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Cooper Fleishman 14 Mar 18
Replying to @_Cooper
Hawking also thought The Big Bang Theory was funny, so.
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Cooper Fleishman 14 Mar 18
Replying to @_Cooper
A math professor writes with some ~cosmic~ Hawking trivia: 1. Hawking was born on the 300th anniversary of Galileo’s death and died on Einstein’s birthday 2. Even with ALS, Hawking and Einstein lived to the same age (76) and SH even outlived AE by a month
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Cooper Fleishman 14 Mar 18
Replying to @_Cooper
While we’re at it, here’s the Trump subreddit /r/The_Donald talking about Hawking today: “yeah he was good for space, but was a cuck, calling us all types of names”
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Noname Stan Account 💘 14 Mar 18
universal luxury, by the “genius” Stephen Hawking himself
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Applause Starter Fail⁷ 14 Mar 18
Not even the threats of deadly diseases or man eating creatures scares us Humans. Maybe we need some Aliens to come down and give a good spanking.
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Neil Sammells 14 Mar 18
Replying to @_Cooper @hedgerows
He must have read Wilde's 'The Soul of Man Under Socialism'...
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minds.com/adamjsims Adam Sims 14 Mar 18
Replying to @_Cooper @liebach
Reward for productive output is relative. Automation will consolidate power, change the type of work we do & increase the baseline of productive output, But we will still have,to work as hard if not harder than we do now to remain competitive against our human peers.
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Orman 14 Mar 18
Only if demand for work increases indefinitely, which it may not. If it doesn't, there'll be a lot of unemployment to deal with - all the more reason to redistribute the wealth
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Teddy Atlas JR 14 Mar 18
Replying to @_Cooper
@wizfan2712
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The Machine I Am 14 Mar 18
Yep.
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