Resource Quantity in Communism

Danika Chesney

Cities that were once active metropolises on Earth are no longer inhabited by humanity; nature is plentiful and has reclaimed all that was originally created by man. Humans now inhabit pods which float above the surface of the Earth where they can explore as they wish. Cities on Earth are now museum artifacts of the past. All existing industries on Earth have been made automated and there is no longer a need for manual labour. The resources on Earth are so plentiful they have not only reclaimed the cities; the pods run on an unlimited amount of renewable energy provided by nature. The implementation of these pods is a government policy which ensures each individual is given an equal opportunity to determine their own quality of life. It seems to be an ideal world, however there is always the possibility for humanity to begin searching for more.





Ryerson Department of  Architectural Science Toronto, CA.