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No wonder why it was impossible to remove. My Windows 2000 machine is most probably infected and will probably stay infected until I just reload windows from scratch. Maybe even that won't get rid of the adware.
Then the only limiting factors would be
a — raw materials
b — energy
Both of which are virtually unlimited in space, i.e. the moon, asteroids.
What would be the implications of an unlimited and cheap work force?
Secondary question — how many humans would be needed (on Earth or off) to insure the survival of our species and for scientific/engineering progress, once working/labor becomes obsolete? Couldn't the human species get by with only the graduates of Harvard, MIT and other top universities? Who else would be required? Who would decide?"
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When the state of the art robotics is advanced enough for robots to automaously go and create factories for making more robots....
Then the only limiting factors are
a - raw materials
b - energy
Both of which are virtually unlimited in space, i.e. the moon, astroids.
No comment needed on the implications of an unlimited and cheap work force.
Secondary question - how many humans are needed (on Earth or off) to insure the species and for progress, once working becomes obsolete?