posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 11:06 AM
reply to post by Trolloks
you are correct in some of what you say. Your not thinking outside of the box though. IMO with the implication of using Graphine alot of jobs are
lost. but more are created.
"people to manufacture the printers." initially yes. but once we have one we can make our own for everyone.
"develop further, more advanced printers." yes but when one can make everything you just need bigger ones which could be adjusted in scale of the
program to create more, and bigger with one unit.
"research medical and other areas, history and so on." You are correct. we will always need this. people would do this for knowledge not money as
money buys what a printer can make for free.
"doctors and nurses needed." yes but what do you pay them with when you can make money from a machine?
"firefighters needed." only until we build homes made from graphine which is un-burnable and indestructible.....so alot of cats will become saved i
"some form of tech support needed." people already share this info for free. Google comes to mind.
"people working to generate electricity/form of power for these printers, computer, fridges and other things we need in every day life." yes, but
what happens when we print off our own solar power cells and batteries for free. I would do this first. unlimited power from the sun all made with a
printer. same goes for fridges, computers, and everything else.
We will all have to change what we do, and for what reasons. Even garbage men would not be needed as all waists will be put back into the machine.
My house would be self made piece at a time. People would probably end up working for them selves more than anything.