Yup, I agree. And the best way for that would have been faster progress of safety technology, IMO.
Thanks for the reply!This text is short, so more nuances could be added. But I touch on the things you mention:
I think the general angst over one technology plowing ahead much further than the rest is exaggerated:
"Of course, giving Caligula a nuclear bomb wouldn't be great. But the risk of one technology progressing much faster than the general level of knowledge is low. Innovation depends on earlier innovation. There is a reason the Romans didn't have a Manhattan Project. If we increase the rate of innovation in one area, it will spill over and increase i... (read more)
Thanks Tony. Currently reading his Energy: A Beginner's Guide =)
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