[FoRK] Concrete results
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Mon Jun 17 02:35:54 PDT 2013
On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 7:29 PM, Eugen Leitl <eugen at leitl.org> wrote:
> We've wasted the last 40 years. Now we will have to
> pay the price. We can still negotiate that the worst
> outcome will be prevented.
> But that would require
> a) widespread realization that there is a problem
Is this actually necessary? Wouldn't it suffice to make sure the right
people realise there is a problem and hence initiate some sort of
(I guess the trivial answer to my question is yes; but perhaps your claim
is that it is not possible to make the required changes [I'm not entirely
sure what they are, but I suppose your links comment on that] without "most
people" backing it. It's not obvious to me that this is necessary, though.
But I suppose it's probably at worst useful. I guess my point here is maybe
instead of convincing people to do something, we should all just shutup and
> b) global, large scale activity to navigate a regression to
> maximum resilience regime.
> So far, we're failing at a) already.
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