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Social analysts Alvin and Heidi Toffler turn their attention to the revolution in wealth now sweeping the planet. This book is about how tomorrow's wealth will be. The emerging information wealth revolution comes complete with "prosumer" class . I have liked Alvin Toffler's previous books, and this one is no exception. Revolutionary Wealth is a book written by futurists Alvin Toffler and his wife Heidi Toffler, first Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version.


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PDF | On Jan 1, , José Antonio Ruiz Gil and others published Toffler, Alvin; Toffler, Heidi, La Revolución de la Riqueza. Alvin Toffler is adviser to companies and governments worldwide on advances in technology, politics, economics, and society. His other books include The Third. La Revolucion de La Riqueza (Spanish Edition) [Alvin Toffler, Heidi Toffler] on tvnovellas.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Shelves: favorites Astonishing. Can anyone tell you about the future? Maybe Alvin Toffler, the author, can do. Highly Recommended. Sep 21, Margaret Lozano rated it liked it This book feels dated - in some ways less relevant than "Future Shock," in spite of the fact that it's only eight years old. However, it does contain some interesting - and still applicable - ideas. Chief among these is the need for a new approach to education.

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Unsafe things are put on the market without sufficient testing. People blindly trust science as if its the very same thing as an authority figure or consensus knowledge.

Science has become a religion, a tool of the rich to persuade the public to buy what they're selling. The authors think GMO food is going to solve poverty.

As long as people have to BUY their food, there will always be poor people. There is no lack of food. GMO food has health risks.

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They are never tested in longterm studies. GMO food is invented so farmers can spray more poisons on the crops. Those poisons kill pollinators and harm humans as well. People would be better off being farmers. They may make no money but at least they would be fed by their produce! Not much use for money when you can live off the land. But oh no , the rich cats can't allow that. They want everyone to be a slave to the money, working for a boss, to enrich the ones at the top. Give a man a fish food , and you feed him for a day.

Teach him to fish grow food and you feed him for a lifetime. The book thinks its so great that scientists are going to put vitamins and vaccines into food to prevent things like vitamin a deficency and diarrehea. How about just improving sanitation and the cleanliness of wherever they get their water? Don't need fancy franken-foods to solve health issues.

Just clean the area and make sure there's access to clean water and food. But I guess this solution is not considered because it doesn't make anyone any money! The book is wrong about society becoming more individualized. As long as the majority of kids attend public school, most people will turn out the same.

De-massification is a good idea, however it's not realistic for it to happen with our population being as high as it is and only continuing to increase, not decrease. The authors talk like there's going to be so much individualization in the future, which is pretty funny since it's just an illusion of choice. You basically have a choice between Coke or Pepsi. Just a few companies own everything. The "revolutionary wealth" is the actions people take without pay prosumption.

The book says prosumption will somehow generate a bunch of real wealth money. Like self-help products. While they can make someone money, they will never be encouraged by government, because the health care industry wants people to continue seeing regular doctors, who require insurance, so that doctors and insurance companies can keep making money.

Self-sufficiency doesn't make people much money, so society will never encourage it. Sometimes people get lucky and their hobby can be sold for real money. But once it gets sold for real money, it is no longer prosumption but producing. And most people's hobbies do NOT result in money being made off them.

Prosumption is not a new phenomenon. As long as humans have existed, they have created things or done things without pay. When societies began using money, people then started selling their prosumption and it became producing.

The authors say that capitalism is dying just because people share bought stuff for free. But this act is illegal because the capitalist society doesn't allow it. That doesn't mean capitalism is dying. The item still cost someone money. The authors seem to think that capitalism dying would be great because it's a change, and all change is good.

But there is no wealth without capitalism. I doubt the authors would be happy if all the hard work they put into this long book got them no money in return. The authors think GMO food is going to solve poverty. As long as people have to BUY their food, there will always be poor people. There is no lack of food.

GMO food has health risks. They are never tested in longterm studies. GMO food is invented so farmers can spray more poisons on the crops. Those poisons kill pollinators and harm humans as well. People would be better off being farmers. They may make no money but at least they would be fed by their produce! Not much use for money when you can live off the land. But oh no , the rich cats can't allow that. They want everyone to be a slave to the money, working for a boss, to enrich the ones at the top.

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Give a man a fish food , and you feed him for a day. Teach him to fish grow food and you feed him for a lifetime. The book thinks its so great that scientists are going to put vitamins and vaccines into food to prevent things like vitamin a deficency and diarrehea. How about just improving sanitation and the cleanliness of wherever they get their water? Don't need fancy franken-foods to solve health issues. Just clean the area and make sure there's access to clean water and food.

But I guess this solution is not considered because it doesn't make anyone any money! The book is wrong about society becoming more individualized.

As long as the majority of kids attend public school, most people will turn out the same. De-massification is a good idea, however it's not realistic for it to happen with our population being as high as it is and only continuing to increase, not decrease. The authors talk like there's going to be so much individualization in the future, which is pretty funny since it's just an illusion of choice.

You basically have a choice between Coke or Pepsi. Just a few companies own everything. The "revolutionary wealth" is the actions people take without pay prosumption. The book says prosumption will somehow generate a bunch of real wealth money. Like self-help products.

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While they can make someone money, they will never be encouraged by government, because the health care industry wants people to continue seeing regular doctors, who require insurance, so that doctors and insurance companies can keep making money.

Self-sufficiency doesn't make people much money, so society will never encourage it. Sometimes people get lucky and their hobby can be sold for real money. But once it gets sold for real money, it is no longer prosumption but producing.

And most people's hobbies do NOT result in money being made off them.

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Prosumption is not a new phenomenon. As long as humans have existed, they have created things or done things without pay. When societies began using money, people then started selling their prosumption and it became producing. The authors say that capitalism is dying just because people share bought stuff for free. But this act is illegal because the capitalist society doesn't allow it. That doesn't mean capitalism is dying.

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The item still cost someone money. The authors seem to think that capitalism dying would be great because it's a change, and all change is good. But there is no wealth without capitalism. I doubt the authors would be happy if all the hard work they put into this long book got them no money in return. The authors later say, "the number and variety of buyable items available for purchase around the world is astronomical and growing every minute.

The book says that outsourcing has a positive effect because the foreign "well-paid" workers use their wages to buy American brand stuff.

That helps U. So outsourcing is only good for the companies, not American workers.