The Current Failing Economic SystemIn order to prevent mass violence and a third class war revolution (French Revolution and Russian Revolution being the first two), the current profit making system will need to change. Ironically, the reason for replacing humans with robots is because robots don’t need light to work and they can work 24 hours per day. They don’t get sick, talk back to the boss, ask for maternity leave, need weekends off, or a two week annual vacation.

Freeman shows how factories have had an overwhelming influence on the way we work, think, move, play and fight. Capitalists, communists, democrats, socialists, philosophers, photographers, painters, engineers, accountants: All have caught the factory bug since the 1720s, when the Derby Silk Mill on the River Derwent in England produced its first crop of textiles. Henry Ford sought to use the principles of scientific management to build “one huge, integrated machine” dedicated to making money as fast as possible, while Soviet leaders embraced giant factories as “instruments of culturalization, which would create men and women capable of operating these s and building socialism.” The painter Diego Rivera’s masterwork mural “Detroit Industry” celebrated “the strength of man and machine, the power seized from nature by mankind and harnessed in the giant factory,” while for trailblazing modernist photographer Margaret Bourke White “it was not the worker who held [her] interest, nor the products being made, but the abstract forms of industry.”.

That started to change in 1948 when George Waterson founded the Bird Observatory, which helped to bring in visitors and boost the economy. In 1954, Waterson sold the island to the National Trust for Scotland, which helped to modernise housing and improve transportation. While the population is still considerably smaller than its height of almost 400, new people and new ideas help to keep the island community sustainable..

I agreed to meet him at the airport, where we would continue our work after his speech. When the plane was 20 minutes from landing, one of its engines failed. Some on the plane began to panic. (I can not say the same nice things about other electric board companies.) I would not try to haggle(?) with anyone. I would know my rights and be nice, but firm. I never even spoke with Angelo, but I like him and his service.

As an independent journalist and filmmaker, I’ve been following Claressa for the past five years. When I first met Claressa in 2011, I was in a dimly lit auditorium in Toledo, Ohio, photographing the women who were trying to become the first to box in the Olympics. A teenage girl with short hair, thick biceps and a determined stare entered the ring it was her first fight against adult women..