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January 16, 2013 in Technology

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Come and take my 3D Printer!

The reality of the situation is finally settling on many Americans who weren’t paying attention. Executive decrees are being used as a vehicle to infringe on our right to keep weapons. It seems to be enough to shake people out of their lackadaisical attitude towards criminal government activity. So as government throws this “hail marry” attempt to seize power we might stop playing football with them and start using our martial art to slam their wide receiver into oblivion.

If you don’t get what I’m trying to say let me try to say it in another way. Government functions in the realm of commerce (the football part), the people function in the realm of creativity (the aikido or judo part). So how do we the people unify and morally, spiritually slam this phony attempt to subvert our unalienable rights?

We need a way to go around all their tyrannical crud and operate without government. I believe that way is by technology. I’m talking about the libertarian utopia where the individual has the technological capacity to be forever free from any one. I don’t know how this is going to happen in the future but I think this relatively new technology of 3D Printing could bring us closer to the fruition of what I’m saying. I’ll stop exposing myself now and try to cover my tracks with some awesome technology links.

My printer…

BREAKING NOW: Printable Magazines

M140 445nm Laser Diode with RepRap

Reprap Printing with 405nm Laser Curing UV Resin


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  1. I’ve been thinking of investing in a 3D printer. Definitely worth the price for some of the newer ones. Soon, I bet it’ll be possible to print the whole thing (Probably using metal 3D printers or a high strength and resilient resin/plastic that becomes much harder to melt or destroy after the molding process). Neat stuff.

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