And if you thought Piers Morgan was just a realistic robot – you ain’t seen nothin yet! Sorry Piers was that was a bit mean. We’ve all seen the sci-fi films of the eighties and nineties like Robocop and others, where we were convinced that the sophisticated robots on the screen were many many decades away, well apparently not – here’s the state of the art when it comes to animatronics and robotics.
Why recreate what God has already perfected?
Creepy as it seems, I’ve no doubt that the next generation of kids will grow up with these things as their guardians, teachers, mentors and it won’t be long before people are demanding the rights to marry them. It’s quite disconcerting to be frank for us oldies – perhaps I speak for myself, but what do you think? Is this kind of being walking among us going to be good for mankind, or is creating half-baked versions of God’s already perfected human body more akin to sticking a bumper sticker on a Ferrari?
No amount of manipulating chemicals and molecules will give rise to real living conscience
Call me old fashioned, but personally I cannot see how this will add to the happiness of mankind – it just makes the real thing – us and our roles in life to look after each other and our neighbours redundant. What’s really interesting about this though is one fact; no scientist will ever be able to place a soul – a living conscience in one of these things no matter how hard they try. Only God has the key to creating conscience – a soul and the ability to attach it to living flesh to create a self-aware mind conscious of it’s place in time and space.