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the main antagonist in the Terminator franchise. Responsible for Judgement Day. A self-aware artificial intelligence program.

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The Butterfly Effect states that the smallest change to an environment can have massive ramifications. So, why did Skynet start mucking about with the timeline in the first place? Because it had … far too great. Due to chaos theory (butterfly effect) Skynet could inadvertently cause itself not to be created. It has a better chance of killing a nobody (Sarah/John) in the past and not affecting its own creation, as they don't become important until after Judgement Day …
answered Jul 16 '15 by harmingcola
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and be a machine instead? Skynet replaced every one of Johns cells with a nanite. At which point Skynet had complete control over John, absorbing all of John's memories, his skills and knowledge. This created a terminator human hybrid. …
answered Jul 6 '15 by harmingcola