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captaindread1 wrote (edited )

Well, ecological collapse is a quite bigger problem I think.

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anarchist_network wrote

Yes of course but you have to acknowledge that most if our products we use on a daily basis happen to be created with some kind of natural resource. Ecological collapse is of course a bigger problem but not producing anything would make you fall behind everyone else and inequality would still exist

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captaindread1 wrote

Inequality with respect what? Do not forget that our collapse will be global.

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anarchist_network wrote (edited )

Inequality in the sense that regions with those resources will have more technology, goods or products than those in regions without them. Even with mutual help between regions it would have to be a big area for all kind of resources to be shares between them

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captaindread1 wrote (edited )

Well, perhaps if you make the problem more concrete, perhaps localizing the region, we could offer some recommendations. Abstract questions can just release abstract solutions.

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anarchist_network wrote

For example the northern part of Germany is very very flat and much of the agriculture such as wheat grows there. But they would have no way in getting things like metals. They could sustain themselves with enough food and water of course but in terms of technology they would be worse than west Germany or other regions