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by Warrior Wheatman - Feb. 1, 2013

This is one of a five part serie of the technological onslaught on our economic survival. JOBS. The future is here. scifi futurists have warned about this. It is finally getting exposure to acceptance.

Overpopulation and adapting to technology are THE chellenges of our immeadiate future. They are finally getting exposure. Contraception and taxation of technology are the solution.

In his book “The Lights in the Tunnel,” Ford foresees a computer-dominated economy with 75 percent unemployment before the end of this century; the vast majority of workers, he predicts, won’t be able to develop the skills necessary to outrun job-killing computers and robots.

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