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May 15th, 2008, 11:33 AM #16
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And I'd use the 'system' to make it happen knowing full well that using the system reinforces the system. It is also the one certain peaceful mode of changing the system.
A steady-state population spread out more or less evenly across the globe with water, food, and shelter available to all. Human connectedness depends upon meeting survival needs, safety and security needs.
Assuming that not every human feels connected to every other human in the same way, and family grouping clusters will exist, and farms will have to exist between population groups, how exactly would this even distribution be effected? Does this entail reproduction limitations? State schools? Vertical vs. horizontal distribution?
Consequently, the first order of business is to work on the global water supply, i.e., making the water supply global.
I can only assume then you would approach environmentalism as a globally managed environmental practice versus a bordered wild-environment practice.
On the other hand, if water was not an issue in the Middle East or Africa or the Outback or the Sonororan Desert or the Gobi, then food might be less of an issue.
My next priority is working the water purification issue to make all water usuable.