Comment on Miyazaki: “Stone Age Skills More Important Than Literacy” by Alexeon:

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@anon at 7:50

Because those math, chemistry, and Android-rooting skills are actually useful in our advanced civilization. Knowing how to start a fire without the use of a $1 cigarette lighter isnt.


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  • Miyazaki: “Stone Age Skills More Important Than Literacy”:
    “Intelligent peoples” as you put it do things with their minds.

  • Miyazaki: “Stone Age Skills More Important Than Literacy”:
    Its unlikely that people will forget how to operate their technology or how it works like in science fiction. Technology requires constant tuning and maintenance and that in turn requires a lot of knowledge. We wont end up being techno-barbarians like in Warhammer 40k or something.

  • Miyazaki: “Stone Age Skills More Important Than Literacy”:
    My little brother has a cell phone too. My parents work, I work, and my other brother stays at school until late so our schedules are pretty mixed up and we cant always pick him up at school but this way if something happens he has a way of contacting us. We can also call him to tell him if we will be picking him up or if special instructions are necessary (neighbor picking him up, etc.) Technology is an aid, not a detriment to the world. If you cant accept such a simple fact you should look …

  • Miyazaki: “Stone Age Skills More Important Than Literacy”:
    Man, another example of someone who should be locked up in a room and made to do creative work but never be allowed to speak publicly.

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