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I'll dance, but not because of anything you posted.
Muslims are not people.
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>>3223
Stop defending women any time fag.
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>>3239
The enemy of your enemy is not necessarily your friend. I bet the average Muslim wouldn't be friendly to a robot, especially if that Muslim is Wahhabi. Anon is right, they aren't proper people, doesn't matter if they're Sunni or Shia. Maybe the Sufi ones are alright, but I still wouldn't trust them. The solution to the female problem isn't to cover them up and restrict their rights, but instead to completely replace them with machines.
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>>3240
>I bet the average Muslim wouldn't be friendly to a robot
Neither would a white normalfag.
>The solution to the female problem isn't to cover them up and restrict their rights, but instead to completely replace them with machines.
No you're running away from the problem, removing their rights is the right thing because you can never replace them. It's impossible and will never happen. It seems at this point these sandniggers are more mature than white people. Dance anon, or are you a pitying those women?
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>>3243
>they're impossible to replace
<why?
>just trust me bro
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>>3243
>removing their rights is the right thing because you can never replace them. It's impossible and will never happen.
Science is advanced as fuck nowadays, I do believe its possible. Now, is it likely? It really isn't, jews and normalniggers wouldn't allow it.
>It seems at this point these sandniggers are more mature than white people. 
You might be right about this, they're probably more grounded thanks to staying outside of the reach of most jewish propaganda.
>Dance anon, or are you a pitying those women?
I'm neither OP nor am I >>3223, but a different person. Couldn't care less about Afghan females. You're really confrontational, aren't you? The board is nearly dead, for fuck's sake, there's no need to go straight for the throat of other anons here.
>>3244
Checking your dubs, but saging is really pointless when you consider how slow the board currently is.
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>>3244
>>3245
>Science is advanced as fuck nowadays
>muh science
Kill yourself, i thought you fags were better than to latch on this shit like the new religion. This is the same level as Elon Musk will colonize mars in the future. There is something that will never disappear and women is one of that.
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>>3246
>All of these assumptions
>Using kys that soon
No one has dropped any names or is treating science like a religion, stop being such a massive prick and learn how to have a discussion with people online without resorting to flaming right off the bat.
The technological ideas mentioned in here are naive. I also don't get why people online can support the Taliban, the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, or the United States. It's like picking between several options that are equally abhorrent overall.

If there is technology advanced enough for women to be replaced with machines in the first place, that necessitates a society far more advanced than ours. If robots like women could be built, odds are that people would be getting cybernetic implants by that point anyway. If people are reliant on technology simply to survive, then if/when society breaks down, all those who have that bodily cybernetic reliance to an extreme extent will die. Moreover, each passing year that this society exists, more and more environmental damage is done, and as progress accelerates, more damage is done to traditional cultures that previously gave people a stable way of living for thousands of years.
The defeatism that I see on here and the idea that nothing can be done is the same stuff that I see in my father's sayings and face whenever I bring up economic issues. It's the kind of helplessness that one would expect to see in an animal experiment, not in a human being. I would sooner die than to become that kind of a person.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learned_helplessness

I have plenty of speculative future books that I have read in a niche category, mostly the ones that are more oriented towards harsh truths.
Thinking over the future enough made me hopeful because it's far from settled. I could elaborate far more, but I will just leave it at that, so I don't want to see any more helplessness on this board.
>>3248
Finally, a breath of fresh air into this thread, thank you for the reply! This is how you're supposed to carry yourself in an online discussion, its seriously not that hard to not be a flaming nigger and this anon is proof of this.
>The technological ideas mentioned in here are naive.
>If there is technology advanced enough for women to be replaced with machines in the first place, that necessitates a society far more advanced than ours. If robots like women could be built, odds are that people would be getting cybernetic implants by that point anyway.
I admit that humanoid robotic companions are a quite far fetched concept, but I do believe its possible, we have the technology. Check the /robowaifu/ board in the webring, lots of good people there full of great ideas and innovations, a couple of them even have already got prototypes off the drawing board. I don't recommend becoming a regular there though, I find their BO to be an insufferable faggot. There are also videos of handicapped people on YT showing off their DIY robotic prosthetics.
>If people are reliant on technology simply to survive, then if/when society breaks down, all those who have that bodily cybernetic reliance to an extreme extent will die. Moreover, each passing year that this society exists, more and more environmental damage is done, and as progress accelerates, more damage is done to traditional cultures that previously gave people a stable way of living for thousands of years.
You are right about all of this.
>defeatism and hopelessness
I won't comment on this because I'm the least qualified person to discuss these topics due to being a completely depressed and hopeless faggot myself.
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>>3248
I always wonder how people like you think? How is it that the reasonable acceptance of reality, is twisted into defeatism?
Defeatism is only defeatism if one has given up before it is reasonable to give up. So then, how about you explain how a group of random people on the internet like us, are supposed to make even the slightest dent in the hedonist machine that is today's society? 
I doubt that you could. After all most people who call others defeatist don't actually have anything specific in mind only that you need to "do something" which is on its own a useless platitude.
On the other hand one should avoid becoming defeatist and hopeless for things which can be improved (most of the time), like ones own life. 

As for technology I think that hyperrealistic VR is actually quite likely as it is already a natural extension of a developed industry. Robotics however, not only progresses more slowly than computing it also lacks a solid industry that could naturaly evolve into robo waifus. As for hyperrealistic VR, some kind of advanced AI waifu is very likely to be made is it appeals to the escapist audience that VR has. It would likely be quite expensive at first though due to how niche it would be. I wouldn't be surprised if this happened 15-35 years from now, depending on what hyperealistic means to you.
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>>3248
>I also don't get why people online can support the Taliban
It's like the Israel-Palestine conflict. People don't really like Palestine either, they just hate Israel.
>If there is technology advanced enough for women to be replaced with machines in the first place, that necessitates a society far more advanced than ours
It depends on what level of replacement we are talking about. Like this anon says >>3250 , a simple robotic companion could be made, but you can't advance too far with that concept because after a certain point some people get mad at the idea. If we talk about Bladerunner levels of automatons, I don't think it would be possible without a great technological and social revolution. Artificial wombs are out of the question too, at least for now.
>If people are reliant on technology simply to survive, then if/when society breaks down, all those who have that bodily cybernetic reliance to an extreme extent will die
If we really think about it, there's a good chunk of the population that would die within a week of a social collapse, not even taking into consideration the subsequent riots and murders. Right not, a good percentage of human population is heavily reliant on technology and would die out if they weren't under constant medical treatment.
>Thinking over the future enough made me hopeful because it's far from settled
I am curious about the future. I don't believe it's going to be good, but I want to live to see it whatever it may be.

>>3251
10 years (in Asian countries) sounds like a more reasonable number for robowaifus.
I believe that VR will stick with the anime style for those kinds of games. Making something that doesn't look uncanny is still hard even without the VR element. It will hard to run too.
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>>3253
>Artificial wombs are out of the question too, at least for now.
What do you mean exactly? We already have working examples of such technology being used. https://archive.is/Bo0ny
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>>3254
>that link
Holy shit, I can't believe I missed this, this is quite amazing. I started believing the plausibility of artificial wombs after reading about animal cloning and CRISPR, but I never expected this technology to be talked about in the open so soon. This is what I mean by solving the female problem with machines, the combination of the artificial womb with the android.
>>3253
>I am curious about the future. I don't believe it's going to be good, but I want to live to see it whatever it may be.
I don't have positive thoughts about the future either, but unlike you, I don't want to live to see it.
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>>3254
This technology only works on a foetus that is at least 24 weeks old. Even then, there's a chance of failure.
Additionaly, we all know how this is going to end. Women will cry Muh oppression and they are going to shut it down. Even the article alludes to this many times. Furthermore, they say they are having problems getting anyone to try it. A full blown conception to birth is out of the possibilies, (for now).
>>3255
I am amused by how strange real life and society has gotten. Who knows, something more interesting might happen In the next couple of years. I don't want to miss it.
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>>3256
>Additionaly, we all know how this is going to end. Women will cry Muh oppression and they are going to shut it down. Even the article alludes to this many times.
You're completely right. The biggest obstacle to android companions equipped with artificial wombs isn't technological limitations, but normalnigger society, which is totally gynocentric. Robowives able to bear children would save men from porn addiction and depression caused by loneliness. It would make me really happy if they existed, knowing how much they would improve the world, even though I'm not interested in having one or would be able to afford it.
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>>3257
I would be satisfied with regular robowaifus. They would work as a suitable replacement to a certain extent and the world would surely be a better place.
However, I think that artificial wombs are a bad idea in the long run. Don't get me wrong, I would be happy if society wasn't gravitating around women and every thing they do all day, but such invention would bring unexpected consequences to the world.
 If the technology was there, I personally believe that Bill Gates and the pizza gang would use it to create their own personal slaves without telling anyone while banning the technology worldwide. You never know, it might be happening right now.
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>>3259
Your concerns about the misuse of the artificial womb are completely understandable and agreeable, womb-less robowives are a lot safer indeed. They would also be easier and cheaper to produce.
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>>3259
>>3260
Safer, cheaper, satisfactory and most of all: Irrelevant. If contentedness or pleasure are all you want there are many paths to them, even now. The point is procreation, companionship without it is nothing.
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>>3240
Shi'as are alright, and I've never had any problems with Jordanians and west side Syrians despite being Sunnis as their civility comes from genetics.  As for the Afghan situation I just hope the Hazaras, Tajiks, and Wakhan Valley & Nuristan Aryans will be safe.
>>3251
All these fools on here talk of sex bots in their techno-fantasies (conveniently seeking out escapism from this depraved society rather than facing its problems and dilemmas head on) and essentially scapegoat Jews and others for problems inherent to modern technology and modern society, yet you have the nerve to imply that I, someone who has read many books (and other mediums) on the future of society and risks facing it for a long time, am naive. Surely, I know less than the authors themselves in regards to their specific niches, but this is one of the few things where I really excel in my knowledge.
I am not so naive as the people on here who think that collective revolution is possible. I NEVER implied that average IQ people or people lacking fervent beliefs or that people without a strong drive to do certain niche tasks and focus on certain things or that normal people or even many on here would be the ones to make a difference. I don't think that revolution in the future will be anything like how it was before.
And I have never implied that defeatism is a special feature. If anything, it is rational for the vast majority of people to be defeatists because the future will not be their fight, and on the individual level, the "masses" really are powerless compared to the elites in charge and to modern society as a whole.
ALL I have essentially said, or at least implicitly meant to get across, is that tech advances give small groups and individuals extremely constructive and especially destructive leverage not seen in earlier societies, to sketch the idea in outline.
I never implied that I would be the one to make a difference.
Do you really think, given such advances, that I am the naive one for not dismissing individual power outright?
Individuals can (or will be able to) make a difference. It's just not pretty, which is why I decided not to call you out before.

This is NOT "do something" bullshit whatsoever. There is NO platitude in anything that I have said. It is just saying that "on a long enough time scale" things will become surreal due to the constructive/destructive trend.

So why not be defeatists? Because we cannot just acquiesce like Uncle Toms when faced with an overarching force and when the stakes are extraordinarily high. Anyone who cares about the collective future of the human race or of life on earth ought to be concerned about this situation. Imagine if there was a window of opportunity. If it is hard to access when many believe in ultimate victory, just imagine how much of a self-fulfilling prophecy it would be if others did not think that society could ultimately be overcome.
The greatest defense against rebellion is the internal belief that it is impossible.

All you have done through your post is lump me into some group and then strawman my views.
>>3248
>I would sooner die than to become that kind of a person
You're smart, I'm stupid and blind, when confronted against a power that I have no immediate method of understanding and no method of resisting other than to wait for its death, there's not much else I can do than stand in wonder over how terrible it is and how pathetic I am. I'm not insane, I don't continue to strive despite there not being results, nor do I strive when I see no hope. I'm irrational and will live and die in wonder, hoping that there's some redeeming force beyond my understanding that will help me.
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