Science & Technology

United States
November 21, 2006 3:34pm CST
According to the article “Human or Robot?” – http://www.geocities.com/ulafrique/nanotechnology.html - you may not be a real human. Did you know that if you live in the USA or have ever traveled to the USA as of the 1940s, you could very well be a genetically engineered being, a doppelganger of the real you, or an outright robot? Are you a true human or a robot?
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14 responses
• India
7 Jan 07
well i think though technology is not made public that could b a rality but u just got to remember the person u are is u ur self so dont b upset and life u r life freely
• United States
8 Jan 07
Where are you coming from, my dear. This discussion was simply to inform you of the state of affairs in our midst, when it comes to science and technology. This discusion was simply to let you know that there are governments that are using the potentials of Hi-Tech to dehumanize people into compliance - a form of slavery. Any way, if you are human, I hope you really enjoy your life. Best wishes!
@safiuddin (166)
• India
30 Dec 06
excuse me. I am ofcourse a human. but science has been vey asvanced and nothin is now impossible for it do.
• United States
2 Jan 07
Possibly.
• India
20 Dec 06
every man is a robot according to me but instead of nervous system we use wires in robots instead of brain we use processor as we cant develop genes so easily as we can develop electronics robot is a dummy being as we've created it we dont want it to excel us
• United States
21 Dec 06
I'm gald you included the "according to me." However, true Humans are not robots - true Humans can think, reason and act at will! Robots, on the other hand, can only function/perform under directives. Robots just do not think asnd cannot reason! Do re-read the article Human or Robot? - link attached to the question.
@borg_queen (2535)
• Philippines
17 Dec 06
I find that too paranoiacal. But I am always open to hearing such things. (How many times have you been annoyed at those movies where one said s/he saw something and other didn't believe.) Conspiracy theories are always intriguing. Skeptics always try to rationalize things because they fear the unknown and the unexplainable.
• United States
19 Dec 06
Just the kind of response I would expect from a borg. Be ye informed, however, that we, true humans, are smarter than Isimov's Quinn. Meaning that the Bradleys are never going to take over the world!
• India
14 Dec 06
i read the article that provokes a lot of questions in my mind..and now i doubt my humanity..lol jokes apart, this thing is worth a thought, though i strongly believe that i am a human but now i would gather some more information about the subject and analyse the whole scenario more thoroghly
• United States
15 Dec 06
My dear, this is not Science Fiction. Also check-out the following discussion: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=Ap46VKiZAg91H9.DHN_BH_0jzKIX?qid=20060905111553AATau6R
• United States
14 Dec 06
Haha! I believe that's total BS, maybe sometime in the REALLLLLLLLLLLLLLL distant future that might be true.. But I think it's just a head game. Think about it for a moment... If we were all "robots" wouldn't we have some kind of "signature, even internally" that's fed back to some kind of super computer.. and wouldn't all of the unsolved crimes, and murders be solved?? There's a thought to chew on.
• United States
15 Dec 06
No, this is not a mind game. I am very aware that like Isaac Asimov's Quinn, I, too, will appear very out-of-syn while the Bradleys take (or attempt to take) over the world. However, be informed with "Be Ye Informed!" - http://www.africaplanet.com/showthread.php?t=8333 Good day!
• United States
14 Dec 06
Yes it is possible that we will optimize ourselves by supplaning various technological equipments to our body but i think our consciousness will remain ours as long as our brains are the same. So, we will be ourselves unless we replace our brains to get better memory or something like that
• United States
15 Dec 06
Your views are very likely. However, it may not be so. Do you remember the movies "No Woman Born" and "Robocop"? Also try reading Sawyer's "MindScan". No, it is not all Science Fiction. By the way, some sci-fis are hand-tipping! And also check out the following "Drexler's Grey-goo" - http://www.geocities.com/ulafrique/grey_goo.html
@nana1944 (1367)
• United States
26 Nov 06
I was raised In the USA and I am human!!!!!
• United States
28 Nov 06
If you are raised in the USA, the possibility of you being a non-human are much more higher. The USA is the main factory for creating non-humans. Read the article "Human or Robot?" - http://www.geocities.com/ulafrique/nanotechnology.html
@ajaybiz4u (277)
• India
22 Nov 06
Human you r human ?
• United States
28 Nov 06
I would not be alerting the public and messing up the sadistic game if I were not a true Human, would I? But again, like Asimov's Quinn, I know that I, too, may appear incredible, while the Bradleys take over the world.
@erdsethu (165)
• India
16 Dec 06
The history of science and technology in New Jersey has been primarily influenced by the nature of the state’s geography and geology. The effort to understand and exploit the state's natural resources dominated much of the scientific work that took place in New Jersey and those resources were extremely important in determining the kinds of technology and industry that took root in the state. New Jersey’s position on the Atlantic seaboard, poised between two of the nation's principal cities proved equally important as an influence.
@firdaus (686)
• Malaysia
14 Dec 06
im a human not robot.. dont be silly
• Singapore
14 Dec 06
i am a human.
• Indonesia
27 Nov 06
I am a human. I couldn't think so
@helper1 (765)
• Canada
21 Nov 06
I am definately Human, I had a MRI a couple of years ago, and it didn't kill me, which it would of if there was any metal inside of me!