Am I a fish?
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I challenge anyone to give me a solid, concrete, absolute reason, without a doubt, that I am not not a rouge neurologically - engineered fish hooked up to a government computer and told to complete a variety of tasks as part of an experiment.
I look forward to this debate.
Not sure what HEEERESY means, but I will continue anyways. Given the amount of government projects that are not neccesarily classified, just not talked about, there is reasonable means to assume that I could very well be a cyborg-fish of sorts, although I keep my identity secret. My brain has been altered to a state of human-like consciousness that allows me to neurogically think of words and phrases and have them implemented into a computer in text form. Any reasons why this is impossible?
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Vote Placed by LostintheEcho1498 1 year ago
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