reply to post by difsjf
Well, its easier I guess to ask lots of questions instead of trying to figure them out yourself but maybe you're working your ass off and lack the
time to think, so I will try to give some answers.
What about the laws against rape and child molestation?
The persons that do those kind of things are people with psychological problems and often people that grew up in #ed up homes and places and molested
as children. Obviously, in the rare occasion that someone was for ex. raping a child, he would be put in a Mental Hospital where all kinds of doctors
would try to find out what is wrong with him. I assume that 1% of the population would have to stay in such a place because they are a threat for the
rest of the society, for us who see raping as unacceptable and a violation of our freedom rights.
In criminology, there is a term called "the motive" that is the reason that a crime was commited in the first place. If you have your basic needs
(food, housing, etc) provided, then you have no motives to commit 95% of the crimes that are commited in America today.
There has to be someone working (robot supervising, city design, etc)
I think that in a society where money doesn't exist, one of the things that will separate people will be the jobs they do. A painter does not paint a
picture because his boss or supervisor tells him to do so, but because he likes to do it. A singer does not write and play a song because he has to,
but because this is what he LIKES to do in his life. He gets pleasure from it. In the modern world most people do not like their jobs, if they are
lucky enough to have one. I believe that a city designer could design a city for the seer pleasure of creation and the pride of designing that
particular city. A robot supervisor would supervise a giant robot to build a bridge and feel super proud to tell his wife and children about it cause
"he" made that bridge. If a 30 year old teacher decides that teaching is not what he expected to be, he could go back to univercity and try whatever
If there is no money to buy tickets to a concert, who decides who gets to sit front row and who has to sit balcony?
Ok, Madonna is in town and the town stadium can fit only 50k people. There are 2m living here, and 1 million of them have signed up for an online
ticket. So, Madona has to give at least 20 concerts. But she wants to play only for 3 days. What happens then?
I guess the best system would be a random one, that is getting your ticket via a lottery. Same goes for seats, backdoor pass, and everything else.
Anyway, I would like to conclude that the world we live now is unfairly brutal and full of unequalities. I hope that every man and woman on this
planet will have the right to freedom of speech and movement, to healthcare and housing, to clean food and water, to education and freadom of
creation. The venus Project looks like it is pointing to the right direction. I'm definetely going with it.