Saturday, 14 May 2016

World without humans

In his pretty well known book 'The world without us' American writer Alan Weisman investigates how the world - including all of its' cities - would look like when humans, due to some mysterical disaster, have disappeared. His conclusion: within a few hundred years whatever remains of intelligent life would hardly remember us, humans.

Now, that can be a scary thought, but it also offers us a lot of freedom to rethink the way we have been organizing ourselves, and our cities until now. In a short movie Weisman explains how our house will deteriorate, see above.

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