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This Robot Wants to Crawl up Your Colon

by Conner Flynn
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Robots will be the end of us all. The sooner we accept that, the sooner we can begin figuring out the best ways to ingratiate ourselves to our new overlords. However, getting to our eventual robot death is going to be a long hard road, with a lot of pain. Pain and humiliation. Which I can only imagine, this self-propelling colonoscope knows all about.

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A colonoscope, for those who don’t know, is a long, thin, flexible tube with a camera and a light attached. It is used to examine the inside of the large intestine. That’s right. This robot is like an inch worm that crawls up your butt-space. Thanks, science. Robots just have to humiliate us before our final demise. It’s how they roll. Or in this case, inch forward.

You can watch it moving inside of a fake human in the video below:

Prepare to cringe as you watch this thing slither through some faux intestines. Damn you robots. You aren’t getting inside of me and laying eggs so your robot babies can burst out of my chest!

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