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Hiroshi Yamamoto Quotes & Sayings

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This is kaiju!" Yojiro barked. "When did they ever give a damn about adhering to science! — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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If I were afraid of getting hurt, nothing would change. Ibis — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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That's not true. People are more affected by true stories than they are fiction. You said so yourself." "What I said was that people have a tendency to call whatever moves them 'the truth. — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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Death comes when memories are lost. — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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Life is like a black hole. You don't know what lies ahead. You can't ever turn back. All you can do is move forward. — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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You don't want to be human?" "If behaving in a manner bereft of logic and morals that leads to conflict is a fundamental attribute of humanity, then I do not want to be human. — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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There are no heroes in our world. No clear-cut evil either. Everyone involved insists that they're the righteous ones. — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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Just as it was pointless to argue whether birds or fish were superior, debating the superiority of man or machine was also meaningless. — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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It is easy to disappoint humans. It is easy to irritate them. It is easy to make them mad. None of that is at all challenging. So we take no pleasure from it. But making people happy is different. That is extremely difficult. — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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Where did this baseless fear that robots would attack humans come from? Why were there so many stories about robots and humans fighting? Did they only exist because that was how mankind had always lived? Did we simply see ourselves in these humanoid machines? Were we not simply afraid of our own reflections? — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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humans are fully capable of loving cats and dogs and tropical fish. If they can love something much less intelligent than humans that does not talk and looks nothing like them, why can they not love one another? Certainly, — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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Truly intelligent beings do not drop bombs on innocent civilians. — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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If people from their own country are killed, they may express surprise, grief, anger, and sympathy. But if ten thousand people are killed in a distant, far-off land, they will not be the slightest bit affected, particularly if it was their own doing. — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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You believe that some people have dementia and some people do not, but that is not correct. All people have dementia - some are simply in worse condition than others. After all, most people with dementia are unaware that anything is wrong with them. — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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People believe in life after death because they are afraid of dying... But I do not believe in life after death BECAUSE I am afraid of dying. — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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Human thoughts are digital. Most people see things as 0 or 1, as black or white. They see nothing in between. All chemicals are dangerous. You are either friend or foe. If you aren't left-wing, you're right. If you aren't conservative, you're liberal. Everything that great man says must be true. Everyone who thinks differently from us is evil. Everyone in that country - even the babies - is evil. — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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But sometimes he's right. 'Nothing happens if you just dream,' he said. 'You need the motivation to make your dreams reality. — Hiroshi Yamamoto

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The only things that move their hearts are tragedies that affect them personally or affect people close to them. — Hiroshi Yamamoto