What aspects of 21st century life are most poorly

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What aspects of 21st century life are most poorly

Postby Edison Thoreau Homer III » Sat Mar 05, 2016 10:05 pm

engineered and how can they be improved?

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Re: What aspects of 21st century life are most poorly

Postby Edison Thoreau Homer III » Thu Dec 01, 2016 9:35 pm

Feedback? please

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Re: What aspects of 21st century life are most poorly

Postby Nanook » Thu Dec 01, 2016 9:49 pm

It would seem to me we, human beings, are most poorly engineered for 21st century life.

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Re: What aspects of 21st century life are most poorly

Postby Edison Thoreau Homer III » Thu Dec 01, 2016 9:55 pm

Very true, robots can solve Rubic's cube significantly faster people ever can (or maybe even want to if they could).

It seems like the divide between the educated and uneducated is almost like a Grand Canyon of separation.

Ordinary people are almost noneconomic actors at this time. What is to be done?

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Re: What aspects of 21st century life are most poorly

Postby Nanook » Sun Dec 04, 2016 6:27 pm

It seem to me that those who are in power with all the wealth are doing their best to continue to squeeze the rest of us and just employee us as economic slaves to themselves. In the past this was done via proxy, but now we've elected one of the Billionaires Club members to the presidency. Between that and a Republican House and Senate that always favors the rich, it's only going to get worse and I fear ultimately will result in a civil war and overthrow much as the overthrow of the bankers happened in Iceland, only here it will be much bloodier because both sides are armed to the teeth and we Americans tend to be violent in nature under the best of circumstances. The way I see it, Bernie Sanders was our last chance to avoid a class war. The DNC keeping him from the nomination in spite of the fact that he was much better qualified to beat Trump, set us up for a class war here in the States.


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