>My main gripe with transhumanism is that they don't understand how computers work.
Good. They'll find out the hard way, the cock-suckers.
There's a Black Mirror
episode called "San Junipero." My wife and I watched it with my brother and our friends. At the end of it, the two women are dancing the nights away forever in the titular town, forever young and beautiful and in love. "Finally!" exclaimed my brother. "A happy ending!"
<Ha ha ha! NO, dumbass!
As we know, Black Mirror
is one shitty abuse of technology after another. It makes no sense for there to be a "happy ending." If you think you've just watched something heart-warming, think again. There are several ways this was a nightmare ending:
>Heaven is real, and the computer upload works, therefore they never go to Heaven to receive a much, much better afterlife. Instead they spend eternity hanging around a fucking arcade
>Heaven is real, and the computer upload DOESN'T work, in which case their brains have only been copied, and they've still moved on to the afterlife, leaving a server full of simulations dancing the night away for no good reason
>The brain upload works and they dance the nights away... right up until some natural disaster, lack of funding, or inevitable system failure causes the server to be shut down.
>The brain upload works and they spend decades together... until they can no longer stand the sight of each other. Then they're stuck in the small town in the computer, forever running into each other over and over and over again. Awkward conversation/fights with the ex...FOREVER
I could go on. The Transhumanists (or Luciferians I think they call themselves, sometimes) don't understand how retarded it is to try and live forever through machines. It doesn't matter if you get a steel body that lasts for millions of years if your fucking brain dies within 90 of old age.