posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 01:29 PM
Exceptional video. What this person says is mostly true, but this goes against the present conditioning that is now being done. If we allow people
to work together and not to restrict them too much, it can have a very synergenic boost to our societies. But as this stated, the present tendency of
people in society to polarize is a very big problem with this system. I can't see this happening.
We need jobs of all kinds in society, not just jobs for the intelligent. The problem is that everyone deserves to work if they want and the present
system causes a monetary class division along an intellectual division pattern, with those who finish college thinking they are better than those who
don't and a corresponding feeling that their value is more. It really only means that a person is better because they are smarter, it only means they
can do a kind of work that others can't or don't desire to do. A person working at NASA is no better than a person working at a farm or in a factory
in reality, although many with degrees think they are.
I have learned many things since I left school, I never stopped learning. My daughter was in college for five years and was stuck on the idea she
needed a college education to be anyone. She still had a couple of years to get a degree. She wanted to go to India to study Yoga, I told her she
should go instead of college. She did it for three years for about six weeks and got a nice flexible job in the meantime and has been working at that
for about five years, making more than she would have made if she finished college. She also gets to travel all over the country and meet new people
and learn. If she would have finished college, most likely she would have hated her job after a few years because she is like me...She loves learning
and gaining new experiences.
I give a star and flag to this thread. I feel that some of this should be incorporated into education but I also feel that it may be nearly
impossible to accomplish in a few years because of the polarized nature that has consumed this country and others. Technology has not made us
smarter, it has made us dependent on technology and narrowed our vision. It takes millions of dedicated neurons to operate a remote control.
Although we have billions of neurons, think of how many it takes to run an Iphone and memorize patterns in X-box games. Unless you can successfully
dump this processor hungry stuff, the kids will suffer in school.
Only complaint....The last twenty or so seconds the voice ended abruptly
Makes you wonder what the conclusion of the video says, if it said
anything at all
edit on 25-7-2013 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)