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Did materialism caused society to lose interest in space and the future?

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    It seems like back in the late 2000s and early 2010s interest in space and the future declined while materialism increased.

    After “Battlestar Galactica” ended in 2009 TV show producers seemed to have no interest in making anything set in space but were more than happy to make a billion reality shows.

    It is sad that shows based on Kim Stanley Robinson’s “Mars Trilogy” and Iain M. Banks “Culture” universe have had a hard time getting into Orbit to metaphorically speak.

    Did materialism kill the wonder of space and the future?

     

     

    #238264

    I’m not sure about the connection, but I do have to say that I’ve always been interested in space, so it’s not surprising that I like Star Trek and some other sci-fi.

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