The need for science fictional thinking


  1. Robert

    To be honest, I’m quite disappointed no one has commented on this – it’s great. At the end of the day, it could be argued that planning is about finding a way to ‘blend in’ with culture but if you want to lead it – and go potentially to totally new places that redefine you and your future, you have to think illogically. Or as I tell people, it has to have twisted logic.

    I’ll shut up now.

    • Martin Weigel

      I’m more bemused that no-one wants to discuss living in the age of the military-industrial-surveillence complex.

      But I am pleased to see you here!

  2. Rob

    I’m always here, I just don’t understand all the big words people say so I keep quiet.

    And trust me, when you live in China, fearing the NSA is spying on you would be a holiday.