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Actually, the only thing holding it together is the threat from the outside. Until the day arrives when all we have to do every day is lie here, eat and fornicate while the machines do all the work, motivation rather than demotivation to get off your lazy ass would seem more useful. Janos Skorenzy October 13, at 6: The improvement of life on earth is not linear, there are fits and starts, but overall the direction is upward. A GPS and let them build their own routes, there would b plenty of room, at least until there are as many planes [ or personal drones ] or whatever you want to call them.
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Yes, and so is death, cancer and babies born with crooked backs. Of course, Australia would doubtlessly have remained of little interest to Europe for the same time period not needing such a remote Prison Colony. We are not running out of copper any more than we are running out of oil or coal. Read the first chapter here click on Patreon. A GPS and let them build their own routes, there would b plenty of room, at least until there are as many planes [ or personal drones ] or whatever you want to call them. Then look up how many were starving a decade ago, a century ago and a millenium ago. Its piecemeal structure drains the narrative of any momentum it potentially may have had, particularly through the tedious middle section which waffles and snores like a coma victim at an Open Mic.