Clark Sugabo

King City, CA, United States

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Clark Sugabo
Posted over 3 years ago
Clean technology, while a huge opportunity, will not go to scale in time to prevent a global economic and social crisis.
invitro meat isn't vegetable meat, it's just the same animal meat for people without doing any harm to any animals. If this stuff gets better, imagine how much better the animals will get when we no longer need to hunt them? I for one think this is a great idea in the step to the right direction, if I'm wrong please let me know I'd be happy to hear
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Clark Sugabo
Posted over 3 years ago
Clean technology, while a huge opportunity, will not go to scale in time to prevent a global economic and social crisis.
I read Diamandis book Abundance and he does acknowledge and make a great case for the species on the Earth, he most definitely isn't just talking about humans here. I haven't read the whole thing and it isn't near me right now but in one example, he talks about a technology called invitro meat. In vitro meat could potentially solve the problem that he acknowledges about the way we hunt and capture the fish in our sea and mentions that yes if we keep this up the fish in our sea will soon be gone. Even the things in our ocean we don't even have a name for yet are becoming extinct. I say the issue Diamandis is putting out is definitely "grand" enough. I would definitely recommend giving the book a consideration.
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Clark Sugabo
Posted over 3 years ago
Open source this, open source that... How about open source comedy?
Don't know how you would go about doing it, but this is a great idea. For example... Wikpedia! When Microsoft wanted to build an online encyclopedia, encarta, they theoretically had it all correct. They hired writers, managers, project leaders, web designers and all that (hired actors, hired writers, hired artists). Yet with Wikipedia, all the info is freely crowd sourced to the world, and now it's the best thing ever. Info about almost anything out there, and practically 99 percent correct on all of it. Getting a crowd to work on something they are passionate about is always better than hiring people to do it. I have no experience with it but here's some advice if you truly want to see where this could take you. You could create a website, get a domain and hosting, find a web designer and try to promote it. You can promote the website through..hmm Reddit seems like a good bet. Actually yeah Reddit seems like a great idea! You can post the project through your own subreddit, which is like it's own forum where the best most voted on ideas get pushed to the top, kind of like youtube comments except a lot smarter. That way the best comedy ideas can get filtered out. Anyway I just rambled but there's some suggestions, good luck and I hope something amazing happens from this idea of yours.
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Clark Sugabo
Posted over 3 years ago
Clean technology, while a huge opportunity, will not go to scale in time to prevent a global economic and social crisis.
Okay well as far as I understand, Paul Gilding says that technological change will happen after a huge crisis that demands it. Then Peter Diamandis says that technology today is growing faster and faster and a huge crisis isn't necessary because the rate that technology is growing is faster than it ever has been. Well either way, we're not totally dead right? I would like to agree with Diamandis point of view though, I find it easier and a lot more motivating to get things done when you know that it can be done. Peter Gilding is also right in that things will just go sour so bad that we just eventually have to do something. The reason I like Peter Diamandis though is because his idea inspires more action, if we know that it can be done and fixed we will do it.