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You don't even have to go that big if you want to do something really.The most simple things still count, like buying a piece of bread to a kid you see on the street while you are walking by.Anything makes a difference.
Yes he can.http://www.spiritscienceandmetaphysics.com/the-20-year-old-who-plans-to-remove-all-plastic-from-the-ocean/
Well I can only say good luck on that.Still the best person in world will be one who will do this things:1. Stop wars ( Humans are idiots soo there is no way for this)2. More jobs, better status ( everyone is rich - kinda, no way for this too)3. Global government (every country in world in one goverment - unity, it will be done in future but who knows when)....I am not saying that remove plastic is bad, it is cool but still there is soo much more things to do than that plastic. xD
1. We currently live in one of the most peaceful times in human history. Ironically, this might actually be due to the widespread presence of weapons of mass destruction, mostly nuclear weaponry. Nuclear-armed countries simply don't start wars with one another out of fear of mutually assured destruction. In fact, Pakistan and India stopped having wars and skirmishes after both countries gained nuclear capabilities. The price of war in the modern era is becoming too steep, and virtually all of it is asymmetric, proxy wars, or border skirmishes these days. We haven't had a large scale war since World War II.2. Not going to happen. In fact, this is probably going to get worse as technology improves. There's no way for everyone to be rich. Scarcity of resource is always going to be an issue and it will only be compounded as the global population increases. Additionally, as machines take the place of more and more humans, we're going to see radical changes in the market. Cars that can drive themselves are going to be on the road within the next few decades -- we have prototypes that work already. That will probably get rid of the human element in the transportation industry, or at least drastically reduce it, and that's a major source of blue collar work. As time continues, machines will only get more efficient at replacing us and in the future, blue collar work might be unheard of. That's a problem, because most people, worldwide, are employed in those sectors. Those people don't usually have the money to get a higher education needed for white collar work, and if they did, those fields usually have a limited number of people actually needed for them.3. Outside of perhaps a handful of splinter groups, I don't think most people want a global government. A large enough section of U.S. politics doesn't even support a central government as strong as it is right now. A good chunk of the United Kingdom wants to secede from the European Union. A good chunk of Scotland wants to secede from the United Kingdom. The European Union essentially tries to be this for Europe in a sense and things like the new currency system have hit a lot of smaller countries' economies hard. Additionally, having a global government making laws that everyone has to abide by won't work well for humanity on the whole, as it fails to take into account that different areas of the world are always going to have different cultures and needs, be it through isolation of the populace or simply the different environments people live in.All of those things are either unfeasible for a variety of reasons or simply something that would probably not be in anyone's best interest. In the meantime, removing the amount of plastic floating around in our oceans is something I think we can agree is something worth time and effort. This sort of mindset detracts from when people come up with a good idea that would benefit everyone. There are bigger problems in the world, so we should all sit on our asses and complain about that instead of fixing something else that can more easily be fixed and needs fixing.
The technology is making us more and more materialistic and less aware of what is happening around us. before an Egyptian middle age if alive at this time, would be more intelligent than average, they read more books did not have technology as now, was otherwise. with their tools grew more knowledge / brain, exercising more (this was a discussion of a televison program I saw) a lot of information now ecstatic estamospreñados of information, too much memory .before we had more discussion they said that the technology over the millennia we have lost intelligence, empathy, sociability and true. isolate ourselves now with computers, technology is making us stupid in some way captavamos .before the information now so there it costs more to keep it in our brain.Also they said that governments can exist between a kind of conspiracy against the people, because these individuals are those who govern and dictate our world and rules, because the most important things and people out of work, people needing special care, etc ... and other problems there, the politicians are taking away iron case, because they are not interested as they charge their pay, just talking and all goes the same way.The solution, to change the government of some countries and mirasen a little more for the common people because without them we would not be what they are.
Yes, because a site called "Spirit Science and Metaphysics" certainly wouldn't be associated with pseudoscience in any way, shape or form. They're obviously a trustworthy and factual source of information that I can rely on and take all of the information they spew out at face value.
Sure ordinary ppl can save the world....everyone can. You just have to know how. Even if it's something small and no one is noticing it.(the following is just a troll...hope you like it xD)I saved the world once too. But no one noticed it. I destroyed a Meteor with a Kamehameha in SSJ3 form (dunno how i did it xD). I saved the world but no one knows. Luckily someone took a picture of me while doing it. Here the screen (sry but couldn't draw a better one that fast xDDDDD)Sorry...but i had to troll ;D
There's no such thing as impossible.
Wouldn't that ordinary person become extraordinary???