Glimpses Of The Future #2
I was thinking about Star Trek and teleportation and as and when it comes to pass for us all, I don’t see it being used to move people very much.
I mean if the idea is that you can go to a beautiful desert island in a split second, then you could well find yourself knee deep in other visitors.
No, I see a more prosaic but necessary use for teleportation – one that will get rid of toilets.
I see teleporters focused in on our bowels, neatly removing all the crap.Read more at www.nomorepencils.com
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