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The caffeine manifesto


If it wasn’t obvious before, it should be by now.

Employment is a false construct in modern times. The majority of jobs performed today could have, and should have, been eliminated decades ago. 324 more words


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Cautious Clay’s new EP, Blood Type: After releasing several killer singles, an EP is finally here! Featuring the enticing stand out track “Blood Type” 132 more words

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We champion automation/mechanization because statistically it is more productive than human labor–employment inverses into productivity. The only reason we as a society don’t push mechanization is because we’re stuck in an ancient paradigm of income for labor; hence, people want to keep their jobs when it is inevitable that income for labor will become obsolete. 241 more words


Access over Acquisition

Wait! It isn’t communism! As I mentioned in my article titled Let the Robots do the Work!, artificial intelligence will raise our mental etiquette to such a degree that we’ll awaken to an awareness of Natural Law, and our symbiotic relationship with it–a monetary system will seem as dumb to us then as having dial-up phones would seem to us now. 402 more words


The Artisan Solution to Robots and Automation

by Glen Wallace

The government needs to redistribute wealth not in order to decides what people do or do not want, the government should redistribute in order to make it possible that more citizens can choose what they want or do not want from a selection of goods and services.    677 more words

Applied Social Political Philosophy

The Venus Project Plans to Bring Humanity to the Next Stage of Social Evolution. Here’s Ho

June 29, 2017

Since 1975, Roxanne Meadows has worked with renowned futurist Jacque Fresco to develop and promote The Venus Project. The function of this project is to find alternative solutions to the many problems that confront the world today. 2,341 more words

The Choice Is Ours: A positive view of the world's future

If you were to completely change the world, what would it look like? The Choice Is Ours presents their take on their ideal world.

by Portia Ladrido… 685 more words