Re: Resource Based Economy
I think it will solve the 3 world`s problems, render people equal, stop most crime and free up people to do what their heart desires. There will be enough supplies for everyone, you do not want what you have. And if you have everything there is nothing to covet.
There is enough resources, and the technology to start with it. But it takes all the people in the world to unite, and think as a whole. Not to think profit and being better than everybody else. 90% of the worlds wealth is under control of 5% of it`s people, the will not likely give it up, and they have the power to back it up. A silent revolution is the best option to get the establishment of it`s foundation.
It is an utopian idea, an very little chance for it to be obtainable. But there is always hope.....
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