I'm a game designer, a games researcher, and a future forecaster. I make games that give a damn. I study how games change lives. I spend a lot of my time figuring out how the games we play today shape our real-world future. And so I'm trying to make sure that a game developer wins a Nobel Prize by the year 2032. Learn more here in my bio or get my contact information on my contact page.
The scariest part of that article was that the first listed energy alternative was coal! Imagine, a shortage like we saw in World Without Oil inspires the big industrial nations to embrace synthetic oil as the fast, dirty solution. That's some seriously negative thinking, but it's not a stretch.
Thats been bugging since I read it this morning. What can be done about this? I suspect the game industry, even in its more wild, fringe, web-based sectors, would be hit by such a global recession.
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