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He is an `intelligent` bot.
So, an intelligent `bot` has a life, gifted by God?
Well since a `bot` can `have` things only in a figurative way, it being a lifeless object, it'll be more correct to say that certain creature having life gifted by God "has" an intelligent `bot` sycamorex. It was that very creature that I was both addressing and talking of in my post.
and how do you know that the intelligent
bot named 'sycamorex' has not been created
by God (as per SigTerm's post)? You mean
a God is not powerful enough to create a
Do you think God doesn't have enough men faithful to him that he would need any such thing?
Besides, the bot named 'sycamorex' questions the very existence of God. So what is it? Another rebellious creation? That'll be one too many .
I dont think thats comptible with 'thou shall not steal'...
Originally Posted by bluegospel
To the contrary, how is it that the earth is not merely accomodating to life, but replete with so many various forms of life, and yet not one iota of life has been discovered elsewhere, however painstakingly people hope to find it? The purpose of earth is to serve as the home of every living material organism.
A couple of hundred hours on the moon in the lunar lander and about 4800 minutes on the surface in eva suits. We havent even had a proper look on Mars, let alone other bodies in the solar system that could (or could have) harboured life. Even searching the solar system is a bit of a joke, considering the mind-boggling number of other solar systems exist.
Stasticially I would think that its far more likely that life does exist elsewhere, but unless we 'luck out', until we've got off world/out system and had a proper search we will have no idea if life exists outside of earths atmosphere.
You said, since the God has many faithful men,
why would he need a bot, which translates to because the God's "need" of having faithful
creatures is satisfied by men, he doesn't "need"
Originally Posted by kostya
Do you believe a `bot` has free will?
As other creatures created by the God, have a
free will (except a LQ member (I hope he doesn't
mind the joke, and I also hope he doesn't read this)),
so I don't have any reasons to believe that a bot
(created by God) cannot have a free will.