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March 11, 2011 – Comments (3)

WHAT WERE ONCE LIMITATIONS WILL SOON BE OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERYONE

THE DECLINE OF THE INDUSTRIAL AGE.........THE RISE OF THE DIGITAL AGE
The Post Office employs about 600,000 people and operates over 36,000 post offices with over 200,000 vehicles consuming 444 millon gallons of fuel yearly.
eMail can now digitally deliver more mail at a faster rate with no vehicles and essentially no consumption of fuel.

Over six million teachers working in over 35,000 schools teach American students annually and consuming billions of gallons of fuel driving to and from school. 
Virtual education would save billions of gallons of fuel and the requirement to maintain massive buildings with studies showing highly effective results. 

Hundreds of millions of square feet of commerical space and tens of billions of gallons of fuel can be replaced and saved by virtual offices and online shopping.
Thousands of hospitals and clinics can be replaced by virtual delivery of healthcare.
Tens of thousands of bank branches and millions of square feet of retail space can be replaced by online banking.
Plastic DVDs/CDs required to manufactured and transported to retail stores now are being replaced by the digital delivery of music, movies, and video games.
Fuel, ink, and paper consuming printed newspapers and books are being replaced by eReaders and online news delivery.
BY ADOPTING CONVULSIVELY EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGY, HUMANITY CAN GLOBALLY PROGRESS AT SPEEDS NEVER DREAMED POSSIBLE

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3 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On March 12, 2011 at 1:54 AM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

Sempai . . .

     "There is nothing 'UNMANNED' about unmanned."

     Juan and Juanita will still be picking strawberries in California's central valley with Johnny and Joan selling them to a wholesaler, or at a brick-and-mortar retailer, or online.

      As a teacher, I was asked five years ago to write curriculum for an online tutoring company, then to monitor/grade students. I would have still been employed with but a different media (there is nothing "UNMANNED" about unmanned).

     So in August, when I (finally) move to China, I will still be face-to-face and personally touching students with my hands and texts. I will shop at Walmart (in China) and buy Christmas oraments at France's brick-and-mortar Carrefor with nearly 100 employees at each location.

     Comrade Alstrymous, I'm in full agreement about the fiscal folly of the U.S. Government. But when it takes 3-4 $100K per year programmers to make Woody's hat move, there ain't nothing UNMANNED about unmanned.

     Online, virtual life is simply stomach acid and not world-wide puking convulsive. Think "paradigm" dot.com failures and false starts Sempai. There is nothing UNMANNED about unmanned.

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#2) On March 12, 2011 at 8:34 AM, alstry (36.32) wrote:

Ohsi...

We are simply moving along a spectrum....for many decades the car did not replace the horse but simply complimented it...the same with computer and man, and now, it is finally replacing many of the CURRENT functions of man....

in time, I am confident, that those functions that get replaced will find alternative uses of time.

My brother is a phsyician....I told him in my area you can go online and a nurse practitioner can diagnose and prescribe medicine, it is not too much longer before you will not need the doctor or nurse practitioner

My buddy is a captain for a major airline, at this point, his role in the cockpit is almost becoming unnecessary as computers take over more and more of the planes functioning.

eMail, DVDs/CDs and books are easy for you to comprehend as they are already happening and replacing millions of jobs and savings hundreds of millions of gallons of fuel and store requirements

Go to www.udderworld.com and view the list I compiled, you will see the technology to advance the world is already here.

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#3) On March 15, 2011 at 8:13 AM, TraderMikeSays (77.78) wrote:

LMFAO!

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