Cited Book: Abundance: The Future Is Better Than You Think

book cover recommend book⇒Abundance: The Future Is Better Than You Think
by Peter H. Diamandis, Steven Kotler 978-1-4516-9576-2 paperback
birth 1961-05-21 age:56 978-1-4516-1421-3 hardcover
publisher Free Press 978-1-4516-1684-2 eBook
published 2012-02-21 978-1-4526-3718-1 audio
  B005FLOGMM kindle
I listened to an audiobook called Abundance: The Future Is Better Than You Think. It is a loose collection of good news you might have overlooked. They cite Pinker and Kurzweil. However, some of their logic made my hair stand on end. For example, they argue that the fuss over acid rain was a chicken little needless panic because none of the terrible predicted things happened. They fail to notice that governments and industries made massive changes to improve the situation. They argue that because people tend to pay more attention to bad news than good, all the global problems we worry about must be phantoms. That is a non-sequitur. They waxed poetic about how wonderful life will be when we can produce McFood 100 times more efficiently. They cited Japanese robotic factories as what we should aspire to in our personal lives. Their Utopian vision is a Koch brothers wet dream, billions of docile humanoids, packed like sardines, consuming artificial everything, not a living thing left, whose prime directive is corporate profit. This book is collection of corporate excuses for raping the environment. If you want a thoughtful and optimistic view, read the original Pinker and Kurzweil. website
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