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Old 10-30-2009, 05:44 AM
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Default Re: Real Atlantis Story Suppressed?

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We are arguing about something imaginary.
No we're not.

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There is no reason to believe they did or did not have an economy.
Name one culture beyond the stage of hunter-gatherer or farming society that didn't have an economy.

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>>Wrong. Non-technical jobs are simply replaced by technical jobs. For example, my job

Wrong? Wrong about an IMAGINARY place and society. How can I be wrong about it? I'm extrapolating the idea of a perfect society.
We're not talking about an imaginary perfect society but about reality.

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Anyone knows a technical job can be just as obsolete as a non technical. Computers and robots will one day all the jobs. Even fixing each other.
Knowing the current stage of human technology and man's nature to screw up, I find that very hard to believe.

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You seem to think a perfect society ends with what you've experienced.
Again, we aren't referring to a perfect society.

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You haven't experienced advanced technology.
I work in IT. I experience advanced technology on a daily basis

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WHY are you assuming there WERE oligarchs in Atlantis? This seems to be guess work beyond the pale.
You said "You can already see in our society that efficiency will one day make all jobs obsolete. Once free energy comes into play there is no consumerism." This is a reference to our future, so I used the present as a start.
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