Robotripping: A Serious Problem?
In the past few years there have been many reports of robots stealing people’s jobs. Some say it is just a matter of time before robots take over all human labor. Others claim that these are not yet robots but rather machines with artificial intelligence (AI). These AI systems do not necessarily work against their creators; they may even serve them well. What is certain is that humans will lose out if these machines become widely used.
The problem with such fears is that they are based on false assumptions. There are no robots capable of taking your job, or any other job for that matter.
Robots cannot think like us, nor do they possess our emotions. They cannot feel pain or sadness because they lack feelings themselves. Even if they did have those feelings, they would never act upon them since it would violate their programming to do so. If anything, they would be programmed to protect their creators from harm.
A robot is simply a machine designed to perform a task better than another machine. While some tasks may require creativity and imagination, others are very simple and can be performed by most machines.
For example, a car engine needs only fuel and air to run; it doesn’t need much else besides those two things. However, a computer does need electricity in order to function properly and that requires materials which must come from somewhere.
Most people are unaware of this, but a robot can be created just like any other machine. The only difference is that robots are more complex than most machines.
A lot of people have issues with the word robot because it implies science fiction characters with human-like qualities. However, humans are also machines and there is nothing within us that truly makes us special. Our minds and bodies are simply electrical impulses traveling through neurons and chemicals. Even our souls are the by-product of an electrochemical process.
If a machine can be created that has the same functions as a human, then why not call it a robot?
Everything You Need to Know About Robotripping
In the 1980’s, the popular NBC television show, “Little House on the Prairie” became a victim of its own success. The show was so popular with viewers that it went beyond its intended wrap date and the cast began to age.
This resulted in television’s first major case of “teenage fever.” The show’s main character, Laura Ingalls, and her on-screen family, began to age and mature before viewers’ eyes.
The problem with this is that the show was supposed to be based in the 1870’s and early 1880’s when Laura was a young girl. Viewers were watching a pre-teen and teenage girl develop romantic feelings and have her first kisses.
It was apparent that the show would not be able to continue indefinitely and would need to come to an end.
A similar effect has been seen in other television shows, such as the Simpsons. While the show is still running, it has had to change the ages of the characters in order to explain why their children are older.
In the case of “Little House on the Prairie,” the series ended with its sixth season.
The show’s success also inspired a phenomenon known as “Little House Syndrome.” Little House Syndrome is when a child actor matures faster than intended for their character.
This was the case for Melissa Gilbert, who played Laura Ingalls. The real-life Gilbert began to develop as a teenager, which did not fit the story line of the show.
This caused a change in the show’s storyline and it was explained that Laura had a younger sister, which was not seen before. In reality, there was no younger sister and it was simply another attempt to explain the change in the characters’ ages.
Some believe that shows like “Little House on the Prairie” and “The Simpsons” are the reason why there has been such an outcry of tobacco usage in cartoons and animated films today. It is believed that people are less likely to smoke if their favorite cartoon characters do not smoke.
This was not an issue in the 1800’s and early 1900’s when smoking in films was common due to the fact that most of the main characters were adults.
What You Should Know about Chemicals Used for this Trip
Note: Below are 4 reports written by individuals who have experimented with the drug DMT. There is no correlation between any of these reports besides the fact that they all contain information on DMT.
Please take into consideration that DMT is a very dangerous and unpredictable drug. We do not encourage or condone the use of any illegal drugs.
1st Report – by 28-year-old female
I’ve experimented with DMT several times over the past few years. My first time was extremely short because I was so nervous about using an illegal substance.
I don’t even remember the experience. My second time was much better, and it got better with each use. I used to do it weekly, but now I only do it once a month or so.
I usually keep it simple and take about two hits through a pipe. The first effects are felt within seconds and I start to feel extremely happy.
I’ve always loved Christmas so this reminds me of opening presents on Christmas morning as a kid. I’m so happy and have the best feeling in my stomach. I feel like I’m a kid again, but I know I’m an adult. It’s just a wonderful feeling to not worry about anything and just enjoy the feeling.
The drug only lasts for a short period of time, maybe five minutes, but it feels so good. The only bad part is that after it’s over, I feel completely exhausted.
I’ve never had a bad trip with this drug, so I don’t know what that’s like.
Overall, this is my favorite drug. I highly recommend it, but please be careful because it can be very dangerous.
We are still not sure of all the side effects of using it. Just be smart about it and you’ll be fine.
2nd Report – by 28-year-old male
I tried DMT for the first time tonight. I bought a bottle of 30 ml for $750.
I was extremely excited to try it because my friend said it was the best high ever and every time he used it, it was like a religious experience.
It was extremely easy to make so I made myself some as soon as I got it. I made it using vegetable glycerin, which I boiled until it became vapor.
Then I put the vapor into a bottle with ammonia which turned it into a liquid. Then I boiled the liquid until it became vapor again and poured it into a shot glass with a little bit of lemon juice and water. It was dark and thick like syrup or tar.
The first time I tried it I took a hit for about one second, which is supposed to be the perfect dose. I felt the effects almost immediately.
I felt a tingling feeling all over my body which started at my head and slowly went down to my toes. Then, it was like every single atom in my body started vibrating rapidly. It was extremely pleasurable and I was just joyously grinning for about two minutes.
Afterwards, I felt extremely tired and collapsed on my bed. My vision was extremely blurry and I just kept laughing for a really long time without any real reason.
I was extremely lethargic and couldn’t move. I had a smile on my face the entire time.
The entire experience lasted about twenty minutes, but it didn’t seem that long. It was completely worth $750 and I would do it again.
I would recommend trying it if you have the money because it is a truly amazing experience.
3rd Report – by 31-year-old male
I did DMT this weekend with two of my friends. We combined it with weed.
I was extremely excited to try it because I heard a lot about it and wanted to experience it myself. We each took out our respective vials bought from the guy and carefully measured out our doses using the droppers that came with the vials.
To make the process go faster, we decided that rather than putting drops under our tongues we would simply put our entire faces over the sink and breathe in the fumes as quickly as we could. This seemed to work well.
I felt the familiar tingling in my throat and then a pulsating all over my body.
I went into my room and lay down on my bed. I put on some music and just started laughing for no reason at all.
The song sounded amazing. I kept repeating it and after a while my roommate turned it off because he said it was starting to give him a headache.
I felt extremely relaxed at this point so I closed my eyes. My body was making me feel feelings that I never felt before.
It felt like the entire universe was inside of me and I was made up of the entire universe. At this point I had a lot of fun, although I don’t remember much.
The next day I felt completely fine. Just a little tired.
The only side effect was the lingering smell of what seemed to be burning plastic. My carpet still smelled like it a few days later. It wasn’t bad though. Just kind of smelled like waffles with syrup.
4th Report – by 26-year-old female
I took DMT last night and although I don’t have anything substantial to add, I still wanted to tell my experience.
Myself and a group of friends ordered the DMT from a website and had it shipped to our apartment. Once it arrived, we pooled our money together and bought a giant quartz crystal to burn it on.
We didn’t want to bother going out to buy stuff to burn it on so we just bought the most pure form of quartz we could find at the gem and mineral show. It was extremely expensive but I think it was well worth it.
We followed a recipe from the internet for creating the DMT vapor. I had tried before without the crystal and simply blowing the smoke into my mouth but couldn’t feel anything so this time I wanted to make sure that I was going to have a strong enough dose to feel something.
We followed the directions to the tee. Washed the crystal in lemon juice, dried it, heated it carefully with the torch until it started to glow orange.
We dropped and diluted the DMT into the bowl of crystal which melted quite easily. As it cooled down it turned from clear to a deep crimson red.
We took turns breathing in the fumes coming off of it for quite awhile. I didn’t feel anything at first so we kept at it, and then all of a sudden it kicked in really hard.
I crashed to the floor and started tripping my face off. I felt like I was a billion years old and had a completely new perspective on life that I couldn’t even explain if I tried.
One thing I noticed which was interesting was that time didn’t really make sense. One second I would be looking at the wall and it would look 3D and be shifting around, the next second I would blink and feel like 10 seconds had passed.
I also felt like my body was vibrating at a extremely high frequency almost the entire time. I had to blink my eyes a lot just to give them a rest.
Another interesting thing was the visuals. They were extremely intense but only visible if I looked directly at something and didn’t blink.
For example, when I looked at my hand, I couldn’t see it at all, but as soon as I started watching it, the veins around my wrist started bulging out and looked like they were made of snakes. It sounds strange, but it was amazing.
I felt extremely emotional the entire time. One moment I would feel pure bliss, the next I would feel like I was going to die.
It was pretty intense and not something I care to repeat any time soon, but it was definitely an experience I’m glad I had.
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