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The Political Impact of Global Warming & Space Robots
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The Political Impact of Global Warming & Space Robots

-- Before you comment, this is a serious post about my thoughts concerning the confluence of man and machine as an answer to environmental issues.

The realities of Global Warming have affected the political globalsphere in such a profound way that many private sources have allocated income to non-profit research groups in order to generate data in an attempt to combat global warming with space-revolutionary technology. And it is this openness to ideas which distinguish eras that has unlocked an even greater vista of man’s potential. What’s given global warming significance is fear, that is, fear for our own lives, as we contemplate the inevitabilities of global warming. This fear drives our scientific endeavors to conquer nature, and it is this fear that motivates our curiosity. However, what if global warming is unavoidable? What if global warming is far beyond our human potential? Then again, with our presentary technology, we can merely think to avoid global warming, and not integrate into our daily lives. To permanently avoid global warming, becoming one with technology is essential. If man was to harness the power of robots, and utilize it in a space environment, space robots, are therefore an inevitability of human ingenuity. If humans were to furthermore integrate themselves into a space robot, we could effectively bypass many biological mechanisms that could fail in the likely event of global warming. Not only does a mechano-humanoid imply survivability in harsh environments, but it also implies a possibility of advancing cognitive and physical qualities which could result in a space-ciety of unthinkable potential. The problem is that many conservative factions look the other way when it comes to funding research to integrate man and machine, into a beautiful manifestation of computational precision, and mammal intelligence. Conservative factions would rather stick to conventional methods of dealing with global warming that may prevent it, but don’t ensure success for future events that may cause a global warming beyond our control. In conclusion, we should all seriously consider the very real possibility of space robots.
01-29-2011 07:16 PM
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