posted on May, 18 2014 @ 09:50 PM
Yeah, on some philosophical level, this world is perfect, if one likes contrasts and to learn from environmental examples of what NOT to do, that
I'm of the opinion that a "perfect world" differs from psyche to psyche and most's idea of a perfect world would stay "perfect" for a few
minutes at most, or until other brains got involved.
However, a world where our economics aren't based on bullying and slavery (of a degree) and leave no one behind to starve or freeze, would be nice.
Also, emphasis put on systems to deal with stray waste material and chemicals is a good idea, too. A grand, common endeavor by our species, like
planetary clean-up and space exploration is a nice idea as well.
A population size where we don't step on each others toes, stress resources or promote pandemics sounds good, too.
And support of art and science ... and maybe a general balance of individual vs. mass rights to allow the maximum amount of freedom and expression as
long as it doesn't impinge on someone else? That would be nice as long as the supported rights/views aren't those held by psychopaths or the common
personality that seeks out leadership roles.