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Friday, June 26, 2015

Beautiful Visionary Architecture By Lazlo in 1950's

Our ancestors were some brilliant people. Modern people are human bonsai trees by comparison.

They were thinking ahead in terms of survival of the civilisation 100 years ... 500 years out.

They knew a civilization that lives as if it is in threat of destruction stays sober and retains the martial virtues. If you built underground to start with you'd soon have most of your infrastructure there and it would become a common use of real estate which modern people are just rediscovering today.

Work continues when your office is belowground. Rain and storms don't affect you. Society continues in conditions that would bring ours to its knees instantly. After a while, a limited nuclear attack might be no more significant than a surprise tornado. It would be something you hear about but doesn't affect you.

Most important of all, a civilisation of hardened structures and hardened people which is completely self-sufficient from block to block has no need whatsoever of global governance. None at all.

That simply wouldn't do. So these plans were mocked and sneered at until they were abandoned.

Instead of this bright chrome atomic future of super healthy indestructible people, instead we got this society … which made gay marriage legal in all fifty states today.

Oswald Spengler was right. A civilisation not moving forward with a martial frame of mind will immediately start to degenerate. There is no middle ground. Forwards or backwards … to our world, today.

I don't know if it is true or not but I'd like to believe if America had just 10% more Neanderthals than it had in 1955, this future by Lazlo is the one we would have gotten. No creature on Earth ever loved subterranean spaces more than the Neanderthal people. It is because they are smart enough to know they ensure the survival of all of us.

1 comment:

styrac1 said...

http://www.nature.com/news/ancient-wolf-genome-pushes-back-dawn-of-the-dog-1.17607

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