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No drugs or alcohol by William Daggledock - Sat, 26 Nov 2016 01:06:25 EST ID:3MxqRJJt No.37002 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Food only :)
Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Fri, 02 Dec 2016 21:25:26 EST ID:FMvGbb3w No.37016 Report Quick Reply

Beautiful idea by Rebecca Gogglehall - Thu, 10 Nov 2016 23:12:09 EST ID:Tdswhk7t No.36969 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Give the office buildings to homeless people, so they will have a home, everybody else stay home and work!


Charles Sembleman - Sun, 13 Nov 2016 07:50:53 EST ID:13ajt4aF No.36971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
goddamnit amy stop spamming your shitty blog here. we're not your target demographic anyway

disrespectful nb
Walter Lightcocke - Thu, 24 Nov 2016 02:17:17 EST ID:hn+zCwtg No.36998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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That's a fucking retarded idea. Why pay for an office if you don't use it? go to hell amy.
Doris Sannerstone - Wed, 30 Nov 2016 16:28:04 EST ID:DetYhXFJ No.37014 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Judge Dredd style ghettos I like it

global solutions? by Thomas Ferryman - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 01:21:01 EST ID:XGOTt12k No.36885 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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we are all free thinkers and futurism is a general term in that the future is ahead of us... we may not all agree on where it should go but we all might have a solution to the problems already existing..

i just curious on yours...

the war in the middle east.. take the biggest problem areas - build a secure temorary encampment out of the area

allow the people in - search them as they come in and as they go out (no messages) keep an eye on them... this is for their own saftey.. the peaceful ones who just born in the wrong place in the wrong era

all the ones that want out out? good - surround cities / areas - one final clear message - if you remain here you will die, if you flee without surrender - you will most likely die

blow the cities up - rebuild safe secure zones.. these people are nuts to us and to other countries around the world... we maintain control.. we're already sitting over there anyways might as well put used to the damn shit

and if it was about oil now we have territory there this is our territory we own this thus we can have anything on the ground too...
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Wesley Hubblefoot - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 00:37:59 EST ID:pKpgIzqw No.36950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The people wouldn't get anything done even if they had blockchain-enabled voting verification. What would they do if someone threatened them with violence, vote against it?
Doris Webbernerk - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 18:42:52 EST ID:5hz2OT1J No.36952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You argument seems to be that we shouldn't do anything. What do violent threats have to do with voting anyway?
Emma Fommerman - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 08:17:04 EST ID:pKpgIzqw No.36953 Ignore Report Quick Reply
"The people" can't rule anything. There will always be a small group that uses violence or the threat of it to enforce their will. Distributed voting verification does nothing to deal with this. It wont change anything.
Phyllis Brillerbury - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 17:14:25 EST ID:5hz2OT1J No.36954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well again, the subject of this thread is 'global solutions' not 'complain there are no solutions' present a solution to a problem or you're off topic.
Ebenezer Fanford - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 17:55:07 EST ID:13ajt4aF No.36955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No dude. All forms of violence have been decreasing by every measure since the 1970s. The media is a fearmongering liar sometimes. There will always be some small group that controls most of society, and in the system we're trying to implement they would be the people at the top of the liquid democracy chains. You probably don't even know what that is do you? Look it up bro

I the dark future by The Boat - Mon, 31 Oct 2016 20:21:16 EST ID:/ukPRmUs No.36939 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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There is only the fact that my Boat is gonna float. Basically I'm Daran Afrouwskis Noah up in this bitch and imma beat the shit out of the storm until it respects me and then I can stab it in the eye with a melon baller.

Biotechnology by Phineas Pittford - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 17:52:12 EST ID:IU2/3OiV No.36808 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Could we one day develop chemicals or gene therapies to change our bodies drastically and rapidly as a caterpillar does?
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Oliver Trotbanks - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 04:54:51 EST ID:lo1NxxZ7 No.36914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I really hope so.
Imagine going to your local geneticist and sitting down with him, you go over all the improvements you want ,all the maladies that need to be cured, and all the minor cosmetic details. After the consultation he ushers you to the back, you see rows of monitors next to these circular impressions on the floor he goes to a monitor enters the code and then you see it rising from the floor a cocoon of metal and glass a Genesis Chamber. The next two weeks are blank caused by a medically induced coma your body changing, adapting, and evolving into the perfect form you have chosen
Doris Bammertin - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 18:39:43 EST ID:F/pTjJxT No.36915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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But then you wake in agony, finding that the procedure went totally wrong. During your time in the coma the self-replicating web 4.0 social meme known as DankDabzz4Furries happened to come across an algorithm for making itself "smarter". You wouldn't understand the math even if it was explained to you, but this has lead to a radical restructuring of society as millions are given injections of nanomachines designed by the naiscent hivemind. You have been selected as part of 972 ongoing medical experiments started since yesterday. Since you were left behind you are one of the few people left who are not now dead or smarter than all the old-world geniuses combined.

The earth will be processed into computronium by the end of the week.
Phoebe Heggleham - Thu, 27 Oct 2016 14:54:05 EST ID:9LgaD17F No.36930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
stimulation o certain specific body parts in alignment with quadrants in front of a set field within certain proximity to a function visible and inputed by the eye movement , would be cool to see , its probably in a functional state somewhere expensive and inaccessible though, for show patterns or as least in artistic representation of motion and its use would be pretty cool, like eye augmented
Ian Clishsen - Thu, 27 Oct 2016 18:33:53 EST ID:xPrg6dkm No.36931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Can you rephrase that using proper grammar and punctuation so we can more easily understand what the fuck you are on about?
Nigel Brunderkore - Thu, 27 Oct 2016 19:50:41 EST ID:5hz2OT1J No.36932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is obviously some google translate bs which don't fly here, here's my attempt at translation:
It would be cool if there was a system where you could control movement of the body using your eye movements, it would be great for art, it probably exists but is too expensive.

Daily Life Hack with Carole Anne by Hedda Nacklefit - Wed, 09 Sep 2015 16:17:07 EST ID:WpXApFjG No.36343 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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If you haven't seen it already watch it.
Sidney Bingerhall - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 19:55:49 EST ID:xIyr8pha No.36862 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yes, I wish they would finish this series.
Esther Buggleville - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 10:23:02 EST ID:kgbz/Mf0 No.36906 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I love this. It reminds me of that British comedy show that had a series of dark skits about a TV station after a nuclear war, and everyone was paranoid about "The Others" getting in and eating their brains. Does anyone remember what I'm talking about?
Cyril Hibbleforth - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 16:27:19 EST ID:srwwmi7+ No.36907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, that was on Mitchell and Webb I think.
Cyril Hibbleforth - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 16:28:05 EST ID:srwwmi7+ No.36908 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Eugene Brassleridge - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 01:07:06 EST ID:CDZHOcn6 No.36909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes! That's the one! Lol, like Fallout: UK.

/int/craft - imageboard community minecraft server by Molly Tootdale - Sat, 08 Oct 2016 09:12:19 EST ID:WcVo24u+ No.36883 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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IP Address: intcraft.online
Server Version: 1.8.8 (any client from 1.8, 1.9 or 1.10 can join the server.)
Chien's World Map cropped to Eurasia
Towny, Brewery, meme recipes, word filter and more..
RP and General Rules
Contrary to previous iterations we will now state the actual rules for the server in a clear way, pre-launch. In theory, as always, there is only one rule: Don’t be a shitter. If you follow this set of rules, you are thereby not a shitter and you are in theory allowed to do what you want on Intcraft, and it will be up to the server population and community to put an end to their own disputes.
Towny War Flag will only be enabled from Friday-Sunday, from Monday-Thursday it will be disabled. PvP will always be enabled.
First 24 hours after launch will have War Flag disabled
Building a town/nation must be historically accurate for that location given the current time (300bc-300ad)
Buildings do not have to be 100% accurate, variations are allowed. But no memes.
Towns do not have to be exactly in the same geographical location as they were, but it should be in the same general area.
If you only want to pvp, find a pvp server
If you only want to buildfag, join a nation or get gud.
Nations can spread through conquest or diplomacy, but no Atlantic Federation tier memes.
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Phyllis Clongerman - Sat, 08 Oct 2016 21:44:01 EST ID:uN8SPDJh No.36884 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>tfw Gothia breaks the Roman monopoly
Hugh Pickman - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 23:14:24 EST ID:hn+zCwtg No.36887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
aww yeah man. I'll come say hi tomorrow.

Elon Musk plans to get humans to Mars in 6 years by Beatrice Pittlock - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 13:55:51 EST ID:zHk/HOwm No.36848 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you guys think about this?
Think he's being too optimistic with his timeline?
Think he will even be able to get the funding?
Betsy Boshfield - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 19:46:01 EST ID:5hz2OT1J No.36851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>What do you guys think about this?
It's our only hope for the future and he's one of the only MFs working on it, more power to him.
>>Think he's being too optimistic with his timeline?
Yes, I think 2030 is probably the earliest we would see a practical launch from this project. On the other hand, the 100 year colonization timeline assumes we don't develop any better space vehicles during that time period, so that will probably be shorter.
>>Think he will even be able to get the funding?
Yes, $15 billion for a guy with his connections over the course of 10 years is nothing. But, I seriously doubt it will only cost that much. It seems like all his calculations are about the transportation system. The cost of the actual colony will likely be 10-100x as much.
Lydia Sammlefone - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 20:44:38 EST ID:hn+zCwtg No.36854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>What do you guys think about this?
Good but I still think there are many things left to do in LEO before truly setting out to sea. We are missing key production in orbit and around the Moon. Right now the only way to get there is capsules and rockets. Expensive and uses a lot of material. Some infrastructure to build ships in orbit would make this colony feat more attainable by lowering hte materials and cost needed. By forgoing the launch and parking orbit stage the fuel saved could probably send a second ship at the same time.

>>Think he's being too optimistic with his timeline?
The only way to get these space things done is to just do it. If you can get to the moon with the computing power of a 15 year old nokia cell phone you can probably play around safely in system.

>>Think he will even be able to get the funding?
When it comes to space funding is the least important part. NASA has achieved a lot with only .05% of all nation wide taxes going to space things of all types, not just launches. I think a dude with a largely succesful empire has the best chance of doing these things. The man has the drive, the will.
Hugh Fuckingstock - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 21:34:33 EST ID:Gbh3sM9J No.36860 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think Elon Musk is wanting to be Robert Edwin House irl.
Wesley Grimfoot - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 04:29:58 EST ID:zHk/HOwm No.36865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Seems like his calculations are about the transportation system
Yeah from what I've gathered that's basically all that he's planning here, is that he will have the transportation method ready to go in 10 years. Now all the rest of starting a colony on Mars is a whole other story.
I feel like Elon Musk will be the pioneer that gets stuff like this started. I just hope that whoever picks it up after he's gone will put in as much work as he has, and probbaly will put into this project (colonizing Mars).
I feel like he's at the precipice, but the implementation, which Elon Musk may not even be around for, is where the real effects on humanity and our future will be decided.
Wesley Blebbledore - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 12:47:11 EST ID:NLG7wwq0 No.36868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I think it's great that there is someone taking the public initiative to get this idea out there. Mars would make a great pet colony planet as a test ground for future colonisation efforts beyond our solar system. I also think the technology that's going to come out of the research for the initial project is going to benefit us in a number of ways, such as the transport systems, structural materials, energy generation and efficiency, etc.

I think he's being a bit optimistic with that timeline though. This is going to need support and preparation on international levels and that won't be happening soon with all the generic human crap going on in the world. I reckon late 2030's, early 2040's to be more realistic. As far as the funding is concerned, private investors and megacorporations looking for branding and exposure would hop on this without much convincing needed considering the long term benefits.

Food by Hamilton Pickfoot - Thu, 28 Jul 2016 16:26:05 EST ID:OOJ9nBZU No.36744 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you think the human diet will be like in 200 years?

Will it be more uniform across the globe?
Tailored to each person's genetics?
Will we still eat meat? Grubs? Vat meat?
Will it come as a soylent shake?
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Jenny Crillyridge - Wed, 24 Aug 2016 02:39:21 EST ID:5hz2OT1J No.36782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In 200 years? The dirty bio-human peasants will fill their stinking meat sacks with anything they can imagine instantaneously synthesized from ambient matter by femto-molecular fabrication beams, while the god-tier glorious cyborg-and-AI master race synthesize all their components with in-situ fabricators powered by lossless solar collection.
Either that or there ain't gonna be no fuckers left to eat shit. It's one or the other folks.
Matilda Sipperhall - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 04:16:31 EST ID:i/sqLYrQ No.36785 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Muh Soylent
Simon Famblestock - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 01:59:07 EST ID:aT3wCFvW No.36858 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Animal Agriculture would be gone or near-gone in 100 years, let alone 200 (it's not sustainable at all kiddos), but we will probably have lab-grown meat by then.
Sidney Mangerlotch - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 19:37:09 EST ID:XGOTt12k No.36859 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you guys have some dark predictions for the future...

i mean i've goofed around with the idea of a world super power "accidently" destroying all life on earth..
but really - eventually we'll get some intelligent politicians who make some good moves short and long term
Lillian Tootforth - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 23:43:15 EST ID:glhM6xUu No.36861 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Will we still eat meat? Grubs? Vat meat?

There will be different grade of meat.
  • vintage beef - cow fed and raised in old style livestock
  • trans beef - fish genetically modified to grow cow meat on fish, much cheaper to raise gene-hacked fish that fit in volumetric 3d tank than in 2d field or multi-floor factory-farm
  • cultured beef - cow cells grown in a vat, may be part of robot-cow to exercise the meat tissue to give it texture

When are we getting a new wildcard board? by Faggot !aUTiSM/DOA - Wed, 29 Jun 2016 12:00:01 EST ID:1O93hqs1 No.36713 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Seriously, at this point futurism might as well just have a dedicated board.
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massive retard - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 14:33:58 EST ID:cWrY/6ao No.36842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
can someone explain what wildcard is?
Sophie Cangerwater - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 18:32:58 EST ID:usqeB/xw No.36843 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's wild baby
jk it used to a be a revolving-topic board but it hasn't changed from futurism in years
Sophie Beckleherk - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 22:01:57 EST ID:cWrY/6ao No.36844 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sad that it hasn't changed for years but thinking of topics is hard
Betsy Boshfield - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 19:47:49 EST ID:5hz2OT1J No.36852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Literally it is explained 10 posts above you in this same thread...
Barnaby Sirringstog - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 16:05:49 EST ID:nNavDlh+ No.36881 Ignore Report Quick Reply
wolf semen needs its own board

Smartphones of the near future by Lillian Coblingsturk - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 07:58:47 EST ID:kvZmZT9Z No.36805 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>2x 8-core CPUs
>1TB storage
>Neural networks, NLP, associated AI buzzwords
>due 2017

Let's assume that this monstrosity really will hit the market next year (because in all probability it won't). What immediate, practical applications are there for having such advanced hardware/software on a mobile device? These guys are gonna be hard-pressed to prove to consumers that their AI-driven operating system is anything more than a slightly more intelligent, much more obnoxious Siri. They'll also have to explain why the ridiculous specs (and implicit price tag) required to run said software are more than premature incremental upgrades that will be industry-standard in a few years' time anyway, but that they will make a pronounced difference in how the user interacts with their device.

I know all of that is Sales Training Talk 101, but with an outlandish product like this, such typically mundane considerations suddenly become relevant and intriguing, not least because this phone potentially offers a glimpse of what's waiting for us further down the line, and foments debate on the direction consumer device evolution is taking (i.e. hardware upgrades vs. new features).

Emma Waddleshaw - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 09:00:07 EST ID:hn+zCwtg No.36806 Ignore Report Quick Reply
finally a phone capable of useful things. They better slam as much sensor tool sin there as possible. I find a lot of uses for the sensors in my current phone.

The accelerometer can double as a gravity sensor.
Gyros can help with orientation.
The magnometemer doubles as a compass.
Cameras are used as light sensors to automatically adjust screen brightness.
My phone also gets radio through the head phones as antenna.

What other high tech tool to be added?
Why not thermometer lasers?
Why not distance measuring lasers?
Why not more powerful radio communications to break free from cell towers?

I can forsee better interactivity to terminal PCs or other devices.
Sounds like phone video games are going next gen if this becomes normal specs at any time.
trypto - Mon, 12 Sep 2016 22:03:12 EST ID:iZkFNJIK No.36833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looks like a scam. Maybe they can squeeze those specs into a clunker of a phone, but there's no way it will actually be useful. Maybe they can market to the right people, and sell them for $40k. Sell a thousand for $4 million revenue, which would easily cost manufacturing and "R"&D plus a pretty penny for the dozen or so developers.

Sure, you can have 2x 8-core CPUs, but theyre worthless if the software isn't capable of handling it. It's got an OS that clearly doesn't have an active community, ie the software is shit.

Neural networks on the phone? Fucking worthless, and obviously it's not training neural networks since 16 cores isn't nearly enough to do anything useful.

>finally a phone capable of useful things.
Phones aren't useful because they're cobbled by software, which is cobbled by inconsistent hardware standards - probably at the behest of network owners.
trypto - Mon, 12 Sep 2016 22:04:13 EST ID:iZkFNJIK No.36834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>and sell them for $40k. Sell a thousand for $4 million revenue,
Whoops. Sell a hundred, I mean.
Hugh Clipperfoot - Thu, 15 Sep 2016 01:13:02 EST ID:hn+zCwtg No.36835 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The phone and the who ever is makin it and the OS can be shit all it wants. If enough phones go for this power level eventually some one will multithread a game on it. To say an octo core is useless becasue no one multi threads that much is stupid. Bet the same was said about quad cores when dual cores were around. But guess what, that shit wasn't multithread city either.
Jenny Fuckingbury - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 06:08:10 EST ID:cgSePcY7 No.36836 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And ten years later, games still have one major thread with a few smaller ones offloaded on to other cores with diminishing returns for every core you add.

Back then they said quad core would be good for specific things where they can be multi threaded they were and are to this day. But it's been 9 years since the core 2 quad first came out and I'm still running 4 physical cores on my system. Had 6 with hyperthreading once, good for hosting 10 person servers and playing games at the same time but not much else really.

The phone in OP probably will be a thing, for perspective the samsung S7 runs an 8 core snapdragon 820 (the current version of this phone) with 4 gig of RAM.

This thing will be about $4k worth of hardware on release. And within a year it'll be more like $400. It's not space age tech, it's just the next generation top end consumer phone with a bit more RAM and storage space.

The earth is fucked. by Charles Mevingchere - Wed, 13 Apr 2016 03:21:26 EST ID:pihQcB/B No.36523 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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For the sake of argument lets pretend, no matter what you're views are, that global warming is a thing. And lets assume we cannot do anything to stop it. What will we do to survive?

Pic unrelated.
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Charlotte Corrybanks - Fri, 17 Jun 2016 23:05:10 EST ID:VVMHoUdM No.36697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For the sake of argument lets pretend, no matter what you're views our, that global climate change (gcc) is a subjective topic, the likes of which is dominated by politics and not science. Please, my degree feels so joke when you make threads like this.

Truth /wc/, there will be a point, if gcc isn't addressed sooner, when we address it out of fear. It will be a time of radical reform and sweeping cultural shifts. Back when me an' Euclid were on the block, blokes used to say that "360 carbon ppm and we're all doomed," but I was always like "nigga come on 420 at least before equilibrium shifts occur mane" Now we 420 blaze it you little piece of shit faggot every day, and the earth is still only dying slowly.

Even if we just ignore it until we ded, ayyy nb
Archie Worthingfield - Sun, 26 Jun 2016 02:34:37 EST ID:glhM6xUu No.36711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Cornelius Sippernidge - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 09:49:52 EST ID:KCJrtg5Z No.36773 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Those with money move into arcology complexes based around the great lakes. The close quarters and strict control of behavior practically destroys social interaction. The humans there are kept content and sexually repressed with medication, meanwhile technology continues to advance. Humans in these cities are grown in artificial wombs, and quickly integrated with computers. They have become eusocial, a human cyborg super organism.

Most of North America becomes scrub land; trees die, grass thrives. A mini ecosystem develops. The main organisms are grasshoppers, mice, and hawks. The ecological void causes rapid speciation. The only forests exist in the far northern USA and Canada. These forests are patrolled by environmental protection drones that hunt down humans who try to live in this land of plenty.

Humans in the wasteland live short brutal lives, subsisting on anything edible. They live in small tribal communities in the burned out shell of former cities. Life is about scavenging and salvaging. Everyone believes in a new folk religion based on the religions of the old world. War often breaks out over scarce resources. When a community becomes too large, the environmental protection drones put an end to it.
Phoebe Fenningham - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 06:17:51 EST ID:5hz2OT1J No.36776 Ignore Report Quick Reply
While you might think this would be true, it's not. While there would be a few years of cooling following a nuclear exchange, the amount of carbon that would be released would actually offset the temporary cooling by a huge degree of magnitude. The warming would be way worse than it would've otherwise been just a few years later.
Eliza Clayhood - Mon, 05 Sep 2016 17:59:18 EST ID:glhM6xUu No.36822 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nukes optimized for geoengineering are not going to be same as nukes for city-busting.

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