5 thoughts on “armed dolphins heading your way

  1. Tore Vesterby

    Trust me, armed dolphins are not a hoax or even sci-fi. I have an old friend who has been on training missions with these “animal operatives”. He claims they are ¸berhardcore and very, very expensive to train and maintain. So you’re still in the boring old three dimensions of the Milky Way, Jill. Sorry to disappoint you.

  2. JosÈ Angel

    O my… I foresee combined armies of chimps and robots. Please disappoint me!

  3. trond

    I’m afraid we’ve all slipped into a parallell universe. Check this.

  4. nick

    It gives a whole new meaning to the phrase Navy SEAL.”

  5. John Norvell

    Huge discussion of this on Slashdot this week.

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