The Mark Of The Beast Or Uploading Your Brain To Achieve Immortality?
Updated: Mar 23
Something that many people wish to have in life is the ability to live eternally. The reason being that it's a part of our genetic makeup, we were made with eternity inside of us.
What if I told you that you could live forever without downloading your brain in a computer?
Well, there is a company called Netcome, they are attempting to perfect technology that allows you to upload your brain inside a computer in an attempt to preserve your brain and the mind. The methods of analyzing the connections of neurons in the brain, finding the endless possibilities by copying and encoding your mental life onto a computer is an attempt to "outsmart" death with your own brain.
The question some people seem to be asking is, "if I am immortal wouldn't it be boring to live your life in a computer?" The answer that some have to that is simply, no. Because the main frame computer will connect to a mechanical type of avatar that is a super human in every way, feeling everything it feels and seeing everything it sees and experiences, a form of digital immortality. Sort of like copying and transferring a hard drive to a computer.
Another problem with this as some may say would be, wouldn't things get lost in translation? Is a digital copy of you capable of being conscious and that it wouldn't follow the real you, that it would be more of a survivor rather than a digital copy. Consciousness is the idea of eternal reflection and people want to feel like there is a way to go on forever.
As I mentioned before people feel this way because it's already built into our genetic makeup. You cant separate your brain from your body so some might agree that this cannot be achieved, or has it already been achieved? The reason we can't transfer it is because our minds are already networked to something else outside our bodies. They believe there is this otherness involved. They say you are connected to everything and everyone and that when you are having thoughts in your mind you are actually connecting and uploading that thought up to. The human mind is connecting to a web of information fields that are not readily known by us, but it is revealed to the children of God.
Colossians 1:26 says:
“The mystery that has been kept hidden for ages and generations, but is now disclosed to the Lord's people.”
Our consciousness can extend beyond us or as a receiver. If our minds can tap into the mysteries of the fabric of the universe could that help to explain why our brain is still such a mystery, it's too complex to fit it into a simple explanation in biology. We are made for another life or purpose. But this just goes to show us that we are created this way for a reason.
Psalm 139:14 says:
“I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. Just when they think they have it figured out, there will always be more to know, infinite knowledge.”
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