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Just like flying cars.

Not going to happen soon.
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Guys, they aren't talking about creating artificial mechanical life. they're talking about creating life from biological stuff. This isn't AI, but AL. Totally different, and the first stuff they make will probably be single celled organisms. But the government will probably grab them, turn them into some deadly infectious organism, create an anti-biotic, then release it upon the world after distributing the anti-biotic to the american public. Then they all die, american lives and we take over the world.
Then you get a guy named Adam Sutler who creates a cure thus resulting in us hailing him as our newer ruler and protector.

And we of OCN must dress up in Guy Fawkes masks and march down to the government while one of us tries to be kick ass by jumping on roofs and killing other people by injecting them with homemade toxins that cause themselves through throw up and die in their own throw up and leaving on a single rose. Scarlet Carsons might be a good choice.

But not before we kidnap a nice attractive blond, shave her head, scare her sh itless and turn her into a rebel that she wanted to be and then blowing up congress. Why does that all sound so familiar?
    
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They are hot if they are cartoon representations of hot women. Which they usually are.
I tried to save you... Oh well, more real women for me to choose from, then.
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I tried to save you... Oh well, more real women for me to choose from, then.
Please try to remember that your views may differ from another person's.
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Then you get a guy named Adam Sutler who creates a cure thus resulting in us hailing him as our newer ruler and protector.

And we of OCN must dress up in Guy Fawkes masks and march down to the government while one of us tries to be kick ass by jumping on roofs and killing other people by injecting them with homemade toxins that cause themselves through throw up and die in their own throw up and leaving on a single rose. Scarlet Carsons might be a good choice.

But not before we kidnap a nice attractive blond, shave her head, scare her sh itless and turn her into a rebel that she wanted to be and then blowing up congress. Why does that all sound so familiar?
Because it's simply the obvious course of action.
Just like the skynet/cylon scenario.
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the ability to reason, deliberate and choose flows from the immaterial soul. to propose we can create free, intelligent life as someone suggested before is absurd
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I tried to save you... Oh well, more real women for me to choose from, then.
I think you have one to chose from.

Your hand.

/discussion

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Anyways, this is interesting, and it certainly is interesting it what this will bring about in the medical fields.
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the ability to reason, deliberate and choose flows from the immaterial soul. to propose we can create free, intelligent life as someone suggested before is absurd
I thought it was the fact we have a brain determines that we can make logical choices. Test tube babies anyone?

See one thing is that mixing science and religion/spirituality usually cause major disagreement. Scientifically it is our brain that is making choices. Religiously our souls tell us what is moral and amoral. but again science and religion normally don't mix too well.
    
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the ability to reason, deliberate and choose flows from the immaterial soul. to propose we can create free, intelligent life as someone suggested before is absurd
Actualy, it flows from from the very tangible, very physical, functions of our brains. It won't be long before we know exactly how it works, and when we know that, we will beable to make utterly fantastic changes, or create an equivalent, from whole cloth. All that is required is a little time, the right market forces, and lots of money.

As far as actual evidence is concerned, there is nothing about us that is immaterial. Every thought, every desire, every memory, every emotion, even your faith, is naught but the interactions of some neurons.

Highly respected people said airplanes were an impossible absurdity less than a decade before they were reality.
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I think you have one to chose from.

Your hand.

/discussion

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Anyways, this is interesting, and it certainly is interesting it what this will bring about in the medical fields.
Touche.
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