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Old April 24 2014, 01:42 PM   #1
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The new technologies that will revolutionize the future

Interesting, brief article. I bring it up to demonstrate the intertwining of info technologies that accelerate change further and also because of the economic lately I've been posting more about the replacement for capitalism coming in the next few decades.

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Old April 27 2014, 10:17 PM   #2
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Re: The new technologies that will revolutionize the future

Let's hope. It sux to be poor. But don't forget the old tech--give it new life instead.

The chisel is still a good tool. Bringing the brute force of that concept with the very small is the first useful news on nano-tech I've seen yet.

Using heat for power seems possible

Project Orion

Ethanol seems a bad bet
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