”Man” the most perfect terrestrial biological robot

Extremely simplistic we can imagine man as the most complex and perfect terrestrial ” biological robot ” equipped with at least a super-computer at the quantum or even subquantum level (the brain) and with many very cleverly encoded programs, existing at all levels: chemical molecular, molecular biological, cellular, organic, systemic.

These genetic programs may change, becoming favorable or unfavorable, respecting the age evolution and time adaptation to environmental conditions of each cell, tissue, organ or system. This explains why some aggressive environmental conditions, like some chemicals (experimental or polluting), some radiation (the most harmful are the ionizing ones), some viruses, chronic irritation of any etiology, etc. may cause structural changes (mutations) of some genes, which in turn can still lead to the emergence of protein molecules and cells with new characters, foreign to the body, like cancerous tumors, malignant hematopoiesis (leukemias) and many other diseases, some transient (only the affected subject), other definitive (hereditary), still transmitted to all family descendants in whom the abnormal gene change occurred.

Understanding the phenomenon can not be possible without knowing what the ‘’gene’’ is. Terrestrial life was only possible after the appearance of organic (protein) macromolecules, called nucleic acids, capable of recording genetic information. The essential characteristic of living cells of the acellular (viruses) or cellular (bacteria, plants, animals) type is present in each of a specific genetic program, made up of a variable number of basic hereditary units called ” genes ”. These genes encode, biochemically, the information needed to achieve the anatomo-morphological, physiological and biochemical characteristics of all life forms on Earth.

It result that it is inconceivable to believe that there could be life without genes and genetic programs. Therefore, life was only able to appear on Earth after the synthesis of the first genes and the existence of genetic programs, recorded in nucleic acid molecules (DNA, RNA).

Nucleic acids are macromolecular protein substances made up of millions of simpler units, called “nucleotides”. A simple nucleotide consists of a nitrate base (adenine + guanine and cytosine + thymine), a glucoside and a phosphoric radical. Considering that there are millions of pairs of nucleotides in each nucleic acid macromolecule (DNA, RNA), there is the possibility of encoding a huge amount of information needed to achieve acellular and cellular structures and functions.

In conclusion, in the nucleus of a single cell there is the “command center” that directs the whole biological activity of the whole organism and where the information is found encoded in ultraminiaturized form.

We can define the gene as a very small, slightly different segment of the macromolecule of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) or ribonucleic acid (RNA), which contains a coded message for the synthesis of specific products. The gene, in turn, consists of a specific sequence of 900 to 1500 nucleotides in bacteria and 5000 to 10,000 nucleotides in mice, each gene containing, in relation to its complexity, a certain amount of information. At humans, of course, the number of genes and nucleotides in a gene is much larger and more complex.

In cellular biological entities, genetic baggage, or DNA, is found in corpuscles called chromosomes in the nucleus of each cell.

Animals inferior to humans, birds, reptiles, fish, insects, worms, plants, including unicellular biological entities can be considered robots and biological microbes far inferior to humans, more rudimentary computerized, with fewer and simpler programs.

We present in the following table the approximate numerical quantity of genetic codes in different species, from the simplest, acellular (viruses) and unicellular (bacteria) to the most complex “biological robots” that are mammals.

It should be noted that each cell of the body contains absolutely all genes specific to that species, but only in each group of cells are other group-specific genes active. (tissue, organ).

Human being the most superior mammal, the most complex biological entity on Earth, was normal to be equipped with the most sophisticated genetic equipment.

The number of genes must be at least equal to the number of protein molecules in the body, because a single gene is specialized to make one type of protein molecule, such as insulin, trypsin, foliculin, etc. But let’s not forget that there are still a large number of inactive genes (which do not work) as well as a very large number of repressor genes that have the role of inhibiting the active ones.

The perfection of all “biological” robots on Terra, from the simplest to the most complex, goes so far as to no longer need to be multiplied (reproduced) permanently by their Creator, because they reproduce themselves thanks to genetic programs with which they are endowed for this purpose.

Cell division and further complex embryonic development, growth, maturation, reproduction, aging and death are biologically evolutionary stages (cellular, vegetal, animal and human), highly cleverly programmed from the cell stage by microfragments (called genes) of molecules ff nucleic acids (DNA, RNA)

It is hard to believe that human will ever achieve to create a smart biologic robot capable of thinking, creating and multiplying himself, scheduled. And it is even harder to believe that man will ever succeed in transferring a single robot created by him that “great unknown”, which is the energetic body, and especially the spiritual body, that is, the soul.

Why?

Because, first of all, he fails to even know him, to know what this soul is. Man will never succeed in knowing the monkey than what is found in his material level in the world he lives in. Because, as I have already shown, never an entity created, whatever it may be, will be able to know the creator and the entire work of his creator. Over this law no created entity can pass, neither man, nor even the risk of eating again from the tree of knowledge, as Adam and Eve did, according to the Biblical metaphorical affirmations.

In the process of human creation there is an analogy meant to once again confirm the smallness of man, to his creator. Just as God created mankind ‘’in his own image’’, but at a much lower level, or biologically, so that he can never, in this inferior state, know him or disturb him or his creation, and so does man, from this point of view, with his creator, constantly trying to imitate him, that is to create.

Thus, in this process of creation, in the last decades, man has come to make robots “’in his own image ” (of human), more and more perfect, more supercomputerised, endowed with more programs, from increasingly complex, more sophisticated, smarter.

We can even compare the programs of these robots with the genetic programs represented by those nucleic acid molecules (DNA), consisting of thousands or hundreds of thousands of genes, existing in all living entities, from single-celled bacteria to humans. Only man is unable to create these robots similar to him, rather than at a much lower level, physically (mechanically) and not biologically.

This programmed human incapacity is for its own good, because if it were able to create biological robots similar or even identical to it, they would have become dangerous, capable of leading to the disappearance of man, just as Lucifer is a perfect creation, had become inconvenient for his creator. Either the Creator did not accept that anyone else, beyond him, would jeopardize the extirpation of his creation on Earth, which is man. That is why he did not allow man to be able to unconsciously create his own destruction.

Moreover ,man can offer his robots only chips, or physical programs (inferior) that do not provide them reproduction function and can not protect them from their destruction in time, inevitable and final. God has given to every man something superior from his power, called spirit or soul, which means not only life and intelligence but more than we can imagine, not only assuring us the superiority and mastery of the Earth, but also the subsequent immortality.

Man, in his capacity as a biological robot, remains constantly dissatisfied with the fact that he can not know, as he always wants, his soul, because it is a spirit that a human in biological quality (a robot) does not know.

It may be said that, however, in the last few years man has managed to make biological robots, replicas of sheep, monkeys, etc. and if he tries, he will surely be able to get people through the well-known technique of cloning. Indeed, cloning, synthesis and artificial gene transfer, as well as other modern genetic engineering biotechnologies, have allowed humans to obtain new series of identical or different biological entities, from protein molecules, bacterial cells to mammalian subjects inclusive.

But this was and is possible only by transplanting into another cell at least one gene or fragment of the gene harvested and isolated from another living cell of another individual whose superimposed characters we want to reproduce on a series large of similar subjects.

Only man has so far failed to fully know the very complex structure and functionality of this great mystery that has made and permanently converts from dead matter (chemical) to living (biological) structural matter and which is called the ‘cell’.

Until now, man has failed to build or synthesize chemical substances (dead matter), at least one living cell in which the entire genetic complex of a species is synthesized and transplanted to produce a series of similar individuals that we can call biological robots.

Therefore, the current power of human’s creation remains at its inferior level, that is, at the level of mechanical (physical) robots and not biologically.

Indeed, through the multiple and ingenious genetic engineering biotechnology, man has artificially synthesized genes as well as artificially transferring them into the structure of the nuclear genome of a cell (from the bacterial cell to the mammalian cell, including human), which through this new genetic program (transplant), prints new qualities, useful to human.

In this way, healing of certain genetic diseases (hereditary) could be obtained by replacing the pathological gene in the diseased cell with a healthy (normal) gene.

Through the same genetic engineering techniques, bacterial cells have been obtained with new qualities, extremely useful to humans, such as the production of vaccines, interferons, hormones (insulin, somatotropin), etc.

Other lines of these bacterial species, also via genetic transplantation, have been programmed for the very rapid regeneration of the biomass, for the recovery of larger quantities of oil deposits (by lowering the viscosity and the adhesion to petroleum rocks), for recovery from wastewater and from the deposits of many ores: gold, iron, copper, lead, mercury, selenium, uranium, etc. Gene has also been synthesized and transferred to provide the subjects like plants or animals resistant to stress, frost, heat, drought, etc.

Another important application, of great importance, is biotechnology of “cloning” in mammals, whereby it is possible to obtain identical genetic individuals, similar to monozygotic twins.

Subjects obtained by clowns are absolutely identical to the individual from whom cell cores (material with all genetic programs) have been taken without having any resemblance to the mothers whose unfertilized and emptied eggs were transplanted to these foreign genetic materials.

Therefore neither the mother who offers the egg (emptied of all its genetic material in the two extirpate procores) nor the mother carrying the gestation, will be able to convey to these offspring nothing of their mother’s characters, since absolutely all genetic material belongs only to the individual donor, irrespective of sex, from which the cell nucleus in which the entire genetic baggage is found is harvested.

In conclusion, the subjects obtained by cloning are absolutely identical to the donors of genetic material and have no similarity with the individuals receiving the genetic material.

For domestic animals, this cloning is of great importance, as it is possible to multiply a valuable individual in a larger clone. For this purpose, sperm banks and embryos of extremely valuable breeds were created, keeping them in liquid nitrogen (at -196 degrees C), and fertilizing artificial beings.

Because of the above-mentioned aspects, of which sustains that is a lack of any similarity of the child with the mother giving birth, respectively with the parents who grow it, the practice of cloning in humans has not found a moral, social support.

In the presence of so many successes in genetic technology, we can incline to believe that man has realized or will achieve a biological robot, a living entity, perhaps even identical with him. Only, we repeat, the man has failed and probably will never succeed in achieving even one living cell, with a quasi-innate composition, structure and functionality. Neither cloning, synthesis and gene transfer nor any other genetic engineering technique can be conceived outside the pre-existing living cells, a mystery that only the creator could reveal to us how it appeared and how it could be reproduced.

Until now, the entire biotechnology human has managed to master and reproduce is limited to cloning and synthesis and gene transfer.

Or, cloning, as it was shown, means nothing but moving cores with the entire genetic baggage in them (up to tens or hundreds of thousands of different genes), from one cell of an subject to another embryonic cell of another subject.

Explaining more simply, cloning involves replacing unfertilized egg cores with the nucleus of another mature cell from another individual, irrespective of sex, within the strictly same species. So “cloning” is nothing more than a simple technique of cell surgery, simply replacing the nucleus of pre-existing cells, which human is not and will never be able to build them alone from dead matter.

Gene synthesis refers to the synthesis of a single gene from the total number of 3,000-4,000 genes as it exists in a bacterial cell or hundreds of thousands of genes as it exists in a single mammalian cell. The gene synthesized by the man gives the cell in which a single change of a single quality will be transplanted, making it able, for example, to withstand stress only, only to frost, heat, drought or to feed other substances (metals, metalloids ).

It is worth to keep in mind that in the synthesis of a single gene that man has made and the synthesis of a whole genetic complex that contains thousands of genes for a single cell of a single species of bacteria and several tens or thousands of genes for a single cell of a single mammalian species is an infinite long and unknown path that is hard to imagine if humanity will ever be able to navigate it to be able to say that it will ever achieve the  simpler biological robot called the ‘cell’.

And let’s not forget that at every level of biological evolution, from virus to human, there is an extremely large number of different groups of individuals (species, breeds, etc.), each group having a totally different number of genes, arranged in a completely different order and structure, with different functionalities.

They are dimensions, even numerical, hard to imagine for the human mind, impossible to set up entirely and in their order in computers, being a micro-intelligent, highly intelligent structured morpho-functional. It is hard to believe that this giant work, infinite for the human mind, starting from the cellular, molecular, atomic microelectronics, to the known macrocosm as polygalactic, polystructural, polyfunctional, infinite, which exists and evolves permanently and absolutely in its totality according to laws extremely accurate and intelligent, could have appeared spontaneously, by Haos, contrary to the law of entropy, without being created by a superior intelligence, Divinity / Creator.

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