Jesse Davey

Coloundra, Australia

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Jesse Davey
Posted almost 3 years ago
Should governments globally be implementing population control measures?
@Jonathan Chu: There are people who have come up with technologies that would turn the world in the right direction in much less than 50 years. Tesla had designed technologies that would have had us on the right track a long time ago. But, sadly, fossil fuel companies have fought very hard to MAKE SURE that we do not solve the current crisis, for their own financial and schizophrenic gain. So when you say "we could solve our fossil fuel problems tomorrow" you are absolutely right. It comes down to the individual taking a stand, hence the occupy movement. I agree with you Gerald, though when you say wealth, I hope you don't mean financial wealth..
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Jesse Davey
Posted almost 3 years ago
Before I die, I'd like to live in a world where/that _________ ?
Before I die, I'd like to live in a world where: money and bartering don't exist. Where people actually trust each other, because we should. A world where we don't believe it is in our nature to be competitive.. A world where the leading institutions of the world are not built on greed and secrecy..
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Jesse Davey
Posted almost 3 years ago
Why evolution could never solve aging?
Being too improbable to ever occur is a bit of an odd thing to say, when the probability of us being here is almost impossible given another chance to start again. I think maybe "age" or "life cycle" or whatever, is relative to the size and time frame of the entity. Say, the universe is infinitely large, and for all we know, will go on for ever. Galaxies last for hundreds of billions of years (or so we think). Stars for many billions, etc. So maybe, because we move at such a speed in comparison to these larger entities, we live much shorter existences, like dogs or cats compared to us, or a cell.
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Jesse Davey
Posted almost 3 years ago
Why is the idea of education so strongly tied to a structured and systematic way of learning? Do other teaching styles have equal value?
Some people will disagree with me here, but thats what having an opinion is about no? In my experience, education, in general, focus' solely on producing one type of individual throughout society. Obviously, free thinking educated people would not soak most of the crap we, programmed sheep, seem to just put behind us and think, "ehh, doesn't effect me or my family, so it doesn't really matter right?" While slowly our freedoms are being taken away from us one by one. There is an obvious inherent skepticism over "alternative" education. Most people who do get educated at say, a Montessori school will be not as conforming and less "brain washed" so to speak, as those of us who are caught in the "normal" education system. This is a whole lot of talking with no real evidence to back it up but experience and obviousness. There are powers that be that would not like us to actually want to change this very self destructive, psychopathic journey that our current decision makers are taking us on. If you're reading this thinking, "ahh, this guys a bit of a conspiracy nut, better stop reading this now", I dare you to think deeply within yourself, within your experiences and tell me, and everyone else that this isn't true, that our current education system is great and taking us on the right path. /end rant