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Equalization, the quest for perfection

Rarely do we hear outcries for we humans to seek perfection as a species. Humans are discouraged by conventional wisdumb which preaches that seeking perfection is futile. While perfection itself may be unattainable within our lifetimes, greater degrees of perfection are a must for making progress as a species. Human civilization has evolved by trial and error. The way we think and act has a historical foundation and the tendency is to be repetitive and do what we think works over and over.

However, today looking back and contemplating the future we now have tools that we can use to equalize or balance our entire planet. Nature must be our model for balance. It is the only model that exists and is proven to work.

Some will argue no and point to events rather than measure the whole of nature. Certainly no one species can control nature however one species is destroying nature.
We humans.

Today we humans now better understand the problems we’ve created over 5 million years as a species. Yet we keep repeating our mistakes.

The idea of nations as divisive socioeconomic barriers is one major problem. Allowing religion to displace science and technology is another.

The idea of the individual being more important than ALL individuals has led humanity down a path of utter destruction and chaos. Freedumb encourages deviant behavior and fetishes. Simple logic holds the solutions for what ails humanity today. The perfection of nature is a perfect example for us to follow. There are imperfections within a perfect model but they dissolve and are merged into the ALL.

We are mislead by our acute tunnel vision. The fallacy of the particular causes us humans to argue over details and overlook the big picture. We are egomaniacs. Goals for perfection though not 100% attainable will make immeasurable improvements in very small increments.

If we are at x perfection today then [ x + (1% of x) ] will impact the planet in astounding ways.
Goals for 100% perfection should include:
reduce inefficiency to 0%
reduce waste to 0%
reduce ignorance to 0%
reduce disadvantage to 0%

There are millions of actions both minor and major we can begin to take to improve the planet. Progress in even 100ths of a percentile will yield enormous beneficial results.
Categorically we can sort out, prioritize and enumerate these actions. Each human being can contribute towards greater perfection in ways they alone are capable of controlling & performing. Reducing wasteful consumption is an example of just one simple easy action anyone can perform. In fact we all unconsciously and subconsciously already contribute to or detract from perfection.

Using nature as our template for perfection we should reinforce the balance of nature starting with mitigating the effects of human population. Technically and scientifically we can balance all populations of living organisms on the planet by restoring nature.

We humans however have the sole capability to repair & optimize nature and the responsibility as well … absent a reset in the form of some event that wipes the human slate of life clean as was the case with dinosaurs. Nature has endless amounts of time to recover barring some astrological event that destroys the planet. Humans have existed only 5 million years while life on earth aka nature dates back billions of years.

This is an endless topic of discussion and my blogs reflect many threads of thought. I cannot alone grasp the entirety of what I am writing but I am certain that together human beings can form a more perfect union on a planetary level.

Read my blogs and contribute your ideas to this Zeitgeist. Share thoughts with others and begin the process of perfecting ourselves using nature as our template.

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