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True. Wait..., what? No!!!
Debate Score:32
Arguments:39
Total Votes:32
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The world is about to get worse.


As more and more robots start replacing humans, more and more humans will need to be paid a living salary because they will be unemployed.  As more and more people become unemployed, they may end up clogging our freeways and highways while they go to the beach, or whatever, looking for entertainment.  Eventually the working class will get tired of these human obstacles that are being kept alive by the working class' tax dollars and we'll figure out a way to get rid of the dead weight.  Maybe ship them off to Mars.  This will in turn fix the global warming problem.  But we will have to go through the pain just described before we can start enjoying life again.

True.

Side Score: 20
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Wait..., what? No!!!

Side Score: 12
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I already started my list of who I want to ship off to Mars ;)

Side: True.
1 point

If I'm on that list, I want a capsule full of beer.

Might as well have fun when I get there.

Side: True.
1 point

What's your favorite beer ;)

Side: True.

Well, that's not how it works. You'll also need rocket, fuel and other things.

Side: True.
1 point

You only need those things if you whether or not they make it ;)

Side: True.

Same, I have myself my crush and the rest will be heterosexuals! And the list will contain about 50 people so there's no way that the mars thing won't work out. And after my crush and I die the 50 people hopefully will have gay babies.

Side: True.
1 point

Didn't Nostradamus already tell us this?

Our only hope is to go back to aboriginal roots.

Side: True.
1 point

The reality is that we have been here many times before as science and technology have dragged us kicking and screaming into the future.

Look back when the horse and cart were replaced by mechanized vehicles and then the industrial revolution that put thousands of factory workers out of work replaced by machines, agricultural practices made the farm labourer and the horse extinct with the evolution of the tractor and mechanized food production.

There are so many examples of huge changes in the workforce over time, and we are about to go through yet another one, this time with a much larger global population.

Side: True.
1 point

We all know that things that are "created" are very dangerous! ;-)

Side: True.
1 point

So..., you're not going to reproduce ;)

Side: True.
AlofRI(2815) Clarified
1 point

I think I can guarantee that I have learned my lesson. I shall no longer reproduce. Happily, I know that my children, those that I know of, have done nothing dangerous to humanity, any others ... I dunno ;-)

(Just lucky, I guess!)

Side: True.

A world animal instincts, where morality is a door mat.

People kill by instincts, sleep with each other like animals...endorse the latest immoral acts in town.

And then claim God is wicked.

FYI: God doesn't rear animals.

Satan, prince of the earth has the multitude and God distants himself everyday.

When Satan gains full control, it is then we will really know who the enemy is........the wars, diseases,and other forms of suffering

Side: True.

Apart from the robotic issue, the way most people act today, the way they obey the market

and care about money the way they put money values to morals ,Science and knowledge,

in another word, they are always buying the truth for their beneficial desire is a good sign for getting worse.

Side: True.
1 point

This is pure speculation, but I'm guessing that, as the cost of unskilled labor decreases (due to the replacement of employees by machines), the cost of raw/simple resources will decrease, which will in turn make said resources more plentiful/readily accessible, thereby increasing the general standard of living.

Side: Wait..., what? No!!!
Dermot(5453) Clarified
1 point

At the moment worldwide bots are replacing humans in the workplace I know two people actively involved in the day to day implementation of such schemes .

Interestingly the safest jobs in the future may be ones that require manual skills as in gardening , shelf stacking , restaurant work etc ,etc. as bots are not yet advanced enough to carry out these tasks .It would be most interesting to re visit the world in a hundred years time to see how much society is affected by these changes.

Side: True.
1 point

I doubt that.

You're forgetting something - transhumanism.

It also happens to be the side that I support.

Now that I think of it, it does have those Antichrist vibes. Whatever, the Christians are too busy wondering about Islam.

Side: Wait..., what? No!!!
1 point

I doubt that.

You're forgetting something - transhumanism.

It also happens to be the side that I support.

Now that I think of it, it does have those Antichrist vibes. Whatever, the Christians are too busy wondering about Islam.

Side: Wait..., what? No!!!
LichPotato(362) Disputed
1 point

"Interestingly the safest jobs in the future may be ones that require manual skills as in gardening , shelf stacking , restaurant work etc ,etc. as bots are not yet advanced enough to carry out these tasks ."

You mean, the very same labor jobs robots are predicted to replace in the near future?

Side: True.