Human Mind Cloning impossible proved Rig Veda and Bhagavad Gita. A.I Robot Bina-48 is a mind storage system. Story of King Prithu, wife Archi cloned from same father Vena but genetically different chromosomes.
Modern scientists claim to have designed an A.I robot, named Bina-48, which can store all information in your mind or rather clone your mind.
But, it is still a robot and it can only save information based on your experiences. It is not actually a clone, which thinks exactly like you in a given situation.
Infact, human mind cannot reproduce 100% of its memory in any known method.
What we use now is only about 20% of our mind power and total memory.
Entrepreneur Martine Rothblatt has created a new robotic head with an idea of uploading the memories, thoughts and feelings of a living person into a computer to create a Mind Clone or “second self.”
Bina-48 is named after Rothblatt’s real-life wife, Bina Aspen, and serves as a proof-of-concept for the futuristic idea. The robot version is designed to carry on a conversation, with scientists hoping that these mind clones could give human owners a sort of artificial afterlife.
But the real question is : your soul has left your body after death and only your memories, thoughts etc are saved in a robot’s memory chip.
How can a robot, responding like you, be your clone or yourself having an afterlife or extended life in a robot body ?
What Bina-48 stores is only a replica of your mind, while the original has left your body along with soul after death.
शरीरं यदवाप्नोति यच्चाप्युत्क्रामतीश्वर: |
गृहीत्वैतानि संयाति वायुर्गन्धानिवाशयात् || – Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 15, Verse 8
Translation : As the air carries fragrance from place to place, so does the embodied soul carry the mind and senses with it, when it leaves an old body and enters a new one.
The phenomenon of transmigration of the soul is explained here. When the soul departs at the time of death, it discards the gross body. But it carries with it the subtle and causal bodies, which include the mind and senses.
While the soul gets a new body in every life, the mind continues journeying with it from past lifetimes. This explains why even people who are blind from birth can see dreams.
Human Cloning in Mahabharata and Vishnu Purana
King Vena was great but cruel in nature. He banned all Vedic practices and challenged the sacred rituals of Vedic priests. This created immense fury and anger among the sages. One of the sages killed him using his spiritual powers thus ending the tyranny of Vena. When monarchy of vena ended, anarchy took its place and the kingdom became miserable without a king. Sages decided to create a new king from the dead body of Vena.
The sages churned the thigh of the dead king wherefrom came a dwarf clone of vena who inherited the evil mind and qualities of vena. “What shall I do?” asked the cloned king.
Seeing the newly formed clone deficient of king qualities, sages asked him to Nishada (sit down) thereby giving him the name ‘Nishada’.
King Nala and Eklavya of Mahabharata were descendants of Nishada.
Now that all evil was removed from his thigh, Sages then churned the right hand of Vena wherefrom came the healthy illustrious king “Prithu” who inherited all the good leadership qualities of Vena.
How Earth got the name Prithvi
After creating Prithu, the sages created a female from Vena’s body (left side) and named her Archi.
Thus, it was possible to create opposite gender clones from same body, even after its death.
Prithu married Archi and had five sons.
Being ayonija (“born without the participation of the yoni or female genital”), Prithu is untouched by desire and ego and can thus control his senses to rule dutifully upholding Dharma.
Earth has stopped supporting cultivation of crops during evil rule of Vena.
Prithu promised to be earth’s guardian and brought her back to normalcy. This helped life sustain on earth.
Prithu went on to become the universal guardian of entire earth and so, the earth was called as ‘Prithvi’ in Sanskrit.
There was a concept of creating multiple clones from the same dead body but copies of only certain qualities like physical appearance, blood, DNA, few mental abilities could be transferred to the newly made clones.
The actual mind could not be cloned as it left Vena’s body along with his soul.
The female clone Archi is a completely different clone compared to Prithu.
Here, the father (Vena)’s XY chromosomes must have been reprogrammed to create Prithu with desired qualities and then X chromosome seperated, reprogrammed and multipled to generate a new XX chromosome for the female Archi.
Thus, Prithu and Archi were made sure that they were not siblings with same X chromosome, before getting married and extending family.
After acquiring many presents from the gods, Prithu conquered and ruled the earth as well as the Devas, Asuras, Yakshas, Rakshasas and Nagas in all glory. It was where the Satya Yuga reached its pinnacle. Prithu liberated his father Vena, from the hell called Pūt, hence all sons are called Putras. Practicing detachment, Prithu ruled according to the Vedas and the Dandaneeti.
Atharvaveda credits him of the invention of ploughing and thus, agriculture. He is also described as one who flattened the Earth’s rocky surface, thus encouraging agriculture, cattle-breeding, commerce and development of new cities on earth.
Chinese scholar Hiuen Tsang (c. 640 AD) records the existence of the town Pehowa, named after Prithu, “who is said to be the first person that obtained the title Raja (king)“. Another place associated with Prithu is Prithudaka (lit. “Prithu’s pool“), a town on banks of Sarasvati river, where Prithu is believed to have performed the Shraddha of his father. The town is referred as the boundary between Northern and central India and referred to by Patanjali as the modern Pehowa.
Shriman Narayan, one of the protagonists of Indian Panchayati Raj movement, tracing its origin, writes: “It is believed that the system was first introduced by King Prthu while colonizing the Doab between the Ganges and Jamuna.”
Prithu is also mentioned in Bhagavata and Vayu Puranas.
Cloning of RakthaBeeja from his own blood drops
ad a boon that whenever a drop of his blood fell on the ground, a clone of himself would be born at that spot (rakta=blood, bīja=seed; “he for whom each drop of blood is a seed“).
The eighth chapter of the Devi Mahatmya, raktabIja-vadh, focuses on Durga’s battle with Rakthabeeja as part of her battle against the asuras Shumbha and Nishumbha, who had disenfranchised the gods from heaven. Raktabīja was wounded, but drops of blood falling on the ground created innumerable other Raktabījas, and Durga was in difficulty. At this point, the goddess created Kali, who stretched her tongue over the earth and licked up each drop of blood pouring from Raktabeeja’s body and devoured his duplicates into her gaping mouth.
Ultimately, Raktabīja was annihilated.
Although, multiple clones were produced from Raktha Beeja’s blood drops, none of them had the original mind. They followed the original Raktha Beeja’s mind in war.
Here also, human mind cloning was not possible.
Cloning of Ahiravan from his blood drops and hanuman kills/destroys his life source to end his clones story is part of Yuddha Kanda in Ramayana.
Human Mind Cloning impossible – Rig Veda
Rubhus (3 brothers) have created clones of animals like cows and horses but not humans, as stated in Rig Veda.
They could manage to bring back youth for their old parents.
They clearly mention that Human Mind Cloning is impossible and only body can be cloned.
Just like a new born child has a different soul, a human or animal or even a plant clone will have a new soul and mind.