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9/11 was only the tip of the iceberg. From documentary filmmaker William Lewis comes a bone chilling documentary on the spying, tracking and control of the American public. Runtime: 81 minutes.
 

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3D Printing: A Fascinating Look at the Future That’s Here Today

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Ever dream of a future free from the shackles of mindless mass-produced consumerism? A future of complete freedom, instantaneous manufacturing, and self-designed made-to-order one-of-a-kind goods? With additive manufacturing, that future is now. Join us today on The Corbett Report as we explore the 3D printing revolution.

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6 comments to 3D Printing: A Fascinating Look at the Future That’s Here Today

  • Paris

    Excellent primer on additive mfg. Thanks.

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  • Renald Cyr

    AWESOME. I don’t really understand in depth the whole 3D concept but I know deep within myself that it is changing in a positive way the world that I live in.

    Ron

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  • RNS1

    Dude I’m five min in and I’m nodding off! Get to the meat and potato’s of the topic! Sheesh! Thanks for the vid though?

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  • Ld Elon

    Someones gonna print themselves a UFO

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  • Phranck

    I am using my 3D printer to print more 3D printers

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  • Jonas

    This stuff blows my mind and I’m really looking forward to seeing all the possibilities come to life through this technology but the economic argument is wrong. I completely believe in a society forming around these technologies but there’s not a direct co-relation between people getting laid off and to an equal extent re-hired elsewhere. Jobless economic growth is a general problem and it doesn’t even seem to be isolated to de-industrialised western countries. I’m not going to bore people too much on this but let’s just say that capitalism as a system needs to be growing, in it’s totality, preferably around 3% per year and that’s becoming increasingly more difficult. However, a new economic system where growth isn’t essential to the system functioning, but where recycling and these types of technologies is at it’s core, might be a possible..

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