The Laws of Robotics were written by science fiction author Isaac Asimov in his story I ROBOT.1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.2. A robot must obey orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.The 1974 Lyuben Dilov novel Icarus’s Way introduced a Fourth Law of robotics:“A robot must establish its identity as a robot in all cases.”These laws haven’t really mattered since most robot are working in manufacturing in violation of the first three laws for having taken away the jobs of humans. Few existent robots threaten mankind, however what about breaking a man’s heart, for Japan’s trillion-yen sex industry has been selling robotic sex dolls to customers for the past decade. Each model more human that the previous mechanical succubus. The Japanese are years ahead of the American XXX industry, which is North North Hollywood like the American car industry is stuck in the past with a senseless debate about HD DVD versus Blu-Ray.Orient Industry Co. of Japan has monthly sales of 50 silicon sex companions @ $7,000 each and a German inventor has created an even more sophisticated robot sex doll. Its heart beats faster. They can also pant and make suggestive motions during sex. The flesh of these cyber-vixen are warm to the touch. According to the inventor, “They are almost impossible to distinguish from the real thing, but I am still developing improvements and I will only be happy when what I have is better than the real thing.”And a bargain at $4000 each and certainly cheaper than the robots Japan plans on sending to the moon in 2020. Those robots will have to have a greater AI than the one year-old intellect available today, for setting up lunar bases for human habitation.Probably the first settlement will pay for itself if it were named Sodom.The Valley of Lunar Dolls.This possible nexus between man and robots designed for our sexual pleasure has been explored by in LOVE + SEX WITH ROBOTS by David Levy. The author portrays a sexscape 50 years onward where men and women will have adjusted to the idea of love and not only sex with robots. An easy jump of faith. Most people readily confused lust with love. Ignorance of 4th Law of Robotics is simply an adaptation of the present Pentagon policy on homosexual soldiers.“Don’t ask. Don’t tell.”Not many robot owners will be asking questions of a machine capable of satisfying your every fantasy without the guilt associated with perversion.“I am talking about loving relationships about 40 years from now. When there are robots that have also emotions, personality, consciousness. They can talk to you, they can make you laugh. They can … say they love you just like a human would say ‘I love you’, and say it as though they mean it.” according to David Levy.Just like a woman.“But for loving relationships — that is something completely different. In loving relationships there are many more things that are important. And the most difficult of all is conversation. You want your robot to be able to talk to you about what is interesting to you. You want a partner who has some similar interest to you, who talks to you in a manner that pleases you, who has a similar sense of humor to you.”So she has to laugh at your jokes.It gets better and better, but I don’t think I’ll be around 40 years from now, so I’ll have to make do with my wives. At least of them thinks I’m funny and the other like to make love to me.What more can a man ask for from a woman?Silence?Certainly not sadism, because that is impossible according to the 1st Law of Robotics.Man will always have to depend on that pain of pleasure from a woman.It is in their nature.