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Would you put your brain in a robot body if you were dying?
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LOL, pointless? You people with your responses... Truth is in the future this might become a reality depending on how far our genetic technology advances compared to our robotic ones (like nanobots). Already people are replacing body parts (assuming it's already damaged of course) for mechanical subs or implants to live. And as for the answer to the TC's question; maybe, depending on the advances.


Does no one know this was a question from Sealab 2021?
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whatsome wrote:

you're hot already. X3 rawwwwrr!!


*blush* (~^__^~)' oh stooop!


I was talking about the avatar.
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N00bler wrote:

LOL, pointless? You people with your responses... Truth is in the future this might become a reality depending on how far our genetic technology advances compared to our robotic ones (like nanobots). Already people are replacing body parts (assuming it's already damaged of course) for mechanical subs or implants to live. And as for the answer to the TC's question; maybe, depending on the advances.


Does no one know this was a question from Sealab 2021?


It is? What's Sealab 2021?
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Well in the USA, and other countries, we have cartoon network, which as adult swim.

which hte show sealab comes on. :p and its pretty funny >.> hmm prehaps i could give a link. But i'm gonna say lazy go to youtube ^^
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neofcon wrote:


N00bler wrote:

LOL, pointless? You people with your responses... Truth is in the future this might become a reality depending on how far our genetic technology advances compared to our robotic ones (like nanobots). Already people are replacing body parts (assuming it's already damaged of course) for mechanical subs or implants to live. And as for the answer to the TC's question; maybe, depending on the advances.


Does no one know this was a question from Sealab 2021?


It is? What's Sealab 2021?


My....god...

http://www.adultswim.com/shows/sealab/

This sh*t was off the HOOK!
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I believe in the afterlife and still i would! It would be very interesting... PLUS i could stay with mi amorreh forevars! (my boyfriend would ofcourse also be forced to get his brain shuffed into a robot! O joyyy! ^o^)

First i would probably take the form of erhm.. A rock? ^^; lolZ yeeeshyesh that would be soo interesting! Or maybe a slick looking leopard/panterthingy when i have to run very fast. And ofcourse my bewbies would take all kinds of forms too -_-; THE OPPORTUNITAYS!

There might be some sorts of possibilities like that in the future, maybe not with such a sci fi feel to it. It will evolve perhaps like when back in the days we had really really large computers for a really really expensive price. And lateron we might be able to buy ourselves some robotic toes for 1 dime a pop. ^_^ Just fantasizing how it could be.
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neofcon wrote:


N00bler wrote:


neofcon wrote:


N00bler wrote:

LOL, pointless? You people with your responses... Truth is in the future this might become a reality depending on how far our genetic technology advances compared to our robotic ones (like nanobots). Already people are replacing body parts (assuming it's already damaged of course) for mechanical subs or implants to live. And as for the answer to the TC's question; maybe, depending on the advances.


Does no one know this was a question from Sealab 2021?


It is? What's Sealab 2021?


My....god...

http://www.adultswim.com/shows/sealab/

This sh*t was off the HOOK!


Oh.. lol, I don't get adult swim, since I live in Canada.
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N00bler wrote:


neofcon wrote:


N00bler wrote:


neofcon wrote:


N00bler wrote:

LOL, pointless? You people with your responses... Truth is in the future this might become a reality depending on how far our genetic technology advances compared to our robotic ones (like nanobots). Already people are replacing body parts (assuming it's already damaged of course) for mechanical subs or implants to live. And as for the answer to the TC's question; maybe, depending on the advances.


Does no one know this was a question from Sealab 2021?


It is? What's Sealab 2021?


My....god...

http://www.adultswim.com/shows/sealab/

This sh*t was off the HOOK!


Oh.. lol, I don't get adult swim, since I live in Canada.


Oh man...you guys dont know what you're missin!

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ADULT SWIM= prosauce. THIS thread = off topic ;p
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The brain can die too.
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magnus102 wrote:

Do you think you would want to live on in a robot body? Personally I would do anything to live since I dont think there is an afterlife. Is it moral? I think that it would an awesome way to make everyone live for much much longer and help out people who are crippled and dying from diseases.Plus you could take on any form you desired. I would do it in a heartbeat to survive but I know that something like this could raise a lot of objections. So would you do it? Do you think its a good idea? Will we ever have the technology?


There's only one problem with that, a brain needs a living heart and lungs to survive. other than that you make an interesting point. personally i wouldn't take that option. I'm just hoping that there is an afterlife in a world that doesn't suck as bad as this one does. if not then a coffin is where you would find me.
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Actualy, you can stimpluate the brain, so it can stay alive forever @.@ thus, becoming immortal. >.> this is like ghost in the fing shell, you won't be human any more, thus, you would be more generic machine, then individual.
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Eh, I think I would put my brain on a pancake.
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no + I believe in reincarnation so...
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neofcon wrote:


N00bler wrote:


neofcon wrote:


N00bler wrote:


neofcon wrote:


N00bler wrote:

LOL, pointless? You people with your responses... Truth is in the future this might become a reality depending on how far our genetic technology advances compared to our robotic ones (like nanobots). Already people are replacing body parts (assuming it's already damaged of course) for mechanical subs or implants to live. And as for the answer to the TC's question; maybe, depending on the advances.


Does no one know this was a question from Sealab 2021?


It is? What's Sealab 2021?


My....god...

http://www.adultswim.com/shows/sealab/

This sh*t was off the HOOK!


Oh.. lol, I don't get adult swim, since I live in Canada.


Oh man...you guys dont know what you're missin!



Sealabs great but stay on topic. Or else you shall incur the wrath of Adrian Barbo


The topic IS a question from Sealab 2021, so technically....BIZARROOOOOO!!

Anywho, hell yeah, Sweet robot strength, vengence would be mine.
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