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A New System- To Be Put in Place by 2100, I call is "AutoTechIsm"

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posted on Nov, 7 2011 @ 09:41 PM
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I propose a new system. And I want to call it something like "AuthoTechIsm"

Basically, the goal of this century should be to transition from the current system to autotechism.

As we are already experiencing in present day, robots and computers are taking away the jobs of humans.

Within 40 years, machines and computers will do the vast majority of the work within the United States.

It will come to the point where jobs will never be available and only starting your own business will be the only job available.

Also within 40 years, space tourism will be in full swing.

Within 100 years, the planet Earth should be under a system where every person, at a bare minimum, gets a home, a robot, and food.

Earth would be a Utopia.

The Money system, capitalism, etc. would still be around; BUT NOT ON HOME PLANET EARTH.

Within 100 years, we should be colonizing planets. Once we become an inter-stellar civilization, planet Earth should work like this:

If somebody is content with a condo, free food, and a robot, for free (or 2 hours of work a day) than they can do that.

Everybody has the option to "make a new start" and colonize the heavens. This one is key. I am assuming that if everybody (as long as they undergo training) is given a chance to go colonize the stars, than planet Earth will start seeing population deflation (not only because of people leaving the planet, but also because those people's children and so on will obviously not be born at planet Earth).... so...

At that point, Earth is a utopia basically and colonizing space is where systems like capitalism and socialism will occur...

Does my idea make sense?




posted on Nov, 7 2011 @ 09:44 PM
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Sounds like most of the plots found in the Gundam Wing series.




posted on Nov, 7 2011 @ 09:55 PM
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Within 100 years, the planet Earth should be under a system where every person, at a bare minimum, gets a home, a robot, and food.

I agree with this statement, except for the robot part lol. Maybe a computer?


You know what's funny? today, many will scoff at your idea. Little do they know that your future is closer to the real future than they could possibly imagine.
Today, we have the technology so that every person on earth could be fed and housed(that's the minimum our tech. is capable of.) Yet some people are so greedy, it isn't a option at this point in time.

I've seen the future, and we don't work to feed and house ourselves. We work so we can get the luxury of a robot, or a trip to ______.

Think of all the technology that has been used for war...if we would've invested that technology into building homes and feeding EVERYONE(not leaving a billion people starving), we really could be there today.
However, we're going to have to enact some sort of 2 children policy.

edit on 7-11-2011 by Ghost375 because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 7 2011 @ 10:04 PM
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Originally posted by Ghost375
reply to post by Confusion42
 





Within 100 years, the planet Earth should be under a system where every person, at a bare minimum, gets a home, a robot, and food.

I agree with this statement, except for the robot part lol. Maybe a computer?


You know what's funny? today, many will scoff at your idea. Little do they know that your future is closer to the real future than they could possibly imagine.
Today, we have the technology so that every person on earth could be fed and housed(that's the minimum our tech. is capable of.) Yet some people are so greedy, it isn't a option at this point in time.

I've seen the future, and we don't work to feed and house ourselves. We work so we can get the luxury of a robot, or a trip to ______.

Think of all the technology that has been used for war...if we would've invested that technology into building homes and feeding EVERYONE(not leaving a billion people starving), we really could be there today.
However, we're going to have to enact some sort of 2 children policy.

edit on 7-11-2011 by Ghost375 because: (no reason given)


In 100 years, a computer will be a robot. We already have the personal assistant Siri.... so in 100 years we should have a holographic robot as a computer and a physical robot for tasks lol...

And Utopia is only for planet Earth; If one wants to go to space, that a different story.

What I mean is, today, if you want a beachfront property you have to be rich.

In 2100, rich will mean laying claim on a planet or moon. Just like poor people get food stamps today, "poor" people in 2100 should have reasonable living condo's, food, a robot, and a reasonable expense allowance. If they want more, they could work 2 hours every other day or so (im sure maybe a few jobs wlll still need to be done by humans)

All politics as we know today will NOT exisit on planet Earth as Earth will be Man Kinds original "home." Politics will switch over to space based issues



posted on Nov, 7 2011 @ 10:04 PM
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I agree. I mean, seriously, every country( Or at least modern developed countries anyways) has the power to somewhat kill the Earth 1000X over. Now imagined if we converted that destructive power into something more beneficial to the human race. I say if we did that awhile ago let's say the 1970's just for example I'm pretty sure by today we would've long past the 7 billion mark wouldn't you agree?



posted on Nov, 7 2011 @ 10:08 PM
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Good video to watch, we can have a space based economy now!
But guess who's holding us back?



posted on Nov, 7 2011 @ 10:21 PM
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Your comments regarding employment were actually spot on. Automation does not completely destroy jobs, but it does take a good chunk away. THe problem we face is there are very few jobs for average people that pay a living wage. This problem will continue to compound as energy prices rise.





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