Re: A Race of humanoid drones for labor.

Twirlip of Greymist (
Sun, 1 Sep 1996 18:55:32 -0700 (PDT)

On Sep 1, 1:10am, Chris Hind wrote:

} >housing, food, clothing, and such. They might get pissed sufficiently to
} >start an insurrection.
} information & research type. The people with the brains will survive and
} people who don't have the brains to keep up will end up homeless
} unfortunetly. Unfortunetly many people won't have the brains to survive the

I've been reworking my own 'objectivist' derivation (to be circulated
later) of libertarianism, and I'm discovering that it works fine up to
an abstract stage. Then I start filling in parameters of how the world
actually exists now, and I start getting a lot of modern liberalism
really fast. Not because of any objective sense of fairness, or
bleeding-heartdom, but because it's objectively stupid to assume that
a huge segment of the population will quietly become obsolete. People
will not quietly become homeless and disappear. People will surprise
some of us, and adapt, or start becoming homeless and be taken care of,
or become homeless and fight.

} 21st century. You will see alot of people getting REALLY smart REALLY fast

And if they don't worry about the people not adapting, someone's going
to be REALLY dead. I can't say which side it will be, of course.

} Why? They'd just be mindless animals running only on preprogrammed
} pleasure-driven instincts to do their desired task.

Agreed here.

Merry part,
-xx- Damien R. Sullivan X-) <*>

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