Thermite 3.0 is touted as the “world’s first practical fire-fighting robot,” and rightfully so. It’s compact enough to fit inside a normal elevator, and / or drive through a 36″ wide door. When turned on, this bot can deliver up to 1,200-gallons of water or foam per minute at 150psi. The chassis itself is based on Howe and Howe Tech RS1-D2 US ARMY I.E.D. defeat robot, and has been proven through years of military explosive ordinance testing at Aberdeen Proving Grounds to be one of the most durable robots ever built. A “flip-top” platform ensures maintenance and modification is a breeze. Other features include: multiple integrated HD analog video cameras and optional infrared FLIR. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including IndyCar racing on the Golden Gate Bridge.