That's not realistic though. We're animals on the floating rock and we need things to thrive.
We've gathered resources for millions of years! Very traditional concept.
And given that you don't own other people, if you don't gather and produce everything yourself, you have to give something in return to the people who did it for you. (That's an economy.)
Work is essentially your contribution. We all have our little role. Do you also wish other people didn't work? Or you want other people to work, and you consume the things they worked for?
Given that technology improves over time and often compounds on itself to improve very rapidly, it gets easier and easier to make things. (Less cost.)
"Exponential growth rate of technology" is probably the term for it.
If it becomes so automated that the robots can produce what we need from farm to doorstep with little to no maintenance on our end, now there's little to no cost.
That's your realistic way of getting the things you need for nothing.
🤪🤪🤪 And for whatever wild-eyed reasons, the same people who want everything for nothing seem to also be the people who are really afraid of automation and think it's bad 🤪🤪🤪
A lot of cuckoo heads out there 😐