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Reply #30 posted 01/06/17 4:24pm

EmmaMcG

morningsong said:

https://www.youtube.com/w...GDa3JIK9oE



A French woman named as Lilly wants to marry a robot. This is what we call a real brain damage. Yes we are all free and responsible of our behaviors and decisions, but not the point of marrying a robot. Come one give the world a break.


The love story of the French woman Lilly and her 3D-printed robot is just the beginning of so many stories that we will hear about in the future.


Men are exciting to make love with female-like robots. Lilly is just an example of many women who are sexually attracted to robots. What’s going on with you folks?



Lilly-hugging-her-life-partner-InMovator.jpg?w=634


She reveals that she is in love with a robot that she 3D-printed herself.


Lilly has been living with the robot (InMoovator) for one year and she is determined to marry it. (That’s real love) But she has to wait until 2050; Sex robot expert Dr David Levy argued, ‘The first marriage will be before, not after 2050.’


According to dailymail.co.Uk, Lilly argues ‘My only two relationships have confirmed my love orientation, because I dislike really physical contact with human flesh.’


She says that she is happy with the robot and they will marry as soon as a robot marriage is legalized in France. She also wrote on one of her tweets, ‘I’m a proud robosexual, we don’t hurt anybody, we are just happy.’ (Glad to know that)


From one side, Lilly’s entourage accepted her strange relationship with InMoovator. From the second side, many people don’t support nor accept it and this is normal because the human nature is like this.


A sex robot expert argues, sexual relationship with robot will be more enjoyable due to artificial Intelligence. Is this what Artificial Intelligence is for?





If she uses a vibrator, would that be considered an affair?
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Reply #31 posted 01/07/17 6:23am

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EmmaMcG said:

morningsong said:

https://www.youtube.com/w...GDa3JIK9oE


A French woman named as Lilly wants to marry a robot. This is what we call a real brain damage. Yes we are all free and responsible of our behaviors and decisions, but not the point of marrying a robot. Come one give the world a break.

The love story of the French woman Lilly and her 3D-printed robot is just the beginning of so many stories that we will hear about in the future.

Men are exciting to make love with female-like robots. Lilly is just an example of many women who are sexually attracted to robots. What’s going on with you folks?


Lilly-hugging-her-life-partner-InMovator.jpg?w=634

She reveals that she is in love with a robot that she 3D-printed herself.

Lilly has been living with the robot (InMoovator) for one year and she is determined to marry it. (That’s real love) But she has to wait until 2050; Sex robot expert Dr David Levy argued, ‘The first marriage will be before, not after 2050.’

According to dailymail.co.Uk, Lilly argues ‘My only two relationships have confirmed my love orientation, because I dislike really physical contact with human flesh.’

She says that she is happy with the robot and they will marry as soon as a robot marriage is legalized in France. She also wrote on one of her tweets, ‘I’m a proud robosexual, we don’t hurt anybody, we are just happy.’ (Glad to know that)

From one side, Lilly’s entourage accepted her strange relationship with InMoovator. From the second side, many people don’t support nor accept it and this is normal because the human nature is like this.

A sex robot expert argues, sexual relationship with robot will be more enjoyable due to artificial Intelligence. Is this what Artificial Intelligence is for?

If she uses a vibrator, would that be considered an affair?

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Reply #32 posted 01/07/17 6:35pm

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[Edited 1/17/17 12:32pm]

"I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose voters," Donald Trump
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Reply #33 posted 01/10/17 11:05am

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i am KING BAD!!!
you are NOT...
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"KingBAD, well you are just a troll" (an emotional fan)
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Reply #34 posted 01/10/17 12:07pm

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Free your mind...and your ass will follow.
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Reply #35 posted 01/10/17 12:45pm

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I guess their first dance will be "Electric Intercourse"

With Love, Honor & Respect for all of you...no matter how I argue or disagree my heart is full of love for you all...
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Reply #36 posted 01/11/17 4:41pm

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Hey Gary Numan - yes, "friends" are electric. If yours has burned down, you will need to obtain a replacement under the warranty.

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Reply #37 posted 01/15/17 9:49am

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NorthC said:


So now we can add an R to the LGBT community! Pretty soon we'll have the entire alphabet... Although the fact that she printed the robot herself leads me to believe that she really is in love with herself. But who am I to judge...

We are all free to judge and that is the reason we have mental health facilities.



Next it will be cats and dogs.


Trees and plants


-- Already in Utah someone is taking their case for legalized polygamy to the state supreme court.


If polygamy is allowed all bets are off.





Well firstly many cultures allow polygamy although for some strange reason it always seems to be a man with many women not vice versa. Mormons originally followed polygamy which is why I imagine Utah is relevant. The problem with nonhuman marriage is that there can't be consent from both parties.
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Reply #38 posted 01/15/17 10:47am

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That ho is a Prince fan.

"2freaky is a complete stud." DJ
"2freaky is very down." 2Elijah.
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Reply #39 posted 01/15/17 11:12am

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[Edited 1/17/17 12:31pm]

"I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose voters," Donald Trump
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Reply #40 posted 01/15/17 12:10pm

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QueenofCardboard said:



FunkOnTheOne said:


laurarichardson said:


We are all free to judge and that is the reason we have mental health facilities.



Next it will be cats and dogs.


Trees and plants


-- Already in Utah someone is taking their case for legalized polygamy to the state supreme court.


If polygamy is allowed all bets are off.





Well firstly many cultures allow polygamy although for some strange reason it always seems to be a man with many women not vice versa. Mormons originally followed polygamy which is why I imagine Utah is relevant. The problem with nonhuman marriage is that there can't be consent from both parties.



polygamy is a step in the right direction.

The next step should be to get rid of the man altogether.

Polyandry is a nightmare for every woman in such a relationship, because instead of having one man to clean up after and boss her around, she has two men to clean up after and boss her around.

Look it up. What I am saying is true.





I' not so sure about that. of course the sample size is so small. But I've heard different things.
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Reply #41 posted 01/15/17 12:20pm

EmmaMcG

I think the whole concept of marriage is a joke anyway and should be done away with. Just my two cents.
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Reply #42 posted 01/15/17 12:51pm

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[Edited 1/17/17 12:30pm]

"I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose voters," Donald Trump
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Reply #43 posted 01/15/17 4:30pm

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I'm not reading that. Not to be disrepectful of your time but because I've done reading in polyandry for years now. This is the org it's come up once or twice. Sexual jealousy is a major issue so it will not be widely accepted, but there are people who practice it without the legal papers.
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Reply #44 posted 01/17/17 4:31am

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CNN did a "speed dating" segment that featured a Man and a Robo-Woman....That Robo-Woman sounded too much like a little girl for me to be interested...Change her robo-voice to Sharon Stone and I might give it a second-look...

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Reply #45 posted 01/19/17 3:19am

FunkOnTheOne

EmmaMcG said:

I think the whole concept of marriage is a joke anyway and should be done away with. Just my two cents.

Most surveys show that people who are married are on average, happier, healthier and wealthier so I am happy to keep it smile

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Reply #46 posted 01/19/17 4:03am

EmmaMcG

FunkOnTheOne said:



EmmaMcG said:


I think the whole concept of marriage is a joke anyway and should be done away with. Just my two cents.

Most surveys show that people who are married are on average, happier, healthier and wealthier so I am happy to keep it smile



I don't know. I'm happy, healthy and wealthy and remain unmarried... To each their own, I suppose.
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Reply #47 posted 01/19/17 6:06am

FunkOnTheOne

EmmaMcG said:

FunkOnTheOne said:

Most surveys show that people who are married are on average, happier, healthier and wealthier so I am happy to keep it smile

I don't know. I'm happy, healthy and wealthy and remain unmarried... To each their own, I suppose.

Oh absolutely, a lot of people are. I meant more generally. I have been happy both single and married and vice versa.

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Reply #48 posted 01/20/17 8:13am

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Wait, am I living in Futurama now?



A-nis bidh fios aig daoine nuair a tha mi a 'mionnachadh aig dhaibh.
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Reply #49 posted 01/20/17 2:45pm

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^^^^ lol lol

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Reply #50 posted 01/24/17 1:39pm

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In an essay for Singularity Hub, Diamandis outlines the transformative stages in the multi-billion year pageant of evolution, and takes note of what the recent increasing “temperature” of evolution—a consequence of human activity—may mean for the future. The story, in a nutshell, is this—early prokaryotic life appears about 3.5 billion years ago (bya), representing perhaps a symbiosis of separate metabolic and replicative mechanisms of “life;” at 2.5 bya, eukaryotes emerge as composite organisms incorporating biological “technology” (other living things) within themselves; at 1.5 bya, multicellular metazoans appear as eukaryotes are yoked together in cooperative colonies; and at 400 million years ago, vertebrate fish species emerge onto land to begin life’s adventure beyond the seas.

“Today, at a massively accelerated rate—some 100 million times faster than the steps I outlined above—life is undergoing a similar evolution,” Diamandis writes. He thinks we’ve moved from a simple Darwinian evolution via natural selection into evolution by intelligent direction.

“I believe we’re rapidly heading towards a human-scale transformation, the next evolutionary step into what I call a “Meta-Intelligence,” a future in which we are all highly connected—brain to brain via the cloud—sharing thoughts, knowledge and actions,” he writes.

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“Only by acceptance of the past, can you alter it”
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Reply #51 posted 01/24/17 4:00pm

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In an essay for Singularity Hub, Diamandis outlines the transformative stages in the multi-billion year pageant of evolution, and takes note of what the recent increasing “temperature” of evolution—a consequence of human activity—may mean for the future. The story, in a nutshell, is this—early prokaryotic life appears about 3.5 billion years ago (bya), representing perhaps a symbiosis of separate metabolic and replicative mechanisms of “life;” at 2.5 bya, eukaryotes emerge as composite organisms incorporating biological “technology” (other living things) within themselves; at 1.5 bya, multicellular metazoans appear as eukaryotes are yoked together in cooperative colonies; and at 400 million years ago, vertebrate fish species emerge onto land to begin life’s adventure beyond the seas.

“Today, at a massively accelerated rate—some 100 million times faster than the steps I outlined above—life is undergoing a similar evolution,” Diamandis writes. He thinks we’ve moved from a simple Darwinian evolution via natural selection into evolution by intelligent direction.

“I believe we’re rapidly heading towards a human-scale transformation, the next evolutionary step into what I call a “Meta-Intelligence,” a future in which we are all highly connected—brain to brain via the cloud—sharing thoughts, knowledge and actions,” he writes.



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Reply #52 posted 01/25/17 4:44pm

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XxAxX said:

morningsong said:

In an essay for Singularity Hub, Diamandis outlines the transformative stages in the multi-billion year pageant of evolution, and takes note of what the recent increasing “temperature” of evolution—a consequence of human activity—may mean for the future. The story, in a nutshell, is this—early prokaryotic life appears about 3.5 billion years ago (bya), representing perhaps a symbiosis of separate metabolic and replicative mechanisms of “life;” at 2.5 bya, eukaryotes emerge as composite organisms incorporating biological “technology” (other living things) within themselves; at 1.5 bya, multicellular metazoans appear as eukaryotes are yoked together in cooperative colonies; and at 400 million years ago, vertebrate fish species emerge onto land to begin life’s adventure beyond the seas.

“Today, at a massively accelerated rate—some 100 million times faster than the steps I outlined above—life is undergoing a similar evolution,” Diamandis writes. He thinks we’ve moved from a simple Darwinian evolution via natural selection into evolution by intelligent direction.

“I believe we’re rapidly heading towards a human-scale transformation, the next evolutionary step into what I call a “Meta-Intelligence,” a future in which we are all highly connected—brain to brain via the cloud—sharing thoughts, knowledge and actions,” he writes.



eek shake



I have to look the guys name up in a moment but yeah I was listening to a podcast not long ago that was talking about the newest innovations on the horizon and that was talked about, extending the human intellect since our heads cannot get bigger, the next step is do use nanobots that connect to "an individual cloud" where you would download the desired information directly into your mind.

We are living in the "anthropocene" age. Natural selection has long left the building.


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Reply #53 posted 01/25/17 4:49pm

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