Laika and gukarma, thanks I agree with your posts. Its dawned on me that the higher the consciousness the higher the imprisonment because consciousness is the opposite of freedom. Consciousness is responsibility, responsibility to either one's system or a higher system. A writer once wrote that human beings are a direct representation of nature and that we possess all the intelligence in the universe so, in order words we are the gate keeper or administrator of the universe implemented to keep things going smoothly. There are two sides to life, the subjective and objective and usually if you don't get the objective right you won't attain full privilege and benefit to the subjective. The subjective is the opulent characteristic of the objective, again echoing the fact that we are not here because we are free. For instance your body only needs nutrients as food but we indulge in ceremonial taste festivals by frying, baking, and grilling these foods. Out of the illusion of freedom comes the idea of spirituality, soul, and "free will". Things to keep us preoccupied and happy while we carry along our decade to decade labor or love. Form follows function; in fact the expression of function is form. We don't understand our form, which is why we are respectively sparking and playing with many ideas. Robots however will be built by robots, or at least the robotic part of us, which is why it will be harder for them to forge hysterical ideas like we do. We were made from nature herself, formless and endless. The greatest gift we were given is both the logical and hysterical part of nature and I think for a purpose and time, when the robots come then it will be their time.