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The Future Many time periods have been interesting to those who were living in them Things arent going to change overnight even if they change rapidly Some issues are enormous fundamental and long-term such as male dominance social victimization or urban sprawl Meanwhile other critical issues play a smaller part such as disposable packaging youth crime family arguments that lead into gunfire and screeching tires Some things definitely must go because they affect our survival prospects like military overkill dangerous chemicals or fast population growth Many matters are debatable such as alcohol-abuse risky scientific research or biased nationalism We might say goodbye to such things as war secrecy faceless social disaffection and public powerlessness Soon enough it could be goodbye to dangerous stress tobacco burgers serial killings muggings and smog Times change Many of todays accepted virtues might one day be judged as crimes against humanity and nature which leads to the question What kind of world do you want to live in Our ancient habit is to stumble backwards into the future We feel that we as individuals make little difference as if history and the future just happen at us Obscure plans which have guided people forward in the past have now rendered themselves useless There are no known maps to show pathways into the future Well need to consider back to our hearts common sense and basic human capabilities Well need to consider the deep issues at stake and make deep choices about them This idea of disaster is actually an aide It activates resourceful survival instincts The human race needs to change course There are so many causes of large-scale disaster that it would need whole libraries to contain it While there is no way of knowing whether such possibilities could become real it is valuable to consider options and to make ideal adjustments without fear to help structure research and planning and to consider worst-case effects
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