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"Without the stairs of the past, you cannot arrive at the future."

I've seen seven new decades. Makes me a bit grown-up.  The point is that, unless something happens to draw my attention to my glorious bank of years, I think I'm young.  I still feel as though I have such a lot to learn - and I do. I started three years into the fifties when the second war to end all wars was fading into memory.  Many families were struggling to get their lives back together but there was a general sense of optimism.  After all, we needed to know that the sacrifices of the forties would enable a world future.  The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki terrified thinking folk.  People were quite anxious during the Industrial Revolution.  They thought the machines would put them out of work.  Now, in this Technological Revolution, we are nervous again. Robot technology has brought us androids.  We're told that androids will soon be available to perform all manner of duties normally performed by men and women. R2-D2 and Bicentennial Man are fictional but …

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