Star Trek writers have fun with the technology in their universe. CGP gray takes a look at some of the issues that transporters bring to the table. Filed under: Philosophy Tagged: Consciousness, Sci-fi, Star Trek, Teleporters . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: Transporter or Death Machine? – Star Trek Questions.
It is the year 2040. China is the world’s dominant economic power, while North America’s decline has forced most of its citizens into degrading and menial jobs. In Toronto, two “silk-gatherers” collect and sell “spiz,” the remnants of secretions from giant arachnoids. Other jobs of the future include “digital janitor,” “baby-maker” and “human . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Ghosts with Shit Jobs – Is this $4,000 “lo-fi sci-fi” the future of Canadian Filmmaking?