Poll: How often do you use facebook?
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#19
Bah the solution is simple.

Build a dyson swarm around the sun, not a complete one, just a partial one will do, take less than a decade.

Then use the setup used to build it along with the energy it provides to build orbital farms and produce more food that we know what to do with.

Make food free to the world due to oversupply, And end world hunger as a type 1.2 civ while simultaneously solving the energy crisis  Tongue

Probably solve all resource problems in short order due to the doors it opens as far as what's cheap to do at that point  Skeptical

Also cost less than the iss.

Not like anyone will go for it though, not because it's impossible, because it's not...
But because politics and corporate economics.

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(December 12th, 2020 at 5:11 PM)SpookyZalost Wrote: Getting back on topic, the endemic social media disease known as mass stupidity and herd mentality, because people are afraid to speak for themselves out of fear of becoming an outcast.

One of the biggest problems expelled and loneliness but that is exactly what social media do, reality is far away, pseudo friends who are not in my real world ... Likes for great food that I post? I can post plastic food if nobody can eat it
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Thank you for the detailed explanation @tc4me and @Guardian! This was very informative and educational. I did not know a lot of this before.

It makes sense. There are many people who want to help and are unaware of how. I envision a day when there is no longer poverty worldwide, when malnutrition and lack of clean water is a thing of the past. Over the past few decades, technology has brought us a long way, but there are still billions of people within developing nations. The corporate/business laws that you describe seem as though they would certainly do more harm than good, as you mention. A healthy economy needs to be able to support entrepreneurs in order to succeed.
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