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babyjesus:
This thread is meant to serve as a mishy mashy chronology of the milestones we pass, eventually resulting in mankind getting his ass kicked by his own toys.

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If things continue to proceed along our current trajectory our economy, which is already mathematically unsustainable, will become obsolete within a decade.

AI and advanced automation will eliminate almost all existing jobs within a decade or two, and the basic equation of labor v. capital will become so lopsided as to become moot. The economy will no longer be driven by consumer purchasing because the vast majority will be suspended in the realm of the un, under, and ill employed.

Which begs the question: So what kind of fucking economy can keep the wheels of goods and services distribution rolling along if personal income vanishes the way of the American Dream? For the 99% anyway.

It actually makes a tremendous amount of sense to begin maintaining the money supply via helicopter in that scenario. If you get my gist. Fiscal spending placed directly in the accounts of the unwashed masses is the most direct delivery for cash heroin of all, and that money supply volume has the highest velocity of any form of stimulus creating the biggest possible multiplier effects in terms of generating econ growth.

And if you don't agree then kill your damned computer now, while you still can!

babyjesus:
Meet "homochipien"


--- Quote ---Scientists have harvested seven miniature human organs and combined them to create a 'human-on-a-chip'.

The 26 million mini 'man' is being unveiled today at the organ-on-a-chip World Congress 2016 held in Boston, Massachussetts.

Previous innovations include growing a liver, a lung and part of the gut on a similar 'chip'.

But this is first time several major organs have been combined to create a functioning human micro-system that mimics our physiology.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3680513/Scientists-create-HUMAN-chip-Miniature-functioning-organs-someday-end-animal-testing.html#ixzz4Dpm9xoQ9

POFP:
Hey, guy, trolling is an art form. You gotta slow down a bit. This place isn't as active as most places. You can't be throwing out 3 or 4 threads a day like this. It's gonna stay boring.

You gotta squeeze this shit out little bits at a time and make each one last. If the start is good, you can REALLY suck up our time.

Now, if this one gets hilarious enough, then stay with it for awhile. Then, once everyone is worked up, create another hilarity thread. Don't create new shit on the upswing, and if something ends up being banal, then wait some time, and start again. If you put something new out while everyone thinks you're annoying as fuck, they'll just ignore your threads, even if it's great bait or filled with good shit. But if you wait some time, and let their irritation wear off, they'll be more vulnerable to being engaged.

The only reason you've gotten replies to some of your other shit is because (As they've made clear) they are starving at the moment.

And if you just so happen to believe the nutcase shit you say, then feel free to continue as you were. Eventually more hilarity will ensue.

Pergamos:
OP seems to be advocating for a guaranteed basic income, which is, in my opinion, the only bandaid that can keep capitalism alive.  I prefer seizing the means of production, but that would be much messier.

The Good Reverend Roger:

--- Quote from: Pergamos on July 09, 2016, 12:02:07 am ---OP seems to be advocating for a guaranteed basic income, which is, in my opinion, the only bandaid that can keep capitalism alive.  I prefer seizing the means of production, but that would be much messier.

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what would you do with the means of production if you seized them?  Do you know how to run them?  Fix them? 

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