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posted on Jan, 31 2005 @ 01:27 PM
Im not sure what topic this should go under so i put it under fragile earh as it effect the earth as much as the population that inherits it.

The earth is seperated by countries, religions, races, and superioity. Why does this have to be the case? Our world is full of people that need help and have suffered because of neglect from far superiour nations.

It is possible for all the countries to be as one to share the worlds resources equally according to who needs it. Money would not be much of an issue as we would use our planets resources to benifet man-kind in a way that we only take what we need. All world suffering would siece. Terrorism would be easier to control/destroy?

These are just a couple of possible things that might happen if it were to come true.

Wouldnt this be a better planet to live on? Where discrimination against race, colour, height, religion, sex, weight... etc not exsisting? Everyone on the planet being able to use, learn about technology in an equal way? This would dramatically increase our technology throughout the years that it is constructed. We would all as humans be regarded as an intellgent, peaceful, and Advanced race.

Does anyone else have any thoughts on this?

posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 11:35 PM
This planet believes in Egoism, greed, lack of good god faith, belive in revenge (hate) punishment, no understanding of
the extreme dangers of power & making power f weapon.No safety zone thinking & much more bad values
The hole planet is in lack of experience. -All people & planet limits will be forced again &aga.

About irrational hate : mr revenge plays a key role
This feeling-mess people take serious and it makes eternal
global detours
!. Deep primitive hate have no end ,just like love
It contains intence refuse and condemnation.darkness no end
Those who hate therebye dont know of the good things of a
Its the most stupid feeling of all.results eternal revenge in
Hate creates a limited world and lets fantasi and random def
of old incidents
again and again used to rule.
again and again used to rule.
some area of earth is populated by "call them invisible but material beeings
Dont build anything in this areas.To few humans can guide in
vu areas, and i hope more people can reach new levels 6?
I use astrologi, numberologi, alphabetologi, religion & o(u)ther contacts Walking the sunny side will only force nights and nightmares on us
Try getting the waves small as a dc line not ac line
Make safety sone-distance to dangerobjects/dangeous guns
Dont touch agression or weapon(its always ingredient in
warfare & crime)and sure not friendly those viruses
Dont eat coffe cake chips coca cola cream cake candy
cigar cigarettes next christmas costs y and causes calories cancer ++
Dont be to happy ,rich and so on.Prisonguards dont like joking
In t mean time only fix existing houses, and leave vulnerable areas`s & the rain forest t tsunami

[edit on 2-2-2005 by knutjar]

[edit on 2-2-2005 by knutjar]

posted on Feb, 2 2005 @ 10:57 AM
The major problem I see is the population. There are just too many people on the planet for this concept to work properly. The reason is simple: location. Some people want to live in places that others are in. In the situation you proposed, this could potentially lead to disputes over where people want to live. Now, ideally, everyone would be happy with were they were (but people are not ideal). Most Humans tend to have a bad habit of always wanting more. They won't settle for 'enough.'

Personally, I think your idea is excellent except for the technology part. Technology is massively responsible for the overpopulation of the world. It cures deseases (the Earth's natural population control mechanism). For your concept to truely work people would have to accept the fact that death happens. It's part of life. There is no point in fearing it.

Now, I'm not saying people should welcome death to the point of suicide but I do mean that if someone is dying they should not prolong it or stop it with medical technology. This is what is primarily causing human overpopulation.

posted on Feb, 2 2005 @ 05:25 PM
What you're advocating is a global government and socialism -- and both have been tried many times over the millenia, and failed miserably every time.

Hey, don't get me wrong -- your goals are noble -- but they don't take human nature into account at all. People are competitive, people like to work hard and be rewarded for their efforts, etc. Also, while all the types of discrimination you list are clearly wrong, you need to keep in mind that there are types of discrimination that are actually useful. For example, moral discrimination -- a murderer and a minister may share equal human rights, but they are clearly not equal in society.

The problem this planet has -- and always has had -- is that the corrupt governments are too many, while the good (although never perfect) governments are too few. Dictatorships, communist nations, "no man's lands" ruled by warlords and organized crime -- those are the main problems on this planet.

What we need is a world full of regulated free market democratic republics.

posted on Feb, 2 2005 @ 05:32 PM
'Regulated' free market, where security, infrastructure, education and medical care are provided through taxation = Socialism...

The economies of the west are all socialistic, including America, if you want unrestricted capitalism, total freedom for market forces try Somalia...

posted on Feb, 2 2005 @ 07:48 PM

Originally posted by Flange Gasket
'Regulated' free market, where security, infrastructure, education and medical care are provided through taxation = Socialism...

Not necessarily. Even the biggest fans of free market capitalism knows that there are certain things that the market won't provide, because they cost too much and have few returns, despite their importance (such as a military force, the Interstate system, etc.) This is not to say such industries are impossible to privatize, but at the current time, the technology available does not make such things profitable.

There's no doubt that the U.S. (and many other countries) are way over-regulated, but it is no where near being an actual socialist country. It's like having the flu (being an over-regulated free market) vs. being dead (pure socialism)...

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