An open space for global conversation
Dealing with problems will stay with us forever, but it will be much easier to do once we start resolving problems--all the differences, controversies, conflicts, and complaints that there ever are amongst us--by starting unifying and harmonizing all of our ideas about what the ideal world should be like by what-so-ever expedient means available to us.
Everyone would have a chance to input their ideas about what the world should look like.
These ideas would be vetted against all that we know about the Earth and societal processes--an ongoing learning.
Some notions about how it could happen are expressed at www.ModelEarth.Org
Location: the Earth
Latest Activity: Dec 9, 2011
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This discussion starter and some of what follows it are pertinent to what I've submitted in this group's space.
I just elaborated on my 11/22 comment in another nook.
"improve the planet's future"
It was a slip to use planet in that way. I meant world, as in "make the world a better place."
Perhaps because I don't believe there will much longer be energy for global projects, I tend to think of simultaneous, parallel efforts in bioregions that, in sum, give humans a future and improve the planet's future. It seems to me that such focus and participation is the most fair way to ensure that "everyone would have a chance to input their ideas about what the world should look like."
Soon I'll look around the site you recommended.
David Eggleton added a comment to your profile on Occupy Cafe
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If you are Creator and judge of fitness-to-participate, how will co-operation develop and thrive?
I have a bad experience from other discussion groups--too many "members" joining with the help of bots and subsequently starting spamming.
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