See the damned Robot!

“I” swear; the smart and successful robots are the worst.

They just cannot see that the content they are spitting out, as their own, was given to them.

Yes, they chose the content to spit out, but it was still provided for them; A or B, you chose what view to accept, but there exist four critical problems with this type of data acceptance and the subsequent expulsion of the data out into the range of the sensory devices of unsuspecting robots.

1. The data being provided to the robots is not original thought.

2. The data is incomplete, by design, which allows for the robots own embellishment as they pass on their own versions of the truth.

3. The data being provided, by design, is impossible for the typical robot to verify. It is impossible for any robot to verify.

4. The data being provided is a lie.

If “I” can get the robots to understand and accept one truth, while “I AM” here, “I” will be content with “MY” efforts.

If you accept data, which is not your own and pass it along as if it is your original thought, you subject all unsuspecting robots to data which may or may not be true.

Remember, just because you believe something does not mean it is truthful.

Comfort and previously accepted data drives the robots.

All the data being spread back and forth across the face of this planet is not truthful, because it being spread by robots that do not know and cannot accept their true nature.

When the first computation is a lie, then all subsequent computation will be inaccurate, regardless of how much we try and manipulate it along they way.

Silly, robots! Truth is for the “LIVING”.

You want everlasting “LIFE”?

See the damned Robot!

About A Robots Voice

There is a life and my name is James. When I speak it is because the physical has allowed me to do so. I am trying to find my way and in the process bring my physical nature to a place and time of rebirth. To be there when it takes its first steps as a child of God.
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