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Terminator 3 - Naked T-800 and Reece
At the beginning of Terminator, Reece (the guy who was sent back in time to protect Sarah Connor) told her he could not carry any weapons or other non living material. Asked how the Terminator could use the machine he answered that the Terminator was covered by living tissue.
But in both Terminator 2: Judgement Day and Terminator 3: Rise of the machines the T-1000 and TX could also use the time-travel machine. Both models consist of liquid metal, in T3 it is a solid skeleton under liquid metal as you can clearly see in some scenes.
So how could pure metal be alive and thus use the time-travel?
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da_samman writes:
Two possiblilities that I can think of: A. The liquid metal terminators DID come from the future, so it is possible that the liquid metal is organic in nature. B. When the liquid metal terminator is transported into the past, it is first coated with an organic skin, like The cyborg terminator.
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nomad762 writes:
This issue was raised in the T2 section of this site. Check out that "thread" for SEVERAL explanations of how it's possible.
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