posted on Nov, 26 2008 @ 10:47 PM
This is going to sound far out, but I've often tossed this idea around my brain - What would I change or do differently?
First you'd need to sort out all the problems that would need to be solved, i.e. Pollution, over-population, starvation, poverty - or social
inequality, violence, disease, education, etc.
I think if you narrowed it down to over-population you'd be making a fairly good head start. Now you could go ahead and neuter scads of people - and,
although terribly practical, it would be pyscologically damaging in the extreme, and socially impractical. You could introduce a one-child rule, but
we've seen how socially distructive this is in China. You would need a population control ideal that would satisfy the biological imperitives to
procreate that many of us have, and yet follow a ratio of human:land mass to avoid over-crowding any one particular area.
I suggest we all have our living quarters under-ground, and grow our food and oxygen above ground....
It's a wild theory, but it means there's
plenty for all. Good luck getting it into practicality though!