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More from Gerald Celente

[1992 will be remembered as the year most people will want to forget, because Americans] will be jolted into the realization that the institutions and experiments of the industrial age are ill-equipped to meet the demands of the emerging global age. - 1991
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During the old industrial age, the split between trade education and college education became very apparent. Now ... there'll be a bond between technology and academia. - 1993
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Telecommunications, technology, and computer software companies will be the entrepreneurs of the '90s and beyond, making these fields potential gold mines for investors. - 1993
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The trend toward working at home will escalate ... more and more people are going out on their own. They don't want to work for large companies anymore. They are going to run businesses out of their offices at home. - 1993
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More parents working at home, combined with dissatisfaction in public schools will swell the ranks of children being educated at home. - 1993
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We are moving out of the industrial age into a technological global age ... The institutions that were developed during the industrial age - health care, businesses, politics, education, religion - are all restructuring. People are not focusing on this, even though it is a worldwide phenomenon. This transition period is going to be difficult for those who don't recognize the nature and dynamics of the change. - 1993
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People are becoming addicted to all this stuff. It's like television. Look at the education fall-off since television began. Why? Kids are vegging out. People are becoming isolated from the outside world, literally and figuratively. They're dealing with pieces of equipment, rather than each other. - 1993
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We're moving at an exponential rate of change. This whole technological revolution is unsettling to a lot of us. These times are so uncertain for so many people, they're looking to the past for some kind of anchor. - 1995

 

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