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Jun 10, 2008 | 12:09 PM EDT

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    Wilson! by cyber-turnip
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This took alot of work. The music is public domain and was used in "Night of the Living Dead", most sound effects were by myself but a handful are from www.flashkits.com. Enjoy!

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kyn3kyn3

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 10, 2008

good

it was all right



kalanaphkalanaph

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 10, 2008

It's good, actually

I find the concept intrigueing. It's like a never-ending cycle. He makes a new one, and it does the same thing. Who knows if the beginning of the video is even the beginning?


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eclipsstudioseclipsstudios

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 10, 2008

hmmm

I liked the animation (accept the dogs, I thought they were a little cheap) I liked the loop "back to the future" type thing.



KuroiYashaKuroiYasha

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 10, 2008

I like the idea

Looping this movie was very good idea which gives it some kind of mystery.
But a scene with dogs was ridiculous, that was the weakest part of the animation.
But that's a quite good movie.


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Murdoc1110Murdoc1110

Rated 3 / 5 stars June 10, 2008

neat, but i don't get the point

the animation was fine, except for the part with the dogs. and the loop does'nt really make sense. if the first robot made the second robot, and the second robot went back in time, the first robot wouldn't be there. or they'd both be inside the time-crowave. it was entertaining though.


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cyber-turnip responds:

No. The first robot which we'll call robot A appears in the time-crowave. He finds materials and builds Robot B. He gives his battery to Robot B, thus shutting himself down, he continues to exist on this time-line, we just don't see it progress any further. Robot B then goes back in time and as such becomes Robot A. It's the same robot, just doubled up with time-travel.
It's a pretty simple paradox. If you can accept the concept of a paradox, it makes perfect sense.