The future would indeed be much brighter if what Fresco is writing about was to come to life but it seems a bit to unrealistic to me.
I wanted to like that book but I can't.
It's not a scientific document but an Utopia idea.
The author starts by talking about efficiency and basing everything on science and then proceeds to enumerate his ideas without backing them with research or numbers.
He has a great vision but ignores the human nature, natural catastrophes, etc.
I appreciate the intention but this is not a realistic scientific document by any mean.
He describes "what" but doesn't explain "how".
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We're presented with beautiful picture of possible future world, but there's no actual instruction for transition to this state, which I anticipated the most.
Also no proof that people will tolerate even small differences in society.
IMO the smallest overconsumption of resources by one human emits transcendental energy that makes other people to wish more and consume more, which causes an avalanche and simple will is not enough to stop it.
As human nature cannot be fully encoded in certain rulesexistance of such world cannot be proven in theory.
I'd be afraid if someone would dare to radically realise all what's written, even with good intentions.
The only way path is evolution and I doubt that final version will look any similar to one from the book, for sure it will be more interesting.
The main idea of this book is: In a ResourceBased Economy, it is established there is no money, no credits, no debt, and no servitude.
Here, “all of the world’s resources are held as the common heritage of all of Earth’s people Disappointed a lot.
I knew he had some solutions for our gruesome future but those are just the ideas, imaginations that, taken for granted, assemble the cord of his teaching.
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Such a wonderful posible vision of the world.
I love it.
I enjoy so much all of Jacque Fresco books.
This is about the Venus Project.
Anyone who doesn't know about it should go to thezeitgeistmovement.
com, which I am a strong supporter of.
It's an easy read that will help you understand Fresco's vision of a resource based economy and the structure of the future's outlook.
Do not bother reading a page.
I picked this up after seeing a documentary on Mr.
Fresco and learning of his supposed inventions and breakthroughs.
After reading this, Fresco resembles Jeff Bridge's character in the Men Who Stare at Goats, with claims of amazing powers and technological innovation with very little to show for it except for some fun with LSD.
First, this book is poorly written, incoherent, reading more like the rantings of an old man, which is clearly all it is.
An editor was desperately needed.
Second, the structure of the explanations and arguments are so weak it is difficult to establish Fresco's ideas other than to say the world is changing thanks to technology.
I didn't need to read this to know that.
Third, Fresco cites numerous factual