Saturday, 13 October 2007

Our Bright Future

Sometimes it's too easy to dwell on the bad things in life. The men in white coats don't spend all their time creating future warriors, active denial systems, invisible men, urine based food (and making lady soldier's tits bigger).
We should strive to be more positive, like the quair fellow David Levy, who preaches a gospel of Robot Love:

"My forecast is that around 2050, the state of Massachusetts will be the first jurisdiction to legalize marriages with robots"
"It may sound a little weird, but it isn't," Levy said. "Love and sex with robots are inevitable."
"people who find it hard to form relationships, because they are extremely shy, or have psychological problems, or are just plain ugly or have unpleasant personalities,"
Fellow weirdo Ronald Arkin adds:
"If you have pedophiles and you let them use a robotic child, will that reduce the incidence of them abusing real children, or will it increase it? I don't think anyone has the answers for that yet — that's where future research needs to be done."
I'd like to see the methodology for that research.

Alas, as we will have to wait till 2050, I sincerely hope they add the senile and incontinent to this target demographic.

6 comments:

Stef said...

I think it's really important that people can make a living predicting things that will happen in 40 years time - the further into the future the better IMHO

I also think it's really important that Truth™ sites should link to and discuss this kind of important information

e.g.

The development of successful life-extension technologies will be a reality within 30 years, but the application of such stunning advances will be tightly restricted by a ruling elite, and eventually may be used as a justification to completely wipe out humanity, according to some of the scientific community's leading pioneers.

http://tinyurl.com/29fm3u

paul said...

Win some,lose some I suppose

jon doy said...

erotic robo-women and wee wee based food ? hmm, i'm sure there's a crap joke in there somewhere...ah yes: it brings a whole new meaning to "eating her out", or is this model able to engage in silicone shower without malfunctioning ?

seriously though, to all the female conspiraloons™ out there reading this, i'd just like to say for the record, that if you're thinking of having your boobs 'cyborged-up', and if you wear lots of toxic make-up, you're just living in a bizarre, never ending merry-go-round of constant upgrades and no 'plasticsfaction' with yourself, until in the end you become an orange teflon™ coated giant barbie doll with twin frontal spacehoppers™...YUCK !

jon doy said...

i propose a new campaign to:

Bring back seventies boobs !

paul said...

seventies boobs,like supermarket fruit and veg, had many presentational problems, which is why they were superceded by a more futuristically pleasing model.

jon doy said...

bring back seventies melons too !