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xx Can we improve the Human Society?
« Thread started on: Jul 6th, 2010, 9:52pm »


My opinion about the Human Society is presented in a short article here:


Let us see if an "organism type" society, described below, will bring us more advantages than the current existent human societies.

For the beginning, is there any similarity between the way people live together in a country and the way cells live together in a living organism?

Let us mention here just three of them:

Societal level - Organism level

* food production, delivery (agriculture, food stores) - digestive system
* security (police, army) - immunity system
* resources transfer among people (money, goods etc.) - circulatory system

Therefore, we already have the tendency to this kind of society, in other words, we are on the right path, but it may take more time (many years) until we actually achieve it.

Next, we can mention just three main advantages of such an "organism type" society:

* All employed
Each individual will be motivated to do something useful for mankind like each cell is doing something useful for the entire organism.

* Improved interpersonal relationship
We should accomplish such a level of behavioral education that all humans will understand and help each other while living together, like the cells of our body do, with no conflict between them, assuring the healthy life of the organism.

* More equitable distribution of resources
In an organism, no cell is left without the minimum resources required to live. This is preferable to happen in a human society too.
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