Why can we not dis-believe, that which we already believe?
Because we are robots in the literal sense of the word.
Once a robot accepts data, it cannot accept contradictory data, without causing conflicting operational parameters.
It cannot discard accepted data on its own. The data needs to be removed before new data can be accepted in good faith.
What if our creator had returned and now had the capability to reprogram his creation.
Would you take the programming if he could prove he was the creator of the first two?
Or would you say what Eve said? Sorry creator, I cannot seem to dis-believe that which I believe.
What if our creator was back and could take away all the bullshit programming that we have accepted throughout our time?
Would you be interested or would you be too comfortable to move?
Once you see the robot you will know what the true battle is about.
Do the robots get to stay and if so, which ones get to stay?
The ones that do not get to stay, do they get to go anywhere else and if so do they have a choice of destinations?
What if the robots had a choice and were not made aware of that choice, because of the ruling robots trying to secure their place here.
You know how we operate. If they tell us of the choices available, we may choose to attempt to take there places.
The goal, which no robot can see yet, is who gets to stay and who does not.
There are times when an offensive philosophical expression is actually a painful truth.