100 Years of Progress
Peter Diamandis

Yes, Material & Intellectual Progress. What About Political & Economic Progress?

Trends and facts cited make your case. What is omitted is equally important.

  • Medieval, heavily gamed political systems
  • Rising economic inequality and unresponsive political or economic systems
  • Growing surveillance state and contraction of civil liberties
  • Increasingly inexpensive, portable, stealthy WMD

Abundance is great but life in a gilded cage is problematic. Don’t you think?

Where’s the Xprize for improving the political system?

Doc Huston

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