18 January 2021

Catalyst in detail: Mon, 18 Jan 2021 12:26:34

In the 2013 Catalyst Thesis, it is argued that today’s 3D printers are crude compared with whatever will be in your homes in the next decades. Technology can potentially eradicate all inequality. It will certainly lessen inequality even if we don’t aim for that. Synthetic biology allows the creation of new forms of life, and nanotech could eventually allow anything to be manufactured in a garage. Monopolies of wealth and power will be shattered, everything will be delegated to the individual or to smaller communities. The entire production process will be able to take place in the home. If we share everything nobly when the time of this technological singularity arrives, economics itself will be obsolete and all things will be available to all people. Unlimited fuel and unlimited materials will prevail. We have seen the power in the DNA of our technology. http://www.clubof.info/p/catalyst.html


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