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PRC UFOs and other Asian tech oddities

The enigma that is the Chinese just got a little more enigmamatical (?). The Chinese state-run press released the shocking news today that a privately held company has developed an unmanned, disc-shaped, UFO-like aircraft. Apparently, this thing does all the typical UFO stuff – hovering, check; vertical takeoffs and landings, check; supersonic death beam, we’ll get back to on that.

The real question, of course, is what the hell are they going to do with this thing? Well, let your fears be assuaged. The aircraft will be used for mundane tasks such as geological surveying and enslaving alien home worlds aerial photography.

Chinese UFO

In other Asian-market tech news, the Japanese have countered the Chinese UFO with a high-tech, miniature fembot, complete with “love mode.” Ema (Eternal, Maiden, Actualization) the 15 inch tall bombshell gets around a lot, it seems. Whenever “her” sensors detect a face, it’s time to pucker up, buttercup, ’cause you’re going to get a big wet one from the bot.

In the racket of Asian super-science, you really get a sense of who’s in it to really kick ass, the Chinese and their UFO, and who’s just toying around for shits and giggles, the Japanese and their ridiculous fembot. However, strap this bot to the solar powered undies also in development and you have the beginnings of a tireless army of tiny female robots. I’m sure someone out there is just giddy with excitement!

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June 17, 2008 - Posted by | Technological Marvels

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