10 June 2020

Catalyst in detail: Wed, 10 Jun 2020 22:41:41

Selected for you is this selection from the 2013 futurist “Catalyst” thesis by Harry Bentham: “Globalization’s migratory effects and unprecedented mixing of cultures have had at least one major benefit carried forward. This is the erosion of communication barriers, in language and transport. Such barriers correspond with huge historic power inequalities among states. The overall democratic potential of emerging technologies already discussed, the spread and acceptance of the internet, and the world’s transition to an alternative with a much weaker nation-state system certainly deserve to be brought together for consideration. There are anti-state implications in the arrival of new media and new technology.” The Twenty-First Century is the first and only time we have to plant the seeds of our future, using all the unique talent of humanity to improve the state of life on Earth. http://www.clubof.info/p/catalyst.html
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