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Old 12-14-2018, 06:35 AM
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A.L. (artificial life) - The Push

I suppose you have seen the rise of the opening up of the artificial harlot (brothel) among other things. Lest it is forgotten
You know that when you were pagans, you were influenced and led astray to mute idols.

(1 Corinthians 12:2)
Idolatry
1 : the worship of a physical object as a god
2 : immoderate attachment or devotion to something

"Little children, keep yourselves from idols, , for I the Lord your God am a jealous God”

(1 John 5:21, Exodus 20:5)
Although closely related, I have bumped a former thread into a new one, reason being is the bar of the ambitious creator is being pushed so far into trying to mimic the true Creator, the recognizing of their machine will one day exceed the need of tweaking out clunky body-language.

I do not doubt the day (lest He come) when at last the handful of top-tech savvy will lift their glass of choice in jubilee to close the bench, turn off the workshop light and let A.I. itself conduct the progress of exceeding the “mute” or “dumb” (V-2) idol.

I also do not doubt a huge portion of the Christian community (previous comments) are willing to accept that because the dumbness of the idol is being resolved, the “jealousy” is being reduced.

I say to these, , wake-up you stiff-necked tech and all assoc! It isn’t being reduced, but intensified while the Creator resorts to the same skillful recipe of His own, ,
Now therefore let me alone, that my wrath may grow hot against them,
and that I may consume them: and I will make of you a great nation
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Old 12-14-2018, 06:40 AM
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So at last, when that beast stands before you and you look it straight into the false apple of His eye and throw-down every claim of perfection when God himself lets you in on the exceeding truth, ,
“Greater is He that is in you, than He that is in the world”

(1 John 4:4)
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Old 12-22-2018, 07:36 AM
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There are a few choice companies in this push. Some of the most fuild and life-like creations have been produced from Walt Disney’s WDI’s team. What I wasn’t originally aware of going into this thread is a statement I found this morning that sums up a hefty confirmation for us,
“We don’t stop until the technology can’t be seen. It should be invisible” -

Robotics Company Walt Disney Imagineering Executive Producer TAP/Director – Lisa Girolami
Why should they? The sky is the limit for the drive of a Babelite
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Old 12-23-2018, 06:20 AM
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AI is a tool. Thats all. Like anything else, the good or evil of it depends on what a man does with it.

It would be nice to have fighter planes do their job without losing any of our boys in combat, or have lights and machines turn themselves on or off when needed in order to save energy.

On the other hand, if someone builds themselves a god, then that would be evil, but is that a new thing? Nothing new under the sun there.

There never will be a Star Trek Commander Data I don't think, something declared "sentient" with human rights, at least not in my lifetime. If there ever is, well, each individual will have to follow their own conscience on what they think of it. But again, that is nothing new either
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Old 12-23-2018, 09:25 AM
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Yes, I can see how man’s choice is still a common outcome in whatever he sets out to do of not presenting anything new under the sun, I ask then, , is that choice shielded from the possibility of our selves being deceived from this which is itself, much less than the error of testing God with idolatry (as explained)?

For many years now, the age of innovation’s creators as well as inconsistent lifestyles have been handed the same conclusive protection; ‘as long as they keep away from me’ bent doesn’t completely seal the excrement that isn’t happy to drag me and mine into, but now wants to turn the closet inside-out and subdue godliness. As though trying to free their bondage through us.

Therein and not to be snotty about it but in truth, we have two regarded as classical processors, the protection we award and tricks of the deceiver.
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Old 01-02-2019, 08:53 AM
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The disgusting depravity is furthering the push the body of Christ had ought to be ready for. For we now know that given time, the ethical foundations found in the members of congress won’t always be there for us.
“In March, the president of a sex doll manufacturing company claimed sex dolls and robots would be better for children than pornography, and a sex doll brothel in Barcelona, Spain, introduced its first male sex doll for “curious” customers.

Members of Congress also made moves in March to ban the importation of “Pedophilic Robots” from the United States, with the Curbing Realistic Exploitative Electronic Pedophilic Robots (CREEPER) Act — which received thirty-one co-sponsors.”
It is much more refreshing to think on ourselves as in a condition of readiness than one of vulnerability.

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Old 01-02-2019, 09:37 AM
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Capitalism, ya' takes the good with the bad I guess.

As a system, it has provided a wonderful quality of life, even though we have this kind of filth going along with it. Is this new development any worse than the porn and prostitution that we have had since... ...forever?

I am not excusing it mind you
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Old 01-02-2019, 06:34 PM
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Thank God! For who knows how much longer before some accommodating liberal churches citing all the justifications, congress, the dept of commerce and whomever else caves to public pressure and clears the path for America’s hot-spots to kick this off?

I don’t think we are that far away of introducing another abominable avenue to mislead those in the valley of decision, just like abortion does.

That said, I don’t think your point and mine should remain opposed but used as good boundary making. Technology as should be used, yes, even aiding a quality of life should incorporate both core and liberality as one.

Fair enough?

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Old 01-03-2019, 09:47 AM
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Thank God! For who knows how much longer before some accommodating liberal churches citing all the justifications, congress, the dept of commerce and whomever else caves to public pressure and clears the path for America’s hot-spots to kick this off?

I don’t think we are that far away of introducing another abominable avenue to mislead those in the valley of decision, just like abortion does.

That said, I don’t think your point and mine should remain opposed but used as good boundary making. Technology as should be used, yes, even aiding a quality of life should incorporate both core and liberality as one.

Fair enough?
Like I said, I don't disagree with you that this stuff is terrible, and no doubt an abomination to God.

I was just saying that in a Capitalist economy, where there are buyers, there will always be a supplier. That is good and bad at the same time.

Its cannot be stopped, unfortunately. As with so many other sins, there are those who embrace the sin, and those who embrace God.
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Old 09-06-2019, 04:36 AM
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Its cannot be stopped, unfortunately. As with so many other sins, there are those who embrace the sin, and those who embrace God.
I wish that you had become kings so that we also might
reign with you, , if possible of you, living at peace with all men


(1 Corinthians 4:8, Romans 12:18)
Seeing how you want Catholicism to succeed to which I am not opposed, but observing your ever disregard for the correct response to any evil, I don’t care what kind of shape our current affairs are in, that gives no Christian right to trample the ordinance of power God has instituted regardless of what is common to man,
For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to evil.

(Romans 13:3)
I suspect the greater conclusion you to wish to foster is that support for the “ruler” seen here needs to be suspended because that lawmaker nor our Gov't isn’t recognizably Catholic. Whether or not this is the cause for your inactive consent and if there is some other cause for your ongoing retreat, that would also easily be incorporated for instructing the reader into sub-par Roman’s performance.

Not to say a call for mercy would not make its presence known, but that doesn't seem to what we are set to establish here.

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