Unemployed people can buy stuff with unemployment benefits - and when the "everybody has to work" -idea is history citizens can buy stuff using basic income guarantee. If work can be automated, it should. The only remaining problem is distribution of goods. And no, this is not "communism", as corporations are still privately owned.
You could stay up to 10 minutes in the air using a proper jet engine, and I remember reading a company developing such a jet pack. However, that's pretty much the same as strapping a Williams X-Jet to your back, which is old technology.
Yet the European Union is on a pretty good track to reach the Kyoto targets. EU also has the largest GDP in the world (if you compare it as a country). Since the 1990s, USA has increased emissions 20%, while EU has 5%.
You didn't even read my comment. Don't you know what a fucking comment is? Don't you know what fucking reading means? Fucking idiot. A huge pdf does not equal a proper response. If a huge pdf does actually equal a proper argument, I will cite a 1000 page pdf and until you read it, I will win the debate.
Actually, the number of EU states I've visited has nothing to do with the discussion at hand. You didn't actually provide any citations, only a url to a huge pdf. Anyway, I didn't talk about permanent CCTV, but the freedom to videotape police officers etc.