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Forget about printing guns. How is the 3D printer going to effect the world economy. When the technology to email and print music/cds became cheap and widespread it basically gutted the music industry. Many companies went out of business and many many people lost their jobs. What's going to happen economically when that same thing happens to other industries?? It's going to happen relatively fast. So get ready for a crazy ride.


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     ガンの印刷は、忘れた方がいい。     3D の印刷が世界経済にどのように影響するか。メールが可能になり音楽の印刷やCDが安く、普及したために、音楽の業界は空になった(=根こそぎやられた)。     破産した会社は多いし、職を失った人は数えきれないくらいだ。同じことが他の業界にも起こったら経済的に何が起こるだろうか。    (この影響は)比較的速く起こる。だから気違い染みた乗り物に乗る覚悟をするんだね、





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