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5th Aug '16 12:31:08 PM Morgenthaler
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5th Aug '16 12:02:46 PM Morgenthaler
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* A ''SaturdayMorningBreakfastCereal'' strip shows a couple of scientists coming to the conclusion that we are in a simulated reality. The last panel has a pair of alien scientists celebrating that our universe broke the record for how long it took a simulated reality to moon them.

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* A ''SaturdayMorningBreakfastCereal'' ''Webcomic/SaturdayMorningBreakfastCereal'' strip shows a couple of scientists coming to the conclusion that we are in a simulated reality. The last panel has a pair of alien scientists celebrating that our universe broke the record for how long it took a simulated reality to moon them.
9th Jul '16 1:06:40 AM dvorak
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* The Metal God from the forum game ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14676704340A65280400&page=1 We write the timeline for a fantasy/science fantasy/just plain weird world]]'' is a Bracewell probe (A self-replicating space probe that establishes peaceful contact with alien civilizations, uplifts primitive ones, and terraforms barren worlds to support life) from an unknown civilization of BenevolentPrecursors. Its nemesis, Gur, is a [[note:Green Goo:read "Organitek GreyGoo"]] Berserker (A self-replicating space probe that destroys alien civilizations).

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* The Metal God from the forum game ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14676704340A65280400&page=1 We write the timeline for a fantasy/science fantasy/just plain weird world]]'' is a Bracewell probe (A self-replicating space probe that establishes peaceful contact with alien civilizations, uplifts primitive ones, and terraforms barren worlds to support life) from an unknown civilization of BenevolentPrecursors. Its nemesis, Gur, is a [[note:Green Goo:read [[labelnote:Green Goo]]read "Organitek GreyGoo"]] GreyGoo"[[/labelnote]] Berserker (A self-replicating space probe that destroys alien civilizations).
9th Jul '16 12:58:19 AM dvorak
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* The Metal God from the forum game ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14676704340A65280400&page=1 We write the timeline for a fantasy/science fantasy/just plain weird world]]'' is a Bracewell probe (A self-replicating space probe that establishes peaceful contact with alien civilizations, uplifts primitive ones, and terraforms barren worlds to support life) from an unknown civilization of BenevolentPrecursors. Its nemesis, Gur, is a Green Goo (like GreyGoo but with OrganicTechnology instead of nanobots) Berserker (A self-replicating space probe that destroys alien civilizations).

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* The Metal God from the forum game ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14676704340A65280400&page=1 We write the timeline for a fantasy/science fantasy/just plain weird world]]'' is a Bracewell probe (A self-replicating space probe that establishes peaceful contact with alien civilizations, uplifts primitive ones, and terraforms barren worlds to support life) from an unknown civilization of BenevolentPrecursors. Its nemesis, Gur, is a Green Goo (like GreyGoo but with OrganicTechnology instead of nanobots) [[note:Green Goo:read "Organitek GreyGoo"]] Berserker (A self-replicating space probe that destroys alien civilizations).
8th Jul '16 11:24:01 PM dvorak
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* The Metal God from the forum game ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14676704340A65280400&page=1 We write the timeline for a fantasy/science fantasy/just plain weird world]]'' is a Bracewell probe (A self-replicating space probe that establishes peaceful contact with alien civilizations, uplifts primitive ones, and terraforms barren worlds to support life) from an unknown precursor civilization. Its nemesis, Gur, is a Green Goo (like GreyGoo but with OrganicTechnology instead of nanobots) Berserker (A self-replicating space probe that destroys alien civilizations).

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* The Metal God from the forum game ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14676704340A65280400&page=1 We write the timeline for a fantasy/science fantasy/just plain weird world]]'' is a Bracewell probe (A self-replicating space probe that establishes peaceful contact with alien civilizations, uplifts primitive ones, and terraforms barren worlds to support life) from an unknown precursor civilization.civilization of BenevolentPrecursors. Its nemesis, Gur, is a Green Goo (like GreyGoo but with OrganicTechnology instead of nanobots) Berserker (A self-replicating space probe that destroys alien civilizations).
8th Jul '16 11:17:46 PM dvorak
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* The Metal God from the forum game [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14676704340A65280400&page=1 We write the timeline for a fantasy/science fantasy/just plain weird world]] is a Bracewell probe (A self-replicating space probe that establishes peaceful contact with alien civilizations, uplifts primitive ones, and terraforms barren worlds to support life) from an unknown precursor civilization. Its nemesis, Gur, is a Green Goo (like GreyGoo but with OrganicTechnology instead of nanobots) Berserker (A self-replicating space probe that destroys alien civilizations).

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* The Metal God from the forum game [[http://tvtropes.''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14676704340A65280400&page=1 We write the timeline for a fantasy/science fantasy/just plain weird world]] world]]'' is a Bracewell probe (A self-replicating space probe that establishes peaceful contact with alien civilizations, uplifts primitive ones, and terraforms barren worlds to support life) from an unknown precursor civilization. Its nemesis, Gur, is a Green Goo (like GreyGoo but with OrganicTechnology instead of nanobots) Berserker (A self-replicating space probe that destroys alien civilizations).
8th Jul '16 11:17:16 PM dvorak
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* The Metal God from the forum game [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=14676704340A65280400&page=1 We write the timeline for a fantasy/science fantasy/just plain weird world]] is a Bracewell probe (A self-replicating space probe that establishes peaceful contact with alien civilizations, uplifts primitive ones, and terraforms barren worlds to support life) from an unknown precursor civilization. Its nemesis, Gur, is a Green Goo (like GreyGoo but with OrganicTechnology instead of nanobots) Berserker (A self-replicating space probe that destroys alien civilizations).




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* [=CyBugs=] from ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' are robotic beetles that consume raw materials from their surroundings, and uses those resources to adapt themselves to the environment and produce offsprings. They can also consume technology to self-modify (for example, gobbling up a hapless {{Space Marine}}'s assault rifle leads to a 'bug with machine gun forelegs).
17th Jan '16 3:15:01 PM Servbot
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* [[MadScientist Doctor]] [[BigBad Jail Scaglietti]] of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'', creator of the various [[SuperSoldier Artificial Mages]] and Combat {{Cyborg}}s in the series, is eventually revealed to be an ArtificialHuman himself [[spoiler:[[GovernmentConspiracy who was created by the very founders of the]] [[TheFederation Time-Space Administration Bureau]]]]

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* [[MadScientist Doctor]] [[BigBad Jail Scaglietti]] of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'', ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers'', creator of the various [[SuperSoldier Artificial Mages]] and Combat {{Cyborg}}s in the series, is eventually revealed to be an ArtificialHuman himself [[spoiler:[[GovernmentConspiracy who was created by the very founders of the]] [[TheFederation Time-Space Administration Bureau]]]]
17th Jan '16 3:00:19 PM nombretomado
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* In StarControl2, the Slylandro Probe is a faultily-programmed self-replicating robot spaceship which will first greet your ship in a friendly manner... then try to break it up for parts to make more probes.

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* In StarControl2, ''VideoGame/StarControlII'', the Slylandro Probe is a faultily-programmed self-replicating robot spaceship which will first greet your ship in a friendly manner... then try to break it up for parts to make more probes.
10th Nov '15 2:50:09 PM Saber15
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* In Creator/StephenBaxter's ''Manifold'' trilogy, this is a recurring theme. ''Literature/ManfoldTime'' and ''Literature/ManifoldSpace'' opens with Reid Malenfant giving a speech advocating that humanity colonize the galaxy using self-replicating terraforming scout starships; for the cost of just one ship, they can shoot it to Alpha Centuari where it will break up asteroids to build more scout ships to investigate and terraform promising solar systems. In ''Manifold Space'', the discovery of an asteroid in Jupiter orbit glowing in the infrared spectrum leads to the discovery that robotic terraformers are ''here'', though [[spoiler: it is later subverted in that the 'Gaijin' robots are merely a very exotic iron-based form of mechanical life]]

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* In Creator/StephenBaxter's ''Manifold'' trilogy, this is a recurring theme. ''Literature/ManfoldTime'' ''Literature/ManifoldTime'' and ''Literature/ManifoldSpace'' opens with Reid Malenfant giving a speech advocating that humanity colonize the galaxy using self-replicating terraforming scout starships; for the cost of just one ship, they can shoot it to Alpha Centuari where it will break up asteroids to build more scout ships to investigate and terraform promising solar systems. In ''Manifold Space'', the discovery of an asteroid in Jupiter orbit glowing in the infrared spectrum leads to the discovery that robotic terraformers are ''here'', though [[spoiler: it is later subverted in that the 'Gaijin' robots are merely a very exotic iron-based form of mechanical life]]
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