Dear Rick 11 -The Future of Business Cycles 3

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Dear Rick 11 -The Future of Business Cycles 3

Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Rick Rosner

December 14, 2016

Scott: Any relationships with other areas?

Rick: It makes me think of height. You won’t see someone below 5 feet often or over 6’6″, tight range. All of the sudden we’re going to enter a world of business and other forms of human behaviour where the range is going to grow drastically.

You’re going to see people be 35 feet tall. In terms of human ability, once we start augmenting our ability, we’re going to see people with the brain equivalent of 5′ tall or those with 150 or 1,050 feet tall.

You’ll also see communities of people that take on technical augmentation or don’t, but you’ll have entire communities that work at traditional human speeds. The future technical Amish who are trying to ‘keep it real’ and keep it together.

They are going to die, have normal lifespans, and not have a bunch of bio-circuitry in their heads. You’ll have communities wired together and think thoughts 5,000 times faster than the technical Amish.

Their change in their communities will be wildly faster than those who segregate themselves from being overly teched up.



Scott Douglas Jacobsen

Editor-in-Chief, In-Sight Publishing


In-Sight Publishing


Rick Rosner

American Television Writer


Rick Rosner

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