Justice Jackson described his fear of what happens when the ends of government become remote from the wishes of the people due to the meddling of the bar and its assertions of fake complexity. “When free government becomes too perplexing and futile,” he said, “the people turn to dictatorship. It is the simplest form of government.”
Well, Unity does have LoadLevelAdditiveAsyc which is a foundation for streaming levels continuously (plus some of the Pro features to help with this are now free in 5). Unreal has level streaming. It's not that there's no support. It's that the real question is what kind of data loading does a particular game actually need.
But even if there was substantial dissent, Young seems right about one thing: miners don't have much choice.
And that's because ethereum developers have built in a so-called"difficulty bomb" – a piece of code that gradually slows down the rate that ethereum blocks are issued on its blockchain in order to convince users to move over to a new chain.
So, even if miners continue to mine the old version of ethereum, they'll be economically disincentivized to keep doing so.