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Old 12-13-2018, 04:25 PM
 
Location: Prepperland
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Why canít they..
  1. Find the fountain of youth
  2. Eradicate STDs that are now resistant to medication
  3. Eradicate HIV which destroys poor communities
  4. Solve world peace
  5. Solve world hunger
  6. Solve world poverty
  7. Solve government corruption
  8. Solve social inequalities along race, gender, color, religious culture, etc lines
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Originally Posted by Rocko20 View Post
For a human race thatís suppose to be intelligent, we just arenít too smart (referring specifically to the world peace part)
1. Why be young forever? The end goal for partially furred, variously garbed, electrically powered, food cooking, water filled, gas processing meat bags inhabited by sentient nondimensional beings is to ride them until they break, and get in line to ride another.
2. see #1
3. see #1
4. Tolerance of predators is unmerciful to their next victim.
5. stop environmental preservation, a suicidal / genocidal policy. embrace environmental amplification, 'thickening' the life bearing volume of human habitat, agriculture, and wildlife habitat.
6. Abolish money madness, the source of poverty. If money was the remedy, crediting everyone with 22 billion billion quatloos should be sufficient to eliminate the "NEED" for money. However, when no one "NEEDS" money, why would they trade their labor or property for MORE MONEY? Even the starving children are phenomenally wealthy.
Prosperity is based on prodigious production of surplus usable goods and services, equitably traded. It is not dependent upon the sum and value of circulating money tokens. What's stopping people from being productive? (If they answer "No one has enough money!" you know they're barking mad.)
7. See #4
8. Ascribing behavior and characteristics based on individual observation to a whole subgroup is a human failing, but not an excuse for "social equality" - a ghastly remedy. And ascribing bad behavior of a subgroup (or an individual) to the whole human race isn't wise. Just because an individual is StuPhd doesn't mean the aggregate shares in his achievement.
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Old 12-18-2018, 12:50 AM
 
Location: On the road
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If they can put a man on the moon why can't the top cover part of my cup-o-noodles stay down while steeping without me weighing it down with another object.
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Old 12-19-2018, 06:41 PM
 
Location: Cebu, Philippines
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Why can't they pipe a bassline into the center of the earth, to create a planetary seismic throb, to save bands from needing to buy all those big amps and subwoofers? Just lay the rest of the arrangement down over the furnished global thud-thud,
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