„As a philosophical problem, it comes down to a better way to engage with the passage of time; and I think we're getting close to one, because the imaginative loss of the future is becoming acute.
The most effective political actors on the planet now are people who want to blow themselves up.
These are people who really don't want to get out of the bed in the morning and face another unpredictable day.“

—  Bruce Sterling, in the Long Now talk "The Singularity: Your Future as a Black Hole"<!-- at about 1m14m45s --> (2004).
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autore di fantascienza statunitense 1954

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