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We've been mentioned in the Daily Mail!


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Hey guys I wasn't sure if this was thread worthy but I almost comedically spat out my morning glass of OJ when we were cited as experts by the Daily Mail! They're not the most respected newspaper but its always a little exciting when a forum you post on is mentioned in a big newspaper. 

 

The article itself is about life in 2083 and mainly covers inflation, but further down talks about technological improvements and thats where we come in!

 

http://www.dailymail...etech^headlines

 

Do you agree with the article? Personally by 2083 I think we (England) would have either joined the Euro or there will be a universal 'Credits' system across the world/developed countries.

Five years hence, what have we learned from this? 


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And remember my friend, future events such as these will affect you in the future.


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Hey guys I wasn't sure if this was thread worthy but I almost comedically spat out my morning glass of OJ when we were cited as experts by the Daily Mail! They're not the most respected newspaper but its always a little exciting when a forum you post on is mentioned in a big newspaper. 
 
The article itself is about life in 2083 and mainly covers inflation, but further down talks about technological improvements and thats where we come in!
 
http://www.dailymail...etech^headlines
 
Do you agree with the article? Personally by 2083 I think we (England) would have either joined the Euro or there will be a universal 'Credits' system across the world/developed countries.

Five years hence, what have we learned from this?

That we're are all expert futurologists and that's it's a disgrace we haven't been offered positions at Singularity University yet. /s

Current status: slaving away for the math gods of Pythagoras VII.





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