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WORLD ORDER. One World?. World order is less important in 2055 because of ultra-globalization, end of wars and fading of nationalism. What about China?. China never achieved superpower status:. Labor unrest in the 30’s toppled the fragile political system.

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one world
One World?

World order is less important in 2055 because of ultra-globalization, end of wars and fading of nationalism.

What about China?

China never achieved superpower status:

  • Labor unrest in the 30’s toppled the fragile political system.
  • Was the Internet the demise of Communism?
  • Manual labor content cost became too small to matter.
  • The copy cat strategy stifled creativity.
  • Lack of global natural resources starved the awakened giant.
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    • Displays are wireless heads-up “eyeglasses”
    • Optional console is worn on wrist or is a pen
    • 100% voice control now, but simple mind-directed is coming
    • Cinema downloads are wireless; 10 seconds per “movie”
    • Music is on demand, millisecond load – buffer-store
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    • Dogs
    • Cats
    • Customized
  • They serve as:
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    • Guardians
    • Trainers
    • Helpers/caregivers
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    • Watches over you
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