power other low-voltage devices like radios or batteries. Awesome, isn’t it?

6. Automatic
A bit of the smart-car future has already found its way to our existing vehicles with a small device called Automatic. Automatic pulls data about your engine and driving habits and displays the results on your phone with the help of Bluetooth (iPhone BT 4.0, Android BT 2.1+). It maps out each trip using GPS, tallies gas usage and mileage, and gives you a driving score. It even remembers where you parked. This surely is going to give you a perfect car ride!

7. Argus II
The Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System functions as an artificial retina in the light-sensitive part of the eye that collects image information and passes it along to the brain through the optic nerve. People with a disease called retinitis pigmentosa (RP) lose the retina’s light-sensitive cells. Argus II is a boon for them. The device is surgically implanted in and on the eye and is connected to an exterior video processing unit (VPU) consisting of eyeglasses that have customized edge and contrast enhancements along with a 20 degree maximum possible field view. 

Guys what do you all think. Which one is your favourite from these inventions?

Amazing Creatures: Siamese Fighting Fish

The Siamese fighting fish, also sometimes colloquially known as the betta (Betta splendens), is a species of gourami which is extremely popular as an aquarium fish. This species is native to the Mekong basin of ThailandLaosCambodia, and Vietnam, where it can be found in standing waters of canals, rice paddies, and floodplains. They are called pla-kad (biting fish) inThai or trey krem in Khmer.

They tend to be rather aggressive. But these beauties are one of gods koolest creation - absolutely amazing creatures.

Monday, May 19, 2014

How to solve the Rubik's Cube

The humble Rubik's Cube is 40 years-old today. I had racked my brains all these years, but our favourite Rubik's cube puzzle does have a easy solution to solve. Only if I could have got my hands on these details earlier, it would have been so awesome to show-off in school :P

Ever since it was originally introduced to a global market in the 80s - after an initial release in Erno Rubik's homeland of Hungary - there has been a market for books and videos showing how to beat the frustrating but highly addictive 3x3x3 puzzle. However, many of them are unlicensed and complex in their presentation of the algorithms needed to correctly finish with six evenly coloured sides.

Rubiks.com has a downloadable leaflet with fully-illustrated steps and explanations. There is also a step-by-step tutorial video on YouTube that takes you through the most straight forward way to beat the cube and impress your friends. And we present that for you here too.

Each step is explained in its own clip, so you shouldn't get too bamboozled by having it all revealed to you in one hit.

Step 1 - Get to know your Rubik's cube

Step 2 - Solve the White cross

Step 3 - Solve the White corners

Step 4 - Solve the middle layer

Step 5 - Solve the top layer

Step 6 - Position the yellow corners correctly

So long all you guys, enjoy and show-off your new found intelligence.

Friday, May 16, 2014

Movie Review: Godzilla

It is finally here. And before you could read all the reviews and details and whats happening and whats not, Just wanna say one work. this movie is Kick-ass and is a must watch for everyone.

A truly powerful monster film. Godzilla is an awesome, satisfying blockbuster made by a "small" director with a great eye for detail, perspective and performance. The CGI in the movie is spectacular. It jusy blows your mind. I have never seen it done as well as this, this was like Pacific Rim five times.

 I liked Pacific rim, but i think it was a good idea to make something different. This monsterfilm is much more realistic, and is much, much better made (CGI). In my opinion Godzilla was way better than Pacific rim.

In Godzilla, Joe Brody (Bryan Cranston), a chief engineer working at the Janjira nuclear plant, discovers a mysterious seismic activity pattern that, if ignored, could threaten the stability of his facility. Yet, before Joe can plead to his superiors for caution, a mysterious force causes a meltdown within the plant – leaving Joe, his family, along with the rest of the area, devastated.

Fifteen years later, Joe is still searching for answers, obsessed with uncovering the real reason behind Janjira’s nuclear meltdown. When the eccentric conspiracy theorist is arrested inside a quarantine zone, Joe’s son Ford (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), a Navy EOD technician, must travel to Japan in an effort to bring his father back to the states – and put an end to Joe’s increasingly dangerous search for answers. Yet, just after Ford arrives in Japan, it becomes clear that Joe was right all along – and that the world is about to pay the price for not listening to his warnings.

Some may complain that there isn’t quite enough Godzilla in Godzilla, but Edwards’ restraint is actually a credit to the success of the film – especially in an era where audiences can become desensitized to CGI characters and onscreen destruction. The director walks a fine line between showing off the redesigned reptile while harnessing the creature’s larger-than-life persona. Godzilla makes a big impression, dealing genuinely crowd-pleasing moments without overstaying his welcome, and leaving audiences to relish in every shot of the monster.

Instead of relying on massive CGI fights to sell the film, Edwards makes smart use of interesting human stories – which lead viewers through increasingly revealing looks at Godzilla and other threats. Edwards’ movie isn’t just about Godzilla or military might, it’s a captivating tale of people (at all levels) as we encounter natural forces outside of our control. Regardless of its scope, the movie is surprisingly intimate – with beautiful cinematography that grounds Godzilla in a rich and lived-in world. Edwards keeps his focus tight on a small group of human characters – allowing them to develop within the context of the greater crisis (but without stealing the spotlight from their titular star). As a result, the computer generated antihero is rarely disconnected from the perils of people on the ground – with seamless shots that transition back and forth between selfless human heroics and eye-popping monster mayhem.

Cranston sets the tone early as charming but compulsive Joe Brody – a man that, even before disaster strikes, is aloof and obsessive. Despite an award-winning turn as Walter White in Breaking Bad, Cranston has been relegated to thin caricature in most of his film roles – one-note villains or tough-as-nails military men. Fortunately, Cranston is given a lot more to work with in Godzilla and the actor supplies an emotional and empathetic performance which ensures that both pillars of the narrative are taken seriously.
Paired with Cranston, Taylor-Johnson is a serviceable leading-man for the story as Ford – a relatable hero trying to get back to his wife, Elle (Elizabeth Olsen), and son Sam (Carson Bolde). At times it’s clear that Ford is a fictional fabrication – a character designed for every occasion in all the right places at the right times – but thanks to a likable turn from Taylor-Johnson, it’s easy to suspend disbelief and follow along.

While Olsen furnishes one of the stronger performances in the film, the talented actress is given very little screen time. Instead of developing Elle as a character, Edwards sidelines Olsen to fleshing-out the men and monsters around her - adding another layer to Ford as well as providing on-the-ground emotional drama once Godzilla hits the mainland. Similarly, Ken Watanabe’s Dr. Ichiro Serizawa is tasked with delivering exposition in nearly every single scene – providing backstory, scientific revelations, and giant monster insights whenever a character (and the audience) needs clarification. That said, Serizawa is still an impactful addition, similar to Dr. Kyohei Yamane (Takashi Shimura) in the original Godzilla, a scientist reeling from the collision of scientific discovery and its consequences. Serizawa helps viewers navigate conflicting feelings about Godzilla – making it acceptable (at least this time) to root for the King of Monsters, even when he’s destroying entire cities in the process.

Moviegoers expecting two hours of CGI monster beat downs may be underwhelmed by the amount of Godzilla in Edwards’ reboot – but the director has actually delivered a much more ambitious and memorable experience, blending a crowd-pleasing return for the titular star, poignant human drama, thought-provoking cautionary themes, as well as fun Toho series nods – all with entertaining blockbuster spectacle and a third act brawl that sets a new bar for the beloved King of the Monsters.

Narendra Modi claims victory as India's new Prime minister

Eight months after the BJP(Bharatiya Janata Party) named him its prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, 63, proved he was worth the opposition the party originally encountered over its decision. Mr Modi has delivered the BJP's best result ever, giving it more than the 272 seats it needs to form a government.  This is the first parliamentary majority by a single party since 1984.

India has won, good days are coming, Mr Modi said at a rally in Vadodara in his home state of Gujarat, where thousands chanted his name. In a clear message to those who have tagged him a polarising leader, he said, "Even if we've clear majority to run the government, it's our responsibility to take everyone along in running India."

Through his campaign, Mr Modi had vowed to reboot the economy and deliver efficient governance -he said today "development for all" would be his mission.

This afternoon, after it became clear that he was the indisputable champion of the election, Mr Modi, who has been governing Gujarat for 13 years, drove to his mother's house to seek her blessings, promptly tweeting a selfie of their meeting.

He has been elected to parliament from Vadodara and the holy city of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, which he is expected to choose as his constituency.

Modi has promised to unblock stalled investments in power, road and rail projects to revive economic growth that has fallen to a decade low of below 5 percent.
Here are Narendra Modi's 10 To-Do list as PM of India:

1) GOODS AND SERVICES TAX (GST): India's most ambitious indirect tax reform would replace existing state and federal levies with a uniform tax, boosting revenue collection while cutting business transaction costs. GST, which could boost India's economy by up to two percentage points, has so far faced resistance from various states, including those governed by the BJP who fear a loss of their fiscal powers. The BJP aims to address state concerns and implement GST in an "appropriate timeframe". The Congress party would back the reform in opposition, a senior party member told Reuters earlier this month. The reform needs broad backing because it requires a change in the constitution.

2) RESERVE BANK OF INDIA: A Reserve Bank of India panel in January proposed key changes including targeting consumer price inflation and making a committee responsible for monetary policy, and not the RBI governor alone. This would require changes to the RBI Act. The BJP top brass has not spoken widely on the issue, but it will likely be a tough sell for RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan. He has the backing of some global agencies like the International Monetary Fund. Modi's government may also look to eventually separate the debt management function from the RBI, on the gounds that debt management sometimes conflicts with the central bank's monetary policy stance.

3) PRIVATISATION: The new government is likely to focus on selling its holdings in state-run firms that could raise much-needed revenues to trim India's ballooning fiscal deficit and boost economic growth. The rising stock market helped New Delhi raise more than $3 billion via stake sales in the fiscal year to March 31 - but that was only a third of the government's original target. The outgoing government announced plans to raise 569 billion rupees ($9.62 billion) through asset sales in 2014/15. This could help achieve a lower fiscal deficit target of 4.1 percent of GDP. These estimates may be revised by the next government.

4) SUBSIDIES: Modi's government needs to examine how it subsidises basic commodities if it is to contain the fiscal deficit and avoid a ratings downgrade. Subsidies cost an estimated 2.2 percent of India's GDP in 2013-14. The BJP in its manifesto said it will seek greater fiscal discipline without compromising on the availability of funds for development.

5) LABOUR: The BJP wants to reform labour laws to boost job-intensive manufacturing and create as many as 10 million jobs a year for young Indians entering the workforce. Changing the law would be politically tricky, though, and Modi may seek to encourage competition between India's states to boost job creation.

6) DEFENCE: More foreign investment in defence would help India reduce imports, modernise weapons systems and speed up deliveries of hardware it needs for operations and training. India, the world's biggest arms importer, now allows 26 percent foreign ownership in defence, and proposals to exceed that limit are considered only for state-of-the-art technology. The BJP has said it would allow some greater foreign investment in defence industries.

7) INSURANCE: Attempts to raise the cap on foreign investment in India's $45 billion insurance sector, to 49 percent from 26 percent, have met resistance from employees at state-controlled insurers and their political backers. A BJP leader said in March the party had held talks with Congress to break the deadlock.

8) BANKING: The next government will need to help state-run lenders battling rising bad loans caused by the slowing economy, rising interest rates and project delays. Stressed loans in India - either bad and restructured - total $100 billion, or about 10 percent of all loans. Fitch Ratings expects that ratio to reach 14 percent by March 2015. Rising bad loans threaten to choke the gradual recovery in Asia's third-largest economy, according to the OECD. The interim budget in February set aside 112 billion rupees ($1.89 billion) to help the sector meet key capital ratios, but analysts say more money is needed.
9) POWER: A BJP-led government may implement the so-called Gujarat model of distributing electricity that has been widely praised for delivering reliable 24-hour power supplies in the state. Modi provided different power feeds to farmers, households, and companies instead of a uniform feed in his home state.

10) GAS PRICING: In January India notified the new gas pricing formula that could double the prices of locally produced gas from April 1, but the poll regulator stopped the government from raising the prices until the elections are over.Reliance Industries and its partners BP and Niko Resources last week issued a notice of arbitration to the government seeking implementation of higher gas prices. The BJP-led government may review the formula on the lines suggested by a senior party leader last year and announce the date of implementation of new prices

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Best back exercises to loose weight

Whether you’re a guy or a girl, everyone needs strength training. The most neglected area in strength training is often the back and legs. But the thing is that you won’t lose weight unless you develop a proper body if you don’t exercise all the body parts. Weight training will help you build lean muscle, which will boost your metabolism and won’t make your lost weight come back with a vengeance. And ladies, don’t shy away from these exercises, they’ll help you get rid of any stubborn fat you have and give you back to die for!

But first a word of caution, the back houses many important muscles which are of utmost importance for your well-being including the spine! That’s why you need to maintain proper and form and posture while doing these exercises. Proper form is imperative when lifting weights to prevent the risk of injury and to get the most benefits out of the exercise, lift slower with control, connecting your mind to the move. Along with proper form comes the idea of proper alignment (posture) and breathing technique. Both contribute to getting the most out of the exercise and remaining injury free.

Pull -Ups:

It’s old school, it needs you to be tough and it’s effective. The pull-up is the ultimate test of your upper body strength and is a part of standard military tests across the world. It targets your entire back, along with your abs, arms and shoulders and separates the men from the boys. Remember don’t try to do this if you’re overweight. If you’re unable to do a pull-up, trying doing a chin-up (arms closer) failing which you can try to ask someone help you to get started.


If you sat down body builders to choose the most COMPLETE exercise, you’ll hear the name deadlift mentioned again and again. Now the deadlift is a classic exercise and while it requires you to learn the posture and grip properly, once you’ve mastered it, there no better exercise to shave off that fat and gain some muscle. It targets your entire back and also engages your chest, hips, hamstrings, quadriceps, biceps and abs.

Two seated row/Cable row:

Another great exercise for beginners, and is done a pulley or cable machine which is available at most gyms. It’s another compound exercise that works all your back muscles while preparing you for more complex exercises.

Lat Pull-Down:
The lat pull-down is a favourite because it targets the latissimus dorsi muscle and it’s so popular that Bollywood even had an item number based on it (okay maybe Lat lag gayi is not about the lat pull-down)! While doing this exercise make sure you grip the bar properly and keep your back arched so that the bar is slightly ahead of you. Make sure you don’t lock your head and neck which can lead to stiffness.


A back exercise which is usually done with a piece of equipment called the Roman Chair also called a hyperextension bench. Most gyms have this equipment; it’s basically an inclined gym bench with platforms to lock your legs – in some gyms it’s also called the hyperextension bench and targets your lower back. Remember to do this exercise smoothly without any jerks.

Bent Over Dumbbell Rows:

Another old school favourite, this exercise works your back properly but like the deadlift you need to maintain a neutral spine. Start with a dumbbell in each hand. Bend your knees slightly and bring your torso forward. Keeping your back straight and head up, bend at the hips until you are nearly parallel to the floor. Keeping your torso stationary, lift the dumbbells to your sides as you exhale, keeping your elbows close to your body. As you pull, squeeze your shoulders back and hold for a brief pause. Inhale as you slowly lower the weights back to the starting position.

One Arm Dumbbell Rows:
This exercise is usually done on a bench with one knee and arm on the bench and the other foot on the floor. This is an alternative exercise and targets only one side of the back and you’ve to repeat for both sides. It targets the middle back, the traps and biceps. Always look straight while performing this exercise as this will help keep the back straight. Keep the upper half of your body completely fixed while doing this and don’t let your shoulder drop. Make sure you’re pulling using your back muscles and not your forearm.

The Good Morning is one compound exercise that divides the bodybuilding community. Considered a more advanced exercise, it is revered by some for its effect on the hamstrings (primary muscle worked), glutes, abs and lower back while others vilify it for its high likelihood to cause injuries. While it definitely is an advanced move, when performed 
correctly, it has immense benefits.

Cardio and Diet:
And of course it’s impossible to shape any part of the body without following a proper dietary regime. For example, some things you need to keep in mind is to eat more meals but smaller ones, eat more fibre, stay away from saturated fats, stay hydrated, cut down on sugar, cut down on alcohol and most importantly keep track of what you eat. Along with that you need to follow a proper cardio regime withrunning , proper cardio regime with walking , cycling , swimming and other aerobic exercises which will improve your cardiovascular health and also help you lose weight.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Microsoft announces that Xbox One would now be available without Kinect

The Xbox One will finally be available as a stand alone console without the Kinect in the box. This will mean a new lower price and an oppurtunity for all those to enjoy free games and lot more.

Microsoft is extending its value offerings further by allowing Xbox 360 and Xbox One users to access entertainment apps without needing an Xbox Live Gold membership from June.

That means everyone with an Xbox console will be able to play free games, access exclusive discounts and use streaming services like Netflix, for free. Other online services available for free include Twitch, GoPro, HBO Go, Skype and more to total the 170 apps on offer.

Users not paying for a Gold membership will be able to play online also. They will have access to Free Games with Gold getting an extra title in June: Dark Souls, Charlie Murder and Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition.

Deals with Gold will also launch in June. Exclusive discounts will start with Forza 5 and Ryse: Son of Rome being offered for less to paying Gold members. Savings will be between 50 per cent and 75 per cent in the coming months, says Microsoft. A special VIP room for Gold members will be launched featuring free games, monthly deals and more.

What owners of the new Xbox One will be sacrificing, other than the Kinect camera, is its voice recognition smarts. That means voice controls won't be possible for owners of the £349 Xbox One.

But the new price means more people can get access to games like Titanfall, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Forza Motorsport 5 and Dead Rising 3.

The Terminator could actually be a reality one day

How creepy could it feel, seeing the terminator on roads and also fighting criminals and gunning them down, just like the movie. Hmmm thanks to advanced engineering, technology and artificial intelligence, drones could be capable of operating and firing weaponry autonomously in the not-too-distant future Advancing technology may offer the benefits of rapid response time, lower costs, and reduced physical and emotional risks to human soldiers. But these so-called ‘killer robots’ are also raising concerns around the world. ‘Fully autonomous weapons represent the step beyond remote-controlled armed drones,’ Human Rights Watch (HRW) in a report released today in conjunction with Harvard Law School’s International Human Rights Clinic wrote ‘Unlike any existing weapons, these robots would identify and fire on targets without meaningful human intervention,’ they wrote.
According to HRW, the governments of the United States, Israel, China, Russia, South Korea and the United Kingdom are believed to be investigating the potential of autonomous drones, with the U.S. and U.K. already sending devices on test flights, CBS New reported. The HRW report argues that such autonomous weapons would undermine basic human rights and the principle of human dignity. 
‘As inanimate machines, fully autonomous weapons could truly comprehend neither the value of individual life nor the significance of its loss. Allowing them to make determinations to take life away would thus conflict with the principle of dignity,’ the report said . Another fear is that the autonomous drones would not be able to distinguish between combatants and civilians in the report, HRW calls for countries to pass laws against ‘killer drones’ and support an internationally binding agreement to ‘prohibit the development, production, and use of fully autonomous weapons.’
So long Arnie, I think we can only get to see you in the big screen in your metallic avatar.