3d Printing Rocks Papers and Circuitry
In the last post I vaguely referenced 3d printing. This topic needs some embellishment. In my opinion, 3d printing is the control paradigm killer that we need as a global society to flourish. It is more powerful than exposing nuclear secrets to hostile countries. It may be equivalent to the Tesla secret of wireless transmission of electricity. The establishment is trying to leverage the public’s fear of guns to curtail the free development of this technology and shame on them as the anti gun proponents have just taken a major hit!
Anyways, this is not the direction I’m aiming with this blog posting. What I want to show are the ideas that have come to my attention recently about just what you can do with 3d printing technology. And, the question is quickly becoming, “what can’t you do with it?”
The additive metals style of 3d printing is the gorilla in the room here because the materials, compared to traditional manufacturing, are actually stronger.
It’s making headway towards the ultimate use, civilization proliferation, which can go either way in my opinion. This is the defining moment of our future – 3d printing is THAT important.
Give a 3d printer to a pioneer and all he has to do is find raw materials. He can build a house, or a human organ, lunch, clothes, a water distillation system or reprint the 3d printer itself to give away to his friends!
Just a matter of materials.
And where on earth can’t you find a pile of scrap plastic thanks to the people that run the planet now! This is the greenest tech!
Give the tech to the space pioneers and, “viola” we are now a galactic problem. (Unless we change things about our control mechanisms).
Eventually one of the volunteers to go to Mars will have one and with recipes like this might even have a shot at getting back!
And for the other people like you and me.
The game is a foot – or whatever your imagination can come up with. It’s affordable and practicable if not practible.
When we are printing our own overunity devices the gig is up for the fear merchants. You can’t actually print rocks or wooden stakes to pierce the vampires hearts, but for the werewolves there is a solution.
Now, the cat’s out of the bag. And, I love it. Soon, people will be printing circuits and whole projects.