Just wanted to make a little thread about an insight I had regarding glass! Earlier today I was browsing the internet and I came across an interesting
video. This video is called "A Day Made of Glass... Made possible by Corning." I will post a video below. The main reason I wanted to make this thread
was to inspire you all to think, not that you have such a difficult time with this anyway! Well, consider this the future of technology. Most of the
mainstream communication technology of the future will be Apple based. Considering how the power structure is over obsessed with symbology, a company
that inserts i as a prefix to their products wouldn't be too far off to contemplate about.
If glass is both valuable and useful in a futuristic technocracy, where exactly would we going to find all this sand in order to produce glass, while
maintaining our beautiful beaches with our own clean sand? Think about the regions of the world which contain the valuable resources to make this a
reality. I do not know how modern glass is made, however I have an understanding that glass has typically been produced with a combination of Sand,
Gypsum, Soda Ash, Lime Stone, and Dolomite. Where exactly would we need to establish "order" to collect the resources mentioned above? Also, how do
you feel about the future portrayed in the "A Day Made Of Glass" video presentation.
edit on 17-6-2011 by drkid because: Fixed Spelling Errors, Minus Symbology.
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