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I completely agree, that would be a fool's errand (or someone with a large government grant). What I'm trying to do, I think, is find out why so many of our communications here and in the world are simply bombs thrown at each other.
Personally, I don't think it's possible to try and nail down all the motivations behind all the threads here in one theory and keep it anywhere near coherent.
Thank you. I was hoping for people like you to show me how to complete the baking of this idea.
It seems to me that trying to tie everything up in a neat little bow with only a few descriptive words is probably not going to work out though. While you might be on the right track, you are being too vague and limiting with your criteria.
Originally posted by charles1952
reply to post by loveguy
I know when I've met my master. You've put a brilliant point into just a few words. The problem is, I can't figure out what the point is. Could you help me out?
I certainly agree with you here. I thought "hatred" would be a longer lasting, more maevolent, emotion, so I slipped that in.
Anger has such a small "half-life" in my opinion. It requires constant fueling, and is, in the end, self-defeating.
But the agency said action was needed to ensure investment in infrastructure to help more people access the net.
"The brutal truth is that the internet remains largely [the] rich world's privilege, " said Dr Hamadoun Toure, secretary-general of the UN's International Telecommunications Union, ahead of the meeting.
"ITU wants to change that."
What I was wondering was if it was possible to identify the problem a little more clearly, put it under a microscope as it were.
It's not just ATS, the problem with the world is hate, jealousy and fear, no? How do we fix that?
reply to post by charles1952
Help me out. Polish up this idea, or show it's complete nonsense. I think I've got the start of something, but need your help.