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Earth is abundant with plentiful resources. Our practice of rationing resources through monetary control is irrelevant and counter-productive to our survival.
People will continue to search for answers to universal and perplexing problems. But to find meaningful answers, one must first know what questions to ask.
We must stop constantly fighting for human rights and equal justice in an unjust system, and start building a society where equal rights are an integral part of the design.
Our times demand the declaration of the world's resources as the common heritage of all people.
As we begin to plan for a new human society, we need to foster common values about clean air, water, and other elements of self-sustenance. These, along with a complete inventory of Earth's resources, will form the basis for a holistic approach to cybernated decision-making.
Although many of us consider ourselves forward-thinkers, we still cling tenaciously to the old values of the monetary system.
When education and resources are available to all without a price tag, there will be no limit to the human potential.
Science and education, when devoid of a social conscience or environmental and human concern, are meaningless.
War represents the supreme failure of nations to resolve their differences. From a strictly pragmatic standpoint, it is the most inefficient waste of lives and resources ever conceived.
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And of all axioms this shall win the prize,— 'Tis better to be fortunate than wise.
March 13, 1916
May 18, 2017
Jacque Fresco was an American futurist and self-described social engineer. Fresco was self-taught and has worked in a variety of positions related to industrial design.
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