- Mats Kaarbø
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Connecting the Dots for a Better World
In a high-tech world, where automation is liberating us from monotonous and often painful jobs and labor and at the same time is providing abundance, one must begin to question and rethink how we could and should conduct ourselves here on Earth and what really matters.
A study done by World Hunger Education Service Associates reveals that our world produces enough food to feed everyone, but that the principal problem is that many people in the world do not have sufficient land to grow, or income to purchase, enough food. http://www.worldhunger.org/articles/Learn/world%20hunger%20facts%202002.htm
A MIT report shows that we have 4000 years of untapped clean and renewable geothermal energy that can easily meet the energy needs of tomorrow. http://geothermal.inel.gov/publications/future_of_geothermal_energy.pdf On top of that we have solar, wind, wave, tidal and piezoelectric energy sources as well.
So, instead of counting money (as we do today), which has no relevance to the physical world, what if we focused on counting the balance of Earth’s resources? By applying the scientific method for decision-making thus social concern and thus intelligently manage and allocate our finite natural resources based on the carrying capacity of Earth, we could easily create a sustainable planet keeping abundance high, eliminating poverty, decreasing nearly all crimes and violence as a result of eliminating poverty, and move innovation beyond traditional employment thus increasing our quality of life at an exponential rate.
OK, but how could one possibly be able to count and track Earth's resources at any given time maintaining a high abundance for all? Let's visualize it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=fSxIT3LixaE
The laws of nature, the way I see it, is the only real true government and regulatory system that has or will ever exist.