When robots have babies….

Brad Stanton —  July 6, 2012 — 49 Comments

When will robots be able to find their own food, eat and digest it so they don’t need energy supplied by some outside source (usually electricity)? When will robots be advanced enough to have babies? When will a scratch to the robots skin be programmed to heal like a cut to a human hand?

It is interesting that thousands of the best scientists and engineers work to build better robots, but we are not even close to achieving what happened by chance through evolution. Yea, right. Happened by chance.

Why is it most engineers/scientists believe in God?  I work with lots of those kinds of people and almost all of them believe in God. Maybe it is because as we design high tech airplanes and helicopters we find that complex designs just don’t happen by chance. It takes teams of highly trained professionals to design and build high tech. But none of the high tech today comes close to the complexity of even one human cell.

One hundred years ago scientists thought a human cell was pretty simple. So when they said a cell came about by chance, people believed it. But now we know that a cell is so complex that we have not even come close to fully understanding it, much less designing and building one.

Leave a message, feel free to tell me I’m wrong.

There is an old saying “Wrestling with a pig in the mud is a lot like arguing with an engineer, after awhile you realize the pig loves it.”

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49 responses to When robots have babies….

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    Well done to think of sotmeihng like that

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    Robots DO have babies. My mom is part alien and part human. Dad is a full terminator and a loving Dad.

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    “Why is it most engineers/scientists believe in God? I work with lots of those kinds of people and almost all of them believe in God. Maybe it is because as we design high tech airplanes and helicopters we find that complex designs just don’t happen by chance. It takes teams of highly trained professionals to design and build high tech. But none of the high tech today comes close to the complexity of even one human cell.”

    Your argument is false. 2/3’s of scientists Do NOT believe in a god. That is clearly not most. Your argument is also an argument from design, and has been refuted by many people, including myself on my own blog.

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    Haha!! My father and father-in-law are both engineers, so that definitely rings true and made me laugh! Loved your post. Very, very true. It’s easy to be arrogant when you are choosing to be ignorant, eh? 🙂

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