One of the topics I’m going to cover in Postcards from 2035 is a shift in thinking from “having things” to “accessing things”.
One of the topics I’m going to cover in Postcards from 2035 is a shift in thinking from “having…
Michael Haupt
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Interesting. However, the primary obstacle in creating Mathland materials isn’t in physically manufacturing and distributing them—it’s in humans, who grow up in a mathophobic culture, trying to create materials which are not then infected by the same mathophobic culture. The reason why Mathland materials don’t exist in today’s world in any kind of numbers is because the Mathland natives who would build such materials don’t exist—and we aren’t enlightened enough to escape our own mathophobic biases.

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