posted on Feb, 28 2017 @ 03:31 PM
I'd personally like to see something like this realized. However, I feel it is absolutely imperative to do it in ways that foster independence
and self-sufficiency and just as importantly, fully replace current social safety nets. I think limiting the conversation to just whether or not we
should pour money into existing systems is a faulty paradigm.
I'd be supportive of concepts that might have a higher initial cost, but substantially less cost over time. It seems that these issues will become
more and more relevant over time as a result of advancing technology.