Thursday, May 11, 2017

We become both nurse and patient according to this theory

We can afford to pay more for the services we need — chiefly health care and education — and probably will always be able to do so,” he writes. Labor-intensive things like police protection, mail delivery, sanitation, legal and funeral services will also continue to stay within our reach, he says. “What we may not be able to afford are the consequences of falling costs: environmental destruction and continual warfare.”
He says productivity improves enough in manufacturing that we can  suffer low productivity in medicine. In this model, I wear latex gloves and you bend over; then you wear them and I bend over. Then get get free ars from the robots.

It is of course a ridiculous Magic Walrus fantasy.

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