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Future limited

Posted on: September 24, 2021

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None of the technology represented above as futuristic was new. They should not be to anyone who reads, listens, or watches consistently.

Much of the technology was also embryonic or nascent. They are just as likely to spark hope as they are disappear into the night.

The video offered another timely reminder — these wonders are already available to the ones on the right side of the divide.

Do I sound pessimistic? I am trying to be optimistically realistic. I do not wish to build castles in the air. If I invest in hope and energy, I look for more grounding than Hollywood fantasy.

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