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Re: We Are So Smart Yet So Stupid, Will We Ever Allow Utopia?

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Posted by Devils' Advocate on October 26, 1999 08:30:32 UTC

The idea you are wondering about is admirable, but not feasible. Why? Because no one thinks alike. We are born with different fingerprints, therefore it stands to reason that our thoughts are different too. Some people strive for perfection; others for power. You know as well as I do there are people who are just plain evil and will do anything to upset any balance towards (Uptopia) perfection. Granted, the majority of the people of the world would like world peace, ban warfare, do away with money all together. Since the dawn of history, someone or some nation, idealogy, religion, beliefs causes strife among themselves and others. Those "others" must band together and make more ideas and beliefs to counter the "enemy". It was not meant to be that way obviously. In this day and age of hi-tech and diversity and let's not forget being "politically correct" you would think things would be better. But if you look real hard at that, you will see that those items are causing more problems than they were intened to in the first place. Good plan...bad timing.

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