- Jan 2017
I suspect the menu would be local , love thy neighbor !
That's a great question ..........but one history has already shown and the answer isn't pretty.In the event of a complete civilization collapse, will societal norms change in developed society to something primitive to that of that of much early times? Or will humans still to their morals and values of equality and democracy? How fixed can concepts like freedom, justice, equality, etc or do they change instantly in the face of the lack of institutions to back them up? Shows like the Walking Dead show that peoples in an apocalpyse will try to hold on to that ideals of society as long as possible, but nobody knows if that will work in real life. Can the same values be there or will they be more akin to early agricultural societies?
There was no collapse in the 12th century. We've covered this before. The so-called collapse and subsequent "dark age" are artificial constructs to try and reconcile the dodgy chronology we've been saddled with. If the chronology is revised, we see a gradual and orderly transition into the Archaic Period. Linear B was just a script used for administration; it was never used elsewhere in society. If we examine the use of Linear B and the Phoenician scripts in light of the revised chronology, we see both being used at the same time, with the latter gradually superseding the former and evolving into the Greek script .during the great collapse of the 12th century BC , linear B writing disappeared
if the medium is gone , the information is lost
a future society might not be able to access digital information ,due to a lack of spare parts ,once the last CD driver snuff its mortal coil
I suppose they might remain as decoration for a while