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December 15, 2006

The Venus Future

Jacque Fresco's The Venus Project (click to enlarge)

Someday, in the not too distant future, we will all live in retro-modern homes (like the Thunderbirds). There will be no crime. No wars. Life will be perfect, and the weather will always be warm.

Futurecity_05_1We will all wear the most inspired outfits! They will be blue. They'll have a sash for the men and a delightful little blue hat. Striking! Even our children will wear them (I'm wearing mine now).


Truthfully speaking... I have no idea what to think of The Venus Project. I don't know if I should laugh or be impressed. Or both. In any case, Jacque Fresco went to an incredible amount of work, and it's a lot of fun to browse around his personal vision of paradise.

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This reminds me of a Star Trek episode I watched recently, where there was an alien race that had everything: peace, love, technology and no shortages of anything. Except, when you stepped on the grass you were executed.

I wonder why we are always still so limited in our visions of the future. Old sci-fi had mind-pills and plasma generated bread ovens, but the phones they used were never wireless (let alone mobile). What do we need to completely let go, and really rethink these visions?

Posted by: Nils | Dec 16, 2006 6:17:11 AM

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