posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 10:37 PM
reply to post by NoRegretsEver
You are showing Fighter only. Hmm.
We are working on rejuvenating the Research Forum, and Rising Against has revamped it. The format is a bit different now, and if you don't
participate you lose you Scholar status. The poor forum has laid dormant since 2006. There are currently four Research Projects going on.
But darnit, NRE, any time you want a debate, I'm game. The Debate Forum is fast paced, compared to the new Research Forum.
I have a topic for you. "World Peace."
The premise is based upon the fact that humanity has been fighting wars ever since their ability to create fire. Wars were all about dominating
resources, taking down dominant regimes, and now about preventing minor regimes from gaining power. North Korea and Iraq come to mind. We are trying
to prevent their nuclear capabilities. The rest of the world functions together fairly well. Global Trade, and the Global Economy are more important
than fighting wars, which are now mostly limited to minor factions
Only two nations in the world don't belong to the United Nations. I see this as a prelude to achieving world peace, but in retrospect, wars are
still not abolished amongst particular factions.
Simply stated, "Is World Peace possible?"
I'll introduce that as the topic of discussion, and offer you a formal challenge. I'll take either side of the issue, so you can pick which side
you'll defend, if you are interested.
Let me know.