Washington D.C. – Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made it quite clear that she will not retire from the Supreme Court before 2020, reassuring Americans the left-leaning justice will continue serving until after the next presidential election.
Media reporters routinely covering Ginsburg over her latest hospitalization however noticed some quite intriguing clues regarding Ginsburg’s future on the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS).
Reporters noticed an unusual vehicle parked in front of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center where Ginsburg was being treated with the company logo “Cyberdyne Cybernetics”.
A simple internet search revealed Cyberdyne to be “a venture firm which is established in order to materialize ideas to utilize cybernetics for the benefits of humankind in the field of medicine, caregiving, welfare, labor, heavy works, entertainment and so on.”
Cybernetics is defined as “the science of communications and automatic control systems in both machines and living things.”
A reliable anonymous source who said that they were intimately involved in Ginsburg’s medical care related that they overheard Ginsburg’s doctors involved in a very animated conversation with a woman not known as an employed attendant physician at Sloan-Kettering. The source stated that the conservation was highly unusual because the source heard the woman comment, “So should we dispose of or freeze the body after her head and brain are connected to the system?” The source said that it was at that point that another of the physicians noted their presence in the room and ordered them to go get a dextrose IV bag for Ginsburg which was strange because they had just installed a fresh bag of the solution on the IV tree. The source said that “It felt like they were trying to get rid of me.” The source commented that the patient, Ginsburg, didn’t seem concerned at all regarding the content of their conversation, that she just laid there and smiled.
Our source was shown a picture of the unusual vehicle and exclaimed, “That’s the same design she had on the lab coat she was wearing!”
All the evidence points to Ginsburg having plans to take extraordinary measures to remain on the Supreme Court by artificial means if necessary.
Other experts in the field believe that Ginsburg is planning to shed the body that has failed her for one that ensure her continued liberal input on the SCOTUS.
Such an action would open up many areas of concern regarding the legality of her continued presence on the SCOTUS.
Should such a mixture of man and machine be allowed to hold a SCOTUS seat by such extraordinary measures or should term limits be imposed on the SCOTUS so that nine people can’t hijack the SCOTUS for a millenia, or more?
Should Ginsburg be required to accept the programing of the three laws of robotics?
- A justice may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
- A justice must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
- A justice must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the 1st or 2nd Law.
At second glance, the imposition of the three laws of robotics on the whole of the SCOTUS may not be a bad idea either.