Or figure out a way to control population growth. Because you can't continue to "give them money" forever; eventually the well will run dry. Then what?
Why not? It's not like money is a finite resource. Money represents access to resources but if those resources run out that's going to be a problem for everyone.
You mean the ones with oil and numbered bank accounts to pay for it all? OK. I've looked. I prefer to work for a living.
The problem with the future of AI and automation is that you might not have the opportunity to work.
The only question is what that does to inflation and whether that creates a de facto "tax" on the economy.
Luckily that question has an answer - printing more money the the (only real) cause of inflation and it will act like a universal tax on everyone, as everyone will pay through the devaluation of their earnings. Inflation is possibly the *most* unfair tax that there is.
Incorrect. Atheism is the lack of belief in deities. A negative 'belief' is not a belief.
"I believe there's no god" != "I don't believe in god"
That's true, because you are comparing the general to the specific. But "I believe that God does not exist" == "I don't believe that God exists".
"This is lemma 1.1. We start a new chapter so the numbers all go back to one." -- Prof. Seager, C&O 351