I think the I See Your True Colors And That’s Why I Love You Sign Language Shirt risk is technology. Advancing too much. My mother in law has an old copy of her Ph.D. thesis on a floppy disk in some obscure word processor format. Even though she still has it, it’s practically impossible to access the information in that form. Sure, given time you could decode the file, but how long before we would have to try to reverse engineer technology even read it correctly? How long before 8-tracks and cassettes are unusable because people don’t know or care to make anything that could possibly read them? Give it 1000 years, hand someone a cassette and tell them there’s important information on it. How much effort would it be to rediscover a lost (and primitive) technology in the hopes that you might learn something useful from it?
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Let’s take the positive. First and I See Your True Colors And That’s Why I Love You Sign Language Shirt that. If technology developments too well and too fast to be able to play old formats on their original play devices. I’m very sure it wouldn’t be hard at all to make a new device capable of reading the data. A tape uses the most simple method of producing sounds its vibrations on a piece of film. They made devices that could play music like that ages ago, with far less technology or knowledge of how things work. I’m sure with 3D printers and online downloadable schematics. Any everyday person could probably make their own VCR, tape recorder or something similar with a small amount of effort. In the future, it might even become a fun way to send messages or codes in an offline manner that can’t be scanned or copied or read by a machine with easy.
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But let’s say I See Your True Colors And That’s Why I Love You Sign Language Shirt bad stuff happens. And technology takes a dive and we don’t advance. Nuclear War or some shit. It’s more probably those devices will be lost completely as the require a pretty good storage method. Like not too many books or tapes or scrolls survive for long Un preserved. Even still we have record vaults that store all the collective data of humans on several methods in case of disaster. So it seems unlikely basic information will be lost to time. It’s just too well documented at the current state of humanity. Unlike ever before. I don’t see how we could go back from here without an extinction level event.
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