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    A very solid piece of futurist work

    Very broad and deep consideration of the future, sensibly grounded in ecology. Forthrightly leans pessimistic which I find a refreshing contrast to the more popular techno-optimism. Considers a fairly long time frame, 400 000 years, and touches on a number of areas I knew little about, such as how long it takes languages to become unintelligible. I think the most interesting idea was that any form of civilization would be confined to periodic stable climate periods of a few thousand years. Also spotlighted how, in the near term, would be a really good idea NOT to emit so much CO2 that a bunch of sea level rise happens, because that would destroy harbors everywhere and mostly end global trading.
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