Your worldview is pie in the sky.
Pi in the sky: http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/1620
Around the turn of the 20th century, Dr Weston A. Price, a dentist, found indgenous peoples who avoided unrefined foods to have much better dental health than city dwellers.
You mean _avoided REFINED foods_ right? If not, I really want to meet up with the sugar cane tribes. I KNEW mommy was lying!
The talk itself covers the past, present, and future of computing as of 1989. While the former two can be interesting to the high-tech historian, the real star is Bill Gates' prediction of computing yet to come. Like his legendary '640k' line, some of Gates' remarks are almost laughably off-mark ('OS/2 is the way of the future,' for one); and yet, by and large, he seems to have accurately prophesied an entire decade or two of soft- and hardware development. All in all, a fascinating talk from, it seems, one of the most powerful speakers in CS and IT."
Silverbrook holds more than 1400 patents on printer technology and applies for more patents per year than any other company in Australia. It has operated in stealth mode for 13 years and now plans to licence its printer heads, control circuitry and reference designs to major printing companies worldwide. These printers will hopefully show up in stores in the next 12-18 months starting potentially from around $US199."