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A Few Positive Trends From Alstry

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March 31, 2010 – Comments (9)

As we move into the Digital Age....here are a few positive, and only postive trends we will likely see:

1.  The transformation of energy usage from fossil fuel to electricity....primarily nooklear originated...the rest are simply being used to soften the transition process from a political perspective.

2.  The movement of education online....all education.....and education will transform into a perpetual dynamic process and not simply something we do in our childhood.

3.  The breakdown in governmental structures as we know them morphing into a more cooperative existance.

4.  The elimination of currency and metals as a store of value replaced by digital money limited and controlled by an international monetary authority.

5.  A diminshed need for labor as technology replaces many of the activities currently done by humans.

That is a good start for now......but remember, each of these changes displaces a world as you know it.

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#1) On March 31, 2010 at 10:55 AM, JibJabs (90.07) wrote:

"The movement of education online....all education.....and education will transform into a perpetual dynamic process and not simply something we do in our childhood."

If it aint alredy it wont never be. 

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#2) On March 31, 2010 at 11:00 AM, alstry (35.90) wrote:

Based on some of what I have seen....the way we will learn in the future will be nothing like how we have learned in the past....skills necessary to learn today will not be even relevant in the future.

It is pretty amazing what is coming down the pike........and the road is getting shorter and shorter.

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#3) On March 31, 2010 at 11:04 AM, moerequity (< 20) wrote:

Alstry, #5 This would only be a good thing if money comes into existence without debt. Once you have created the debt to the banks or international monetary authority we become serfs to the people creating the money. It does not matter if it is digital or paper.

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#4) On March 31, 2010 at 12:28 PM, cashkid79 (93.67) wrote:

So everyone position yourselves accordingly!!! The world is evolving that's right and with the right toolset, you can lead the change (and profit from it) OR be upset, stubborn, and lose money.

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#5) On March 31, 2010 at 12:44 PM, alstry (35.90) wrote:

Excellent observation Kid......

Now, when you realize that 70% of the world's current labor force will be obsolete in the digital age....you will soon realize that there will be few ways to keep most of humanity productive.....now if you can figure out how we will eliminate or redirect that massive population of people.....you have figured out how to prepare;)

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#6) On March 31, 2010 at 12:45 PM, EnergyCzar79 (33.45) wrote:

Alstry,

Just thought 'd remind you that "nooklear" energy is not currently a renewable resource. If we go nook, we're back in the same place. Just moved sideways, not forward.

And it takes a few years to get just one nooklear plant up and running.

However, I'm still pro-nook, as well as the rest of the energy sector. As the super-efficient fossil fuels run dry, we are going to need everything we can get to keep the lights on.

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#7) On March 31, 2010 at 1:03 PM, alstry (35.90) wrote:

Energy...Toshiba and Bill Gates are joining forces to market a portable nooklear generator with a 100 year life before requiring refueling....my guess is that is a long enough period to figure out how to clean the waste.

You may be surprised how quickly they will be able to get these puppies up and going.....stay tuned.

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#8) On March 31, 2010 at 6:22 PM, UKIAHED (36.97) wrote:

Energy...Toshiba and Bill Gates are joining forces to market a portable nooklear generator with a 100 year life before requiring refueling....my guess is that is a long enough period to figure out how to clean the waste.

You may be surprised how quickly they will be able to get these puppies up and going.....stay tuned.

 

Not so much market as develop.

And not very quickly (tho I guess compared to Fussion…)  The Traveling-Wave Reactor (TWR) is slated to have a test/demonstration plant start construction in 2014 and then – if all goes well – a first try for practical use in 2020.  Assuming that they can get the required permits and locations in a timely fashion.  We can only hope…

 

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#9) On April 01, 2010 at 9:16 PM, cashkid79 (93.67) wrote:

Alstry,

Check out my latest blog and I have figured out step one in the process of handling #5 !!!

Liprie, TP

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