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(The Consumerist)   So, how far off were the technological predictions of 1967′s Home Of The Future? (w/video)   (consumerist.com) divider line 4
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2013-01-31 01:36:26 PM  
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NBSV: Plastic that can be melted and remolded melts at a low enough temp it wouldn't simply really get rid of the remaining food. It would just be blending whatever is on the plate into the next thing it makes.

These are always funny because predicting technology is always going to be impossible. Things like a microprocessor completely changes things. While others like dishes and cooking will remain basically unchanged. Frozen food in a microwave is no way to eat.


That's why you heat it for 3 to 5 minutes (depending upon your wattage).
2013-01-31 12:47:27 PM  
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dletter: Flint Ironstag: I want my flying car dammit!

/Oh yeah, and the sex robot.
//In fact, forget the flying car.

What about a flying sex robot?


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2013-01-31 11:30:52 AM  
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jfarkinB: dletter: What about a flying sex robot?

...who gives a flying fark?


Those who possess circumferentially-kinetic perforated pastries.
2013-01-31 11:11:56 AM  
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dletter: What about a flying sex robot?


...who gives a flying fark?
 
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