Posted November 25, 2018 12:31:48 A video of an underwater robot being smashed by a railway train in a Florida backyard has been viewed more than 5.6 million times on Facebook and more than 50 million times since it was posted on Friday, the latest video to be seen on the social media platform.
The video, uploaded by user ‘The Bigger Picture’, shows a giant robotic arm being used to smash a train near a suburban park.
It has been watched more than 6.6million times and been shared more than 1.6m times.
“We’re all familiar with giant robots and giant trains being crushed on a regular basis.
I was going to post this video to Facebook but I decided to make it a personal one,” said user ‘Mr Robot’, who is known for his videos of robots trying to avoid and avoid a collision.
The footage is a mashup of several videos of the robot’s movements, including this one showing him struggling to get to the top of a train in Florida.
It was taken from the company’s Facebook page.
The robot was not seriously injured in the collision and is now safely resting on its back in the water, Mr Robot said.
He said he was hoping to get the video shared on the company website, as well as Facebook and Twitter.
He has not yet posted the video on Facebook or Twitter.
“My goal is to reach a million views,” he said.
“I hope people can see the footage and tell their friends about it.”
“We love to make things like this for the community.
I have to keep reminding myself that we’re not robots but rather an extension of nature.
I think it’s amazing that people can relate to this video.”
‘It’s going to get bigger’: Robots can’t be trusted to stay on the ground Source: ABC News | December 04, 2018 10:27:08 In a similar video, a robot in Japan was taken off the ground by a crane after a train smashed through it.
In 2017, a Chinese man was knocked unconscious by a flying train in the UK, and a woman died after falling from a skyscraper in New York.