If all tech disappears and population find itself 1000 years back, can we manage everything ?
Like can we manage systems as people of that ages could do. Or we happen to be totally illiterate considering systems at that times.
Haha, if we lose the technology we've invented over the past 1000 years, in a matter of weeks perhaps 6 billion people will die.
There won't be food for anyone.
Second to that, there won't be any protection from disease (no medicine = no diabetics, many types of disabled people etc. as well as no protection from common illnesses such as antibiotics for fevers). Additionally, of course there won't be electricity. Government's will collapse because the current people will have no need for a government that cannot feed or even accomodate its people.
The world would be in sheer anarchy and many many will die.
But many will survive and rebuild society back up.
It all depend on what spiritual knowledge one may have. Stability and integrity of spirit is the ground work for strength quality and progress. So it will be a spiritual matter of the intellect than it would be material or scientific.
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