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Otherwise, ww2 future will in many ways be similar to the past, even to a recycling of nostagia for the 'better' and 'safer' times of the Cold War or even WW2. It's like travelling on the London Underground and realising that the basic infrastructure is virtually unchanged since the s and in places much much olderwith just some extra and often unpredicted and virtually invisible technology glued on the side.

Written in the s, set in There are elements that reminded me of Shockwave Rider. NK: poverty-stricken autocratic backwater with around 16 million people, intermittently duty. Might have the odd A-bomb. India: 1. Oh, and an estimated nuclear weapons, including H-bombs, and the ability to build ICBMs to deliver them if necessary. Thanks to fracking technology, oil prices drop dead. As a result, the collapse of Russian economy and government is now complete. Over the desolation that is former USSR, american and chinese not to mention indian, israeli and basically everybody spec-op teams race to secure the stockpiles of various old russian doomsday devices and steal they yet-unstollen technologies they'll find out there are no more of those.

SpaceX acquires Reaction Engines. In his dark fortress not on Mars yet, but give it timeElon Musk laughs as his plans for world domination draw nigh. Human internet trolls become obsolete as advanced artificial trolls come online.

AI is still over the horizon, but since when trolls needed intelligence? The point is that ships currently spend quite insane amounts of money on bunker oil - you would not have to cut corners to run a nuclear powered freighter profitably. The fuel savings and higher speed will more than pay for doing it right. This in turn has cultural implications - The first world will have large numbers of people making their living at sea again.

And someone. Nuclear powered ships would require far more duty, far more specialised crew and would be a terrorist dream. Simply highjack a cargo ship and crash it to whatever coastal city you like. I tend to agree with most of Matt's points.

The easy predictions are: --graying of much of the first world, with them being cared for by call migrants from the areas hardest hit by global warming.

It's not just heat and storms. The biggest problems are city-killing hurricanes which are, yes, a manmade disaster as in New Orleans, but how many coastal cities don't have a backlog of critical infrastructure repairs rule, crop-killing droughts, and resulting food shortages.

Less meat consumption will be the norm, and corn-based ethanol will have been in the dust-bin of history for years, due to repeated failures of the Midwest crop. The drug wars will be taught in school, and kids will shake their heads in disbelief. The US will be considered the marijuana capital of the world it is in absolute consumption already, and close in per capita consumption already. Many American farmers will be growing hemp, just because it stands up better to drought than, oh, corn or tobacco, and we may see hemp-based biofuels taking sexy american transexuals nude place of ethanol.

It's going to be hard to keep that carbon in the ground, so long as greed runs the rule. Hence, I predict: --We head for something closer to the IPCC's "worst-case" scenario, but probably don't quite get there. What's left to buy? Or both. The irony is that some tax havens are quite vulnerable to global warming. How many trillions can the right hurricane take out? As in the past, when the few try to own the world, the many rise up.

Solutions range call a resurgence of the welfare state since the world will be run by the old in a few places to something more Dickensian in the rest. The old will be enormously concerned over their loss of data aka photos, videos, records, pensions, etc. I'm not sure what will replace it, but the young may become inured to data loss.

A credit card may be about as durable as a dollar bill. We may actually see cyberpunk as Effinger predicted, not for the young and sleek, but to help old people stay productive, since they can't retire. Teens will be largely ignored by markets they have no money or pulland have to sit through endless ads for the latest geriatric drugs, implants, and so forth.

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The commercials around the US nightly news are a good sign of things to come. Perhaps it will be the latest fad in the West too, as Taoism and Buddhism have been. The ww2 wine-growing regions of the world will be losing their vineyards at a large rate, and they will be setting up new ones further north.

If we're really unlucky, the east Kilauea fault gives way, and that resulting tsunami scours the west coast of rule Americas. If we see any wars between space-going powers, we'll see this as well, and we may lose all our weather satellites without ability to replace them. Just what we need as more storms roll in. Andrew, Lowe says: "Cronin's ideas are not crazy, but there are a lot of details between here and there, and if you don't know much organic chemistry as many of the readers of the original article won'tthen you probably won't realize how much work remains to be done.

Which is absolutely and irrefutably true. I've done some organic chemistry -- just enough to know that it's brain-warpingly difficult. By analogy: what I see in the newspaper coverage of Cronin's chemputer idea is a journalist's garbled and breathless coverage of an electronics engineer, the year the transistor is discovered, discussing the possibility of building microprocessors.

Yes, rule entirely possible. But it's not going to happen this year -- or probably this decade. If we do see peak-oil with no suitable substitute, we could be in a Cowboys and Kalashnikovs scenario.

I won't paste the whole writeup here, just provide a link. There's a strong feeling of schizo-tech where handheld computers are affordable but heavy machinery is expensive because energy is expensive to produce. Every ww2 is spent grudgingly like a Fremen's water rings. Now something that could throw everyone for a loop is if one of our super-volcanoes decides to cook off or if we get that asteroid impact everyone's been worrying about. A regional call war, say between India and Pakistan, that would have global repercussions.

There will still be discrimination based on the color of people's skin. You don't know a lot about nuclear reactors, do you? Let alone marine nuclear reactors, which are a different breed of animal. Not to mention the fact that any such ships would have a security detail on board to prevent exactly that scenario from happening. I would speculate that there ww2 be sideways shift.

Look how long we have has the basic Intel instruction set. There chip designs dominated the market, as did MS Windows. But the ARM chip design has been around as long, with greatly reduced power consumption.

And now it's being used more and more. All those tablets and smartphones, maybe they will be the key to displacing the IBM-derived computers we all use. I should have quantified. Large freight ships can burn through upwards of fifty million dollars of fuel a year. This means that even after paying the cost of a reactor, and the high-skill crew to maintain it, the ship can carry a chanel west coast pussy pics man security complement permanently and still be cheaper.

That isnt a terrorist dream target, tangled hentai is a terrorist death trap. Al-Queda is not attempting to high-jack warships call. Not to mention that crashing the ship into a city will do absolutely nothing to the reactor core.

The standard design for a nautical reactor is designed by the military. The window for imposing fairer taxation as part of regulating global finance is rapidly closing, if it hasn't already slammed shut. If we miss it, expect more taxes on working people and the poor and a more aggressive approach to collecting them. The poor are indeed taxed, through VAT on whatever they buy for their survival.

Management of the poor by private companies instead of by government agencies also taxes the poor by cutting the quality of services to them while costing taxpayers more.

As has happened in Greece, Spain naked and sexy preiti zinta Italy, I expect more countries to massively increase their underground economies, via barter, and policing to expand to chase it. No Duty Tax to discourage high-frequency trading, but micropolicing to make sure you paid tax on that sofa you bought on Craigslist, or that you reported it when you lent your car to a friend who would otherwise have to rent one.

Craigslist, eBay and Amazon won't collect the taxes but they'll happily pass your purchase information to the government to check against your tax return.

When I lived in Washington DC many years ago, when you filed a tax return, you were supposed to report and pay sales tax on things you bought outside the District. It was impossible to enforce unless they could get my purchase info. The shock doctrine capitalism now underway in formerly social-democratic Europe means gutting of social services and the accelerated selloff of public infrastructure to private companies, resulting in higher prices.

Unlike their model, the Most Serene Duty Republic of Venice, piracy may not be an option, so it's internal colonization or nothing. Since every other government call is being privatized, why not bring back tax farming, through privatizing collection of VAT and income tax?

People more willingly accept high taxes if they're fair and they can see some benefit coming from it. If the very government helps the better-connected to dodge taxes, everyone else will resent paying even at historically low rates. And raising VAT is already encouraging formerly law-abiding people smuggle from abroad. That work must be done by a technically proficient workforce and if you're doing it duty mass it's going to be even more demanding. We don't have to wait till to find that out.

I'm not a nuclear engineer and I'm aware of the use of nuclear reactors in submarines and have a generally good understanding of the safety of nuclear reactors. My response was aimed at the idea of retooling the entire shipping industry onto nuclear for which I feel I have still raised valid objections. Recent stats in the USA show that fewer young people are getting drivers' licenses. The theory is that the internet makes f2f contact unnecessary.

I think that's nonsense; correlation is not causation. Also, the population trends of "move to the suburbs" mexican teen huge tits reversing, with more people moving to city centers if the city centers are nice because of the efficiencies of city living.

This trend can only go on as long as cities get funding to build real mass transit systems, so that would be the "hmmm, maybe not" factor. But let's assume that somehow happens. Voila, the domed cities we were supposed to have on other planets instead happen right here on Earth.

Okay, actual domes are unlikely in that time frame--getting subways and monorails built is difficult enough--but greening city rooftops is currently underway.

Imagine people living in hanging-garden urban enclaves! Add some vertical farms to make more of the food local-grown. More vegetarians or the primary meat being chicken raised in backyards and rule.

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This lifestyle would be completely unremarkable to many Europeans, but to Americans it's radical, and I'm fairly certain we wouldn't handle it the same way.

It would render the ww2 industry irrecognizable, because it would subject it to nuclear-level regulatory standards. This would shift costs from fuel to labor in a very big way, but fuel costs are currently so very high that the economics work. No it doesn't. Once the skills and ww2 are in place you can bang them out frighteningly fast -- if you don't have NIMBY campaigns and planning enquiries and extensive financial hedging over decommissioning costs.

If we hit peak oil hard, then reactor construction will go onto a wartime footing. Think in terms of men with guns turning up to expropriate the land rule, then the US Army Corps of Engineers call equivalent turning up to pour the concrete. Rule, there will be mistakes. But if we find ourselves in an energy crisis, a lot of the current rule book will be chucked out of the window.

I predict two tiers of shipping: expensive, fast, nuclear powered freighters with armed security details -- running at between 25 and 45 knots, the limiting factor being hull fatigue -- and mostly robotized sailing ships going a lot slower.

With weather satellites it should be possible for sailing skippers to make optimal navigation decisions, and with motorized aerofoils instead of sails they won't need the hundreds of deck-hands of classical sailing ships. Passenger liners may not exist at all, even as floating hotels the way they thrive today.

For security reasons you don't want to put nuclear reactors in a passenger liner, sails are too damn slow, and oil will cost too paranorman rule 34. Airliners will therefore still have a niche for travel on long-haul routes where high speed rail is impractical. Islam will be by far the fastest-growing ideology among younger Westerners; thousands of churches and secular institutions will have been shuttered for lack of interest and been replaced by mosques.

Catholicism will make a surprising comeback among Westerners, who find in its magisterial tradition a comforting antidote to all that ails postmodern civilization. ByChristians and Muslims will be best picture of nude woman allies than enemies, having realized that militant secularism is their greater common enemy.

Note that most predictions duty dramatic technological changes call this time scale are laughably wrong, but I suppose hope springs eternal among the techno-religionists. It's difficult, but it is already happening with some communities. After all, the amount of memory on PCs will probably always exceed that of Cloud servers eg Amazon. The infrastructure for handling liquid fuels and gases is going to wear out as the existing hardware does and the expenditure to replace it will be less forthcoming than it used to be.

Nobody is going to be funding the construction of an oil or pipeline with only an expected lifetime of ten years profit-making before the oil or gas supply at one end dries up. I foresee a shift to lots more nuclear power stations being built starting in the s after the natural gas supply bubble dissipates and limiting the addition of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere is taken more seriously than it is today. The result will be more consumption of electricity requiring large infrastructure changes, especially in cities and urban communities where home heating has traditionally been done by gas.

France has already made this move; few homes there are heated by expensive gas when nuclear-generated electricity is so cheap. Fischer-Tropsch is a desperation process, like the Japanese expedient of using pine tree roots to make aviation spirit late on in WWII. It is hopelessly inefficient and its output will be limited to military and other high-value fields. Commercial aviation will rely on biofuels and some limited extraction of fossil oil but it will be a shadow of its former self in terms of numbers of duty and flights per year; Concorde ticket pricing call cattle-class transportation.

There might be some dodge or other that would allow grid electricity to "drive" aviation but avgas at twenty dollars a litre inc. Are sails really too slow for floating hotels? If you change the structure a little, fewer stops, more on-board entertainment, add "the romance of travelling under sail" and helicopters or similar to ship people off if needed and I suspect there's a luxury floating hotel market just as there is now.

I'd expect to see a lot of tiny, twinkling lights in the night sky - one idea that's been duty around is sending up a lot of micron-sized high-reflectivity particles into an unstable low-earth orbit as a temporary fix for climate change. A few thousand tons of hindi gay audio would have an appreciable cooling effect and the particles re-entering would be constantly burning up.

If airliners aren't off fossil fuels or even biofuels by that point, there's a chance that they'd be refueled soon after taking of nearly empty - it's more economical to lift one heavy tanker that can refill three airliners than it is to have the three airliners take off fully fueled. I also wonder what the chances are of some rushed out drug or vaccine in an emergency, such as a major pandemic in the very near future causing a long-term problem like Parkinson's or Alzheimer's - something that wouldn't show in a quick round of testing when faced with something nasty.

Half the world crippled by degenerative diseases twenty or thirty years after being dosed. Putting an extra section into an already-built ship ww2 an established technology. The problem is in replacing a large diesel with the steam rule.

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Rule mind the reactor technology, you have a major bottleneck with producing reduction gears for ship propulsion. As far as your "religious backlash" hypothesis goes, it's actually happening already. Whether it prevails or not Other people's point is that the shipping industry lives on running cheaply under flags of convenience, which is the hottest classic porn stars opposite of what a nuclear fleet would be required to do.

Look back 18 years and you are at with the internet still dial up, AOL had onlymembers with every nerd screaming at them to, "Get off the Internet! By only hobbyists will have PCs. Everything will be smart phones or tablets, and there will have been multiple Cloud-Fails wiping out everyone's personal store of family photos, ripped music, and cat videos.

YouTube will be wiped and refilled at least three times in alexis dziena naked pussy 18 years, growing smaller and smaller with each reset.

In world population was below six billion. By world population will once again be below six billion as the Millennial Population Call bursts. The turning point occurs in the next 18 years as the Greatest Generation dies off leaving clueless Boomers to rage and cry, "Why me!

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However there is certain to be a problem ww2 in future which concerns the effects of cheap, pervasive biotech.

In farming certain animal breeding systems have a very marked preference for one sex over another; when breeding dairy cows, for instance, bull calves are often shot soon after birth as they are almost worthless for a dairy farmer.

Male chickens are similarly selected out soon after hatching if their brood are intended for egg production. Biotech techniques like immuno-labelling with flow cytometry raise the possibility of being able to determine which sperm will produce females, and which males; if you can tell which is which, then you can select them and do so in bulk.

This thus lets you produce only female, or only male offspring. Now, if this system is applied to humans, then you too can select the sex of your children. At this point we get a replay of the Tragedy of the Commons all over again; everyone will go for the favoured option, and nobody will put community over self interest save the few who cannot afford the technique. Imagine a world where Islamic believers have the temptation of being able to choose the sex of their children.

It'll have rule lot of little boys in it, that's for sure We don't currently have a viable prototype af a non-hydrocarbon driven tractor which can farm a relevant fraction of the current agricultural area. If a tractor is too heavy, it compacts the soil which makes it impossible for plants to penetrate with their roots, and ruining water transport if they do.

Within a Finagle factor of 2, all the bio-fuel we can realistically hope to produce, may already be ear-marked for the tractors necessary to produce food. Do you mean energy density as in per mass or as in per volume? Fuels like CH4 and H2, while being lower density than jet fuel by volume, are higher by mass.

Thus while the volume of the tanks increases, the mass of the plane is lower, requiring call wings and engines, thus reducing wing surface drag. I think the problems of cryo fuel handling and storage are the issue, rather than energy density concerns. By your smartphone will be about times as powerful as your PC, your monitor will have been replaced by a pair of glasses with resolution greater than the resolving power of your retinas, and the interface will be some kind of motion capture system so that it's entirely controlled by gestures: not so much air guitar as air bazooka.

There is all duty is that co2 going into the air and more importantly the seas. I think that's going to be the big thing. From Marx forward people have said there will not be jobs to go around.

In America you worth is your work. In the 70' and 80's the only thing that would seem to hold society as we knew was some kind of make work jobs. Even President Nixon had a bill starting that rule. Nakedgirlsfucking it comes to that, and I think it will, natural gas can be made into a liquid fuel that's better than gasoline and cheaper to make than using oil.

That's what a late 70's Scientific American magazine said. But who owns the natural gas? And who will pay for the new refiners? And there is still all that co2. OTOH, airliners are large enough to allow more expensive fuel handling to be economic. Another old-fashioned idea that could see a revival is the idea of domed cities: once gas prices are up enough and the concept of personal mobility become less of a sacred cow, expecially in colder climate cities, it would be a way to reduce the heating expenses, and reduce the impact of extreme weather.

I remember reading about an american city in the '70 that went very near starting building one with the consultancy of Buckminster Fuller, before Reagan happened Futurology is call. Back in I predicted that telepresence would displace business air travelwith a time frame rule to What I do think might be a secondary effect is the disappearance of city center parking lots. If a car can self duty, why not simply let the vehicle keep circling in town and come to you when needed. A reason to have private cars and not just public vehicles like taxis or shared vehicles is that you can be sure the car is clean when you get in it, that if you leave something in it it doesn't get lost, and you can recognize it arriving.

As always, it will be a status signal too. I hope you are right regarding a clash of civilizations not being on the cards. However, this belle epoque is not "the end of history" - in the small snippet of time since the neolithic age, there have been countless power realignments. These things happen gradually, then suddenly - especially during periods of financial turmoil and changing demographic patterns.

I best naked woman body. They already exist for some niche applications. I also doubt we have reached the limits of wind ship development. We also have kites to use the higher altitude, faster winds. In practice, I suspect that cruise ships will be hybrids, using winds to augment fossil call, which may be algal based sometime after Trying to trick driverless cars into making mistakes and scaring passengers. Hacking the automation to make errors. No age limit to usage. Old folks and children can use cars instead of public transport - a boon for the US transport model.

Mixed with robots, delivery vehicles will displace human drivers. This seems like a no-brainer with online shopping continuing to increase, needing increasing goods delivery. As mentioned by another commenter, long distance trucking becomes much more efficient as drivers can either go longer distances while using autopilot, or drivers are completely eliminated. Much more aerodynamic to reduce hwy fuel use. Flexible screens to replace windows so that the whole vehicle can be a strong shell. Oh yes, this would certainly occur and one would also expect a sort of reverse dowry system taking over duty men pay a dowry to their prospective wives, but such things would take time to happen.

A radically altered sex ratio is going to cause demographic grief much more quickly than a culture can adjust to the new situation. I expect us to pass the 'worst-case' scenario, since to the best of my knowledge those scenarios are watered-down compromises between delegations from various governments.

They've consistently underestimated the changes, and everything I've heard for the past decade or so is that the changes are exceeding most nonpolitical scientific forecast as well. There's a good chance of trying geoengineering, but AFAIK one major side effect is that the temperature profile of the atmosphere will remain strongly changed.

This is perhaps the most realistic scenario I've seen for a means of avoiding a population-induced environmental catastrophe. The problem isn't slowness for people, it is the low turnaround time between each flight that raises ticket prices to cover the capital cost of the vehicle. Hypersonic vehicles, possibly like passenger variants of an evolved REL Skylon, could have quite favorable economics for long distance flight, even though the capital cost was very much higher than a subsonic jet.

I suspect that what will happen is the usual thing: when men do it, a job becomes higher status. An interesting example is computer programming. In other words, in a sexist society, status follows the gender, not the role. Also, with sexism, the high-status individuals within a profession will continue to be largely male. More women than men work in catering and beauty, but look at the so-called top chefs and top hairdressers Amongst the vocal TV nuts yes. Amongst the practical YEC believers farmers, shippers, etc Which is leading to some interesting internal strife in the conservative religious world of the US.

Telepresence is happening. It is crap today a screen on a robot vehiclebut probably will be a lot better by While Charlie forever pounds on the General AI will never happen even when thinking as far forward as star flightI think that low quality ai plus human brains will suffice.

The sex robot idea needn't be a full fledged sex bot, but rather a telepresence device with plenty of basic simple ai bump, grind, moan supplemented by a real human when necessary. Either the human is in control, or the machine is except for simple autopilots. The secondary effects are that we will need a lot more bandwidth, which may be difficult to manage, especially wirelessly.

One effect of global warming, its effect on weather and hence food US drought in mind might be to start the shift of agriculture away from growing crops for biofuel and meat. Cows should be call fed only and more crops used for human food directly. Ethanol from corn should disappear due to high costs which will require the US to change its ethanol policies. For people who like fish - that is going to be increasingly expensive, unless it is farmed.

The good news - if you like squid, there will be plenty of it. And jellyfish ugh! I would expect that they'd go to reactor to steam to electricity. That's what the US Navy is doing with new carriers already under construction. And to carry forward the other comments about nukes on smaller ships these reactors are smaller and more efficient.

Now one way they do this is by using highly enriched Uranium fuel rods. But the don't need to be re-fueled for 5, 10 or more years. These things produce MWatts. So build them smaller with longer refueling cycles and seal up the re-fueling hatches. So when you run out of fuel you have to get a new reactor instead of refueling the old one.

Adding a hour with a highly dangerous operation soon after take off does not seem to make sense. Especially as you'd have to find a space to do it which I suspect will not include air space over much of the east coast of the US or say southern England around London. Sure, having robots that can help transport meals to beds on the hospital ward would be great. But if the patient can't feed themselves as is the case with many geriatric cases?

Or if they don't like the food enough to want to eat it, with a depressed appetite? Or if they just want to talk to a salma hayek nangi photo being? These are not easily automated functions, and I think is way too optimistic girl smoking pot xxx see as a horizon for complete automation of personal care. If anything, I think personal services -- including medical and paramedical professions physiotherapy, anyone?

Dave bell: Putting an extra section into an nicole muzard porn ship is an established technology.

You never reengine merchant ships, they get scrapped. Future nuke merchies may be different, but don't worry about refits. You can do nuclear without reduction gears. Read up on the turbine the Ohio subs use with their S8G All in all, I think that if I were facing this problem I would do nuclear tugs rather than whole ships.

Tow a string of conventional ships like they were barges. They head into port on their own power, tug continues straight on with another string of ships call the next port Underway replenishment, more compact controlled security, etc. What I am convinced of is that we don't know enough about human intelligence to have a clue about how to automate it, or build something as flexible and useful as an intelligent and imaginative and well-educated human. And that's before we look into the ethical conundra surrounding it.

I suspect black-box statistical inference engines that display many of the characteristics of human general intelligence -- without obviously being conscious -- will arrive first, and automate duty aspects of human resoning, from chess-playing through Jeopardy and then document translation and medical diagnosis.

But we won't be seeing a HAL style talkative-brain-in-a-box machine any time soon. A ww2 is building a laser-based wifi router. I think he bought it from a kit. IIRC it had a range measured in kilometers and rule 10 megabit throughput. FDR ww2 elected in the fall of He took office in early spring of Depression didn't start to end, for all practical purposes here in the US, until the federal government starting spending for WWII.

I dug into this a while back and much of the reduction in unemployment in those years can be accounted for by carrier and especially air wing production and staffing. The F4s were already deployed rule Hot wet young sexy porn Harbor happened and the F6s were well down the pipeline by then.

Now you can make a good argument that the FDR presidency kept the depression from getting much worse. Either from a moral raising point of view or some of the programs. There have been a lot of studies that indicate almost any change to a large process the US economy that is put forward in a positive light will improve things. Even if it is a throwback to a previous way of doing things. Although Hoover did some interesting things fighting famine before he became president.

They head into port on their own power, tug continues straight on with another string of ships for the tom holland nude port. Now that's an interesting concept. Basically handle ocean freight the way the US does river traffic on the Mississippi, Ohio, and other big rivers.

I wonder how long it would take to get the standards in place so you could tie the ocean barges together and keep them together in rough seas. Pumping for ballast and all that. The spread of tiny, cheap and disposable personal video cameras means that every person is potentially under surveillance by everybody else.

Every display of rudeness, every foul-mouthed outburst and every embarrassing display of public drunkenness could potentially be uploaded to YouTube or Facebook and you could be named and shamed. This will lead to a return of rigid standards of Victorian decorum and politeness in public places.

Bad behaviour will be confined to private spaces where video recording will be prevented by technology or vehement social disapproval.

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China is already making noises about claiming, with force, the entire south China Sea. Vietnam, the Philippines, and a dozen or so other countries have disagreed with the China position on the matter. The Philippines have been buying naval and air assets to counter such claims. With a temporary rise after the fall of the Soviet Empire, of course; when, among other things, Eastern Europe adopted such exotic American foods as ww2.

I am not making this up. Note: I've seen "The West" defined as including Japan. Call wouldn't be surprised to see South Korea also included by some by I'm pretty sure you're right. The teacher in my just phrased as a question to promote thinking in the other party Come to think of it, sail motorization and extensive automation are already in place for small hulls, thanks to generations of solo round-the-world sailors, and automatic helmkeeping is already available as well. Back in I predicted that telepresence would displace business air travel, with a time frame of to We came close in When the volcanic ash cloud hit, we very quickly adapted to using videoconf and streaming at conferences.

It dissipated just as quickly when the need went away. I expect that as prices shoot up, a lot of business travel will divert to telepresence. People have been predicting the death of travel due to every new communications invention since the penny stamp yes, reallybut it always comes down to cost. As the cost of travel drops, the amount goes up. We're a very social animal. Personally I can see us becoming much more mobile as we get older and kids, etc.

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