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  • K^2

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Posted 20 December 2012 - 08:24 AM

QUOTE (Typhus @ Saturday, Nov 3 2012, 21:00)
A big worry for the future is that an increase in 'human augmentation' will remove the notion of human endeavour.

Gibson addresses a lot of these issues. I think we'll find ways around it. I'm sure most people will be content with what technology provides them, and they will be a dead weight on society. But is it any different from today? History has always been made by the driven few, and I'm sure such individuals will want to find real experiences, not happy with anything second hand. These are people who will keep pushing the boundaries.

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Posted 04 July 2014 - 07:05 AM

  • Invest in restoration and stewardship.
  • Build the economic case for nature.
  • Encourage nature-compatible business development.
  • Maximize public and private resources and use them wisely to achieve the vision for future growth and restoration.


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