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We Need a Unified Quasi-Linear Approach to Progress

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posted on May, 1 2010 @ 10:12 PM

We Need a Unified Quasi-Linear Approach to Progress

We as a species are moving into a future without direction. We roughly know the destination we want to travel to, instead of taking the most efficient road, we are sending ourselves out in every direction and hoping we'll somehow all bump into it and everything will be okay.

IMO what we need to do:

We need to decentralise power, centralise information(-management), limit waste(d energy) and move toward responsible worldwide goals that have been thoroughly-debated by an international community (in pursuit of Truth not ego gratification), in a sound order of completion-implementation-chronology inside of a sound (infra)structure based on sustainability and supreme functionality.

Perhaps my idealism is too close to the Georgia Guidestones for some - but unless we want to return to cavemen through a cataclysmic and catalytic event as a result of our ignorance before we rebuild, only hoping that there will be institutional or cultural memory preventing the same mistakes from happening. Then coming together and moving forward in Love & Logic is our only solution.

Because time moves slower for planets, than it does for humans, and catalytic junctions that will take place in our future are already happening in the planets present.

posted on May, 1 2010 @ 10:18 PM
May i refer you to a previous thread? I don't mean to take away any of your thunder, just introducing you.
May 7th, ATS Meditation.

I am not sure if this is your type of thing or not.

posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 08:33 PM
Such things don't occur from the top down but instead the bottom up. This isn't reagonomics. By the time it reaches international stages, many things will have already changed.

posted on Oct, 24 2010 @ 03:58 AM
reply to post by ghostsoldier

Yes but the problems are two -fold.

Firstly the diciples of senator Joe McCarthy will yes comminism or socialism or something. So America will not take part on that basis.


Secondly the lobbyist from big business will campaign for this not to happen.

I think we have more chance of going bankrupt globally, in one great big desert whilst having half a dozen nuclear wars over race or religion.

Sorry I am starting to take a dim view of humanity.

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