--- Harvey Newstrom <mail@HarveyNewstrom.com> wrote:
> At 4:36 AM +0100 1/31/01, denis bider wrote:
> >I think we all dream of - or maybe at least feel highly of
> - a world like
> >Asimov described in Aurora: a whole planet divided into a
> relatively small
> >number of large properties, each of them governed by
> >self-sustained hominids and their robots.
> I don't think I've ever dreamed of this or desired this as
> a goal.
I don't particularly like this goal either. I'm a city boy. I
like the crowds and excitement of the big city. A world of
estates would be mind numbingly boring.
Citys don'r become interesting till they reach 5 or 6 million
just my 2cents (I do believe a world like Aurora is possible however.)
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