Non sequitur. Where do you draw the line? You assume that totally based people suddenly lose all interest for modern science and technology and want to live like hermits in caves? Are you going to rely on the hypocritical appreciation of tech like the Amish do? When Germans corrupt because they actually invented
>Sci-Fi movies and video games have rotted your brain. The real redpill is that there is little impressive about being able to manipulate matter
Says the jaded one.
If we wanted
, we could build a good many things that come close to what is seen in hard science fiction. This goes even without talking about all the senseless gatekeeping managed by holders of patents.
have robots. We do
have laser cannons and coilguns. We do
have tablets that hold millions worth of book in their memories, all accessed through ever moving screens. We do
talk to people on the other side of the planet in near realtime. We do
print impressive structures from plastic to biological compounds. We do
send strange ships into the sky and beyond. We do
have the power to create suns in the middle of nowhere that can level cities and scorch entire lands. We do
have devices that can see through flesh and stone.
If we were to refine all of this over the next century, at the same pace as we know now, and then roll it all into one big suit driven by a human, and were to send that back in time even to people who lived, say, 1000 years ago, would you tell me they would not be impressed, when on the other hand all they can obtain when praying is barely noticeable effects and lots of speculation?
You are talking of advances that are extremely young. We are still making refinements to sewer systems that became mainstream during Roman times.
>It should surprise no one here, but a large amount of popular tech shills are Jews.
Jews hate Nature and revel in variants
of technology that allow them to extract wealth in exchange of very little effort. Not that it's entirely a bad thing in itself, but in the rigged world we live in with those financial 0s and 1s, they will obviously regroup in financial technologies and related fields. Big data and legalized spying need not be obligatory. Nor is transhumanism.
>DNA splicing, etc it's all degenerate and we don't deserve until nature and the God(s) say we do.
In certain myths regarding human origins, it seems we do come very close to DNA splicing written in different terms.