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Posted: Monday, March 7, 2011 10:38:45 PM

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Japan's new android robot, Geminoid DK, pushes the limits of realism:

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Posted: Tuesday, March 8, 2011 3:44:35 PM
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Way creepy.
Call it the Creepinoid.
Posted: Wednesday, March 9, 2011 10:17:33 AM

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jim wrote:
Japan's new android robot, Geminoid DK, pushes the limits of realism:

Cool or creepy?
Even though audio & visual recordings of many deceased people already exist, more data would be required to provide
a convincing detailed likeness. would be an integral part of an advanced recording system
of living people. ,
It seems that a replicant could be based on generic living human traits. However, if a replicant or android is meant to mimic a specific person,
so much extra data would be required.
Current state of the art recording systems don't copy a persons consciousness & synthetic consciousness might never become actual consciousness.
If one were to link to a sensory surrogate body with a temporary consciousness link, things cold get very interesting.
In Avatar, an experience body is grown so that a human can temporarily link their consciousness to another intelligent species.
The Jake Sully character is in a damaged & later dying body. The Avatar movie provides a depiction of his human
consciouses being transfered into a Na'vi body for the rest of his life.

In teleportation, the objective is to transfer your consciousness into your reassembled body at another location.
If a form of teleportation as depicted in Star Trek is ever achieved, then an interesting byproduct possibility would arise.
A teleportation computer would essentially record all aspects of a person, but still might not be able to capture their consciousness.

According to the non local theory, once the body has been reassembled, their consciousness would instantaneously merge
into the new location of their body.,8599,1874760,00.html

Someday instead of just having 2D & 3D images of family & friends...
A PKD android could eventually run from a program that's based on all possible recordings of the original PKD, but
all it would be is a physical likeness without consciousness.
Over the years, several people have claimed to have had a life review. There are implications that someone or something records all the
interconnected occurrences & events throughout a persons life. Even their emotions & the perspective of those that they have interacted with.
This movie depicts beings from a higher level of perception & interaction & shows how most people are just too busy to examine reality.
Sometimes it just might be a Bitter Sweet Symphony of the process of life, but for many they hope that the future's still bright. ,

{"One of the alternative suggestions he raised was that UFOs might be better understood within a framework that suggests that the cosmos itself might function like some sort of computer simulation program; the appearance of UFOs (and other paranormal phenomena) might represent "glitches" in the program."}
{"On a 26 July 2009 Radio Misterioso program, Greg Bishop interviewed Mac Tonnies; the subject of the simulation universe was discussed in the following manner. Tonnies observed that if the cosmos is a simulation program, UFOs could be manifestations created by the cosmic system operators of the simulation. We could exist as a construct for some other intelligence. Anomalies such as UFOs could be intrusions into our reality from the simulation system, an intrusion which exists at an architect level or as a built-in program, built into the mind or even into the universe itself. If the program is built into the system, then we could never catch up with it; it could thus function as a developmental catalyst..."}
Posted: Friday, March 11, 2011 3:10:09 AM

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@ Mr. Elvidge, this is definitely creepy Sick

"We are living in a computer programmed reality."
- Philip K. Dick, 1977
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