Robot pr0n?

Oh man, are robots even infiltrating our pr0n industry?

Scientists are using ‘mating’ robot fish to verify whether early humans had flexible ‘rods’ instead of backbones. They say robot tadpole sex might help shed light on how our early ancestors evolved backbones, reports LiveScience.

OK, I guess out naughty movie bits are safe for now. Still, how often do you get to hear scientists are dealing with mating, humans, robot fish, and flexible ‘rods’ all in one sentence? And people say scientists have no fun!

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