An Experiment in Moral Imagination, Pt. 3
Sustainable long-distance transportation, or really great virtual reality? Fight!
Which would make for healthy localist cities in 80 years: sustainable long-distance transportation, or really great virtual reality? Chris says sustainable long-distance transporation. Stephen says VR. Fight!
(In which the phrase “I don’t think that’s true!” appears more than any other episode of the show… ever.)
- Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury
- The Opolis
- Cities/metropolitan areas on the East Coast with more than 4½ million residents
- New York
- Washington D.C.
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