we're in the information age. Every single thing you do with machines and computers is automatically tracked within their own black box, and ever increasing more machines are connected to something like a cloud network, even your toaster is if its new. Sending data back to the mother ship to help the marketing teams come up with better way to lure in new customers
Officially, no. But if they did really build a machine that was purposed to do that they wouldn't tell the public about it either.
Since desecration of corpses on the battlefield is against the GENEVA convention the official story is they don't even have the ability to deploy something like this on the battlefield now or ever. Then again, why do people support moral rules in war? The goal is to win
They can digest and use animal fats, the example that is often referenced with these machines is turkey fat
No, I have. You act like it's just "iconography," but Jewish communities across the globe see a Swaztika as a literal assault on their existence, because of the collective trauma endured at the hands of genocidal maniacs. Jewish memories are *long*, in part because they are passed down by generations in an effort to preserve a history many societies have tried to erase. Telling me to "get that checked out" is like telling a victim of heinous assault that "it's not a big deal and you're overreacting."
Don't you dare gaslight me.
Shame on you for having the emotional and empathetic range of a teaspoon, and shame on your entire family for not teaching you better.