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Originally posted by np6888
reply to post by VonDoomen
I would say lowering house prices should be the priority. Now the intention of the government in raising the house prices was so that people would have to keep working, and I can see that type of thinking, as they don't want a "lazy" society. However, the problem is that the people who can afford them will not want to work eventually anyway, all the while the poor can't afford them.
In addition, there are better ways to motivate people to work, such as giving them retirement benefits, after they've worked for a number of years, for example.
The U.S has one-third empty houses, there are no reasons why house prices should be that high. Lower the house prices, and people would not have to nickle-and-dime everything.
After that, give everyone a free laptop and internet access. That seems to be the best way for people to gain knowledge these days.
Originally posted by Emiiiiiil
What 30 questions was posed?
What was the content of the questions?
Are british fields the best galactic writingpaper?
Why Bulgarian scientists?
Leaves me with more Q than A's
Originally posted by DJM8507
It would make sense that an advanced civilization would use crop circles. It would be public, easily viewable and the complexity of them would be a testimony to it being made by a means other than human intervention.