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The bio age!

 
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Hey,

I think that it is pretty clear the the digital age will end in this century/next, and the human race will turn to bio engineering, to harness biological systems for construction, food, mining, energy, communications, plumbing, water, manufacturing, waste management,

I just wonder about how the ecological impact of potentially disturbances of ratios of living things could effect the nutrient and life cycles,

I also wonder what jobs would be created or become redundant!

does anyone else think of these things?

And if you do not understand what I am talking about that's fine, Please do not worry about it!






 
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