>>237727>You don't just need cooling but cooling to get as close to 0°K as possible and that is not possible right now for broad use.
Ah gotcha. That is fairly high bar to running it all the time for the average person currently.
>None of the top of my head but I am quite sure you can find data on the receeding life expactancy, lowering on IQ, lowering of general health, increase on psychological sickness and so on…
Those look like effects that (((globalization))) is supposed to have.
One problem is vision problems of the near sighted kind. The electronic device is close at hand less than an arms length away, even in the dark.
Sleep patterns are disrupted leading to all the problems having irregular sleep causes.
It's kind of funny, but with great power comes great responsibility applies to technology. Especially in how the future generation is brought up.
Lowering of IQ is probably from the average lower IQ of invaders, and readjustment each time they decide to test average IQ. It could be from a technological standpoint, but I think other factors are more at hand.
Obesity amplifies the problems both mental, and physical.
>>One, I don't see what this has to do with technology>Really? The world we created with the use of technology and that poisens us has nothing to do technology?
It's always a human problem, and a (((parasite))) problem.
Eventually people are going to have to be self disciplined, scientists, hard working, artists, farmers, nutritionists, soldiers, monks, leaders, saints, adaptable, and morally upstanding to handle the every increasing tide of innovation, comfort, knowledge, and power they will be handed.
If everyone overcame their inner demons that they had to constantly face, the outer challenge of technology, or malice wouldn't be that bad. Maybe…
Stagnation would doom us all eventually.>>237733
Healthy dialog is good to produce the best set of ideas, and possibly synthesize an even better one, or come together on common grounds.