Ātreya Ṛṣi: Brain of who?
Devotee (1): Einstein?
Ātreya Ṛṣi: Well, the way they're doing it is through the genetic, yes.
Prabhupāda: Whatever it may be, they are trying...
Ātreya Ṛṣi: Yes.
Prabhupāda: ...to make a xerox copy. So why not the original?
Devotee (1): What is that?
Prabhupāda: Explain to him.
Ātreya Ṛṣi: Why not the original?
Prabhupāda: Yes. The scientists, they are trying to make a xerox copy of Professor Einstein. So why not the original? Hm? What is their answer?
Ātreya Ṛṣi: They cannot keep the original alive.
Prabhupāda: No, that's all right, but let them make one original.
Devotee (1): They can't even begin.
Devotee (1): They can't even make a cell.
Prabhupāda: Then what is their credit?
Devotee (1): They have made a computer.
Devotee (1): They have made a computer, but it takes a human being to program the computer.
Prabhupāda: So what is their credit? If you simply copy something, that is not credit. The credit should go to the original.
Ātreya Ṛṣi: The scientists admit that there is nothing new that they can make. Everything is the manipulation of the laws of nature.
Prabhupāda: Then the thing is that as they are individual person trying to do something wonderful, the individual person who has already done all this wonderful, how much credit He deserves. If by simply copying you want to take so much credit that you will defy the existence of God, you are so fool, rascal, then how much credit should be given to the original person who has made all these things existing. What is their answer?
Ātreya Ṛṣi: They simply don't care.
Devotee (1): Like that man said last night, "We will do it."
Prabhupāda: You will do, that's all right, you will do it, but it is already there. What is your credit, you will do it? It is already there, then what is your credit?
Ātreya Ṛṣi: They choose to ignore it.
Prabhupāda: Even if you do that, the already one who has done it, why don't you give Him credit?
Devotee (1): Yeah, instead of being envious.
Prabhupāda: Tān ahaṁ dviṣataḥ krūrān (BG 16.19), they are envious, rascal. Envious means rascal. That is material quality. And spiritual quality means to praise good quality. "Oh, you are so nice, you have got so good quality." That is spiritual. And enviousness, "Oh, this man is surpassing me. All right, I..."
Devotee (1): Cut him down.
Prabhupāda: That's right. This is material. Matsaratā. This is explained in Bhāgavata as matsaratā. Paramo nirmatsarāṇāṁ satāṁ vāstavaḥ vastu vedyam atra (SB 1.1.2).
Devotee (1): Last night you said that that man's claim was like a poor man saying, "Yes, I'll become a millionaire."
Devotee (1): "Someday I'll become a millionaire."
Prabhupāda: And he wants the respect of a millionaire immediately, with future tense. Just see. "You give me the respect of a millionaire. I shall become in future a millionaire." What is this nonsense? First of all you become millionaire, then ask the respect. They want the credit beforehand. Trust no future, however pleasant. Why shall I believe you?
Devotee (1): There's a lake over there. There's a pond, we can walk down there.
Prabhupāda: Oh, bridge we are not going to cross? All right.
Ātreya Ṛṣi: Every time they find something new they should be glorifying Krsna.
Prabhupāda: Yes. That is Krsna consciousness.