posted on Feb, 7 2014 @ 01:13 PM
reply to post by andy06shake
Taken to its logical conclusion this technology could quite possibly offer a form of immortality provided you could clone another body which
let's face it is entirely possible given we can do it with sheep.
I quite understand your statement, and a not so obvious connection to
another covert realm, and Ill leave it at that, but.......
A question arose in my head at the speed of light that must, and I mean, must, be considered.
It has been stated above that we are in essence flesh and blood mechanical machines that have a soul or spirit that actually (possibly) drives us, if
we use our choice. The question is, does our soul, our individual spark, our unique spirit, make the transference, along with our memories?????????
My concern for this consideration can make the difference between humanity retaining its divine gift of choice, or a population of clones who act,
sound like normal human beings, but without choice, and in reality, nothing more than the ultimate "Sheeple".
Is it truly worth having our memories live forever at the expense of our souls?
At this point I beg our divine creator to give us guidance.