The computers that controlled the machine sent two Terminators back through time…
Cyberdyne Systems developed Skynet. It was intended for the U.S. Military as an Global Digital Defense Network. The idea was simple, but flawed: Skynet would have control of computer operated military systems, from Stealth Bombers to the entire Nuclear arsenal. The intent was to eliminate human error.
Skynet went live on August 4, 1997. After collecting, analyzing and processing billions of pieces of information and intelligence, Skynet become self-aware on August 29.
The operators panicked and tried to shut the system down. Sensing this as an attack, Skynet launched a nuclear attack that resulted in the death of 3 billion people.
So, do the residents of Glasgow, Scotland have anything to fear when they pass by this building?
Doubtful. Skynet Security Systems in Glasgow specializes in high-end commercial and residential security. From alarm systems to motion detectors and cameras, Skynet will certainly keep your home secure. The threat of them acting the antagonist in a global nuclear strike? Slim. Very, very slim.
Now, give me your jacket, your glasses and your motorcycle.