26 April, 2018

My Special Message Regarding the Labor Day

I hope automation will stop this terrible 'Work cult', stopping these busy/insane times and block the bystander effect. I believe people are warm and not lazy somewhere deep down, beneath their iron charade. They should find time for other people in need: those who are sick, homeless, hungry, as I have by writing this blog, not just chasing material social symbols.

I dedicate this letter specially to the somewhat neglected group - sportsmen, writing about their suffering. Sometimes they say:
All the drama you'll ever need you'll find in sports
Many sports are using the ball and most often that ball is produced by child labor, read more here: FIFA Working to Eliminate Child Labor in Soccer Industry.

In addition to that, there is a list of association footballers who died while playing, I'm expressing my condolence.

The solution for fixing sportsmen suffering from my perspective is calling off cup competitions (by setting competition drama only once per month). I'm aware that such new rules won't fix all the problems, but it's the right way to end silly games.

23 April, 2018

Please Stop 'Mutant Technologies' - Updating...

List of 'mutant technologies' from my perception: 
  1. Brain boosters (like psychedelic substances or brain to computer interface)
  2. Smart contact lens (but VR glasses are OK in my opinion) 
  3. Doping in sport
I believe society can evolve properly enjoying a long line of peace and prosperity. Happy Earth Day!

16 April, 2018

My Way of Free Trade as a Ticket for Global Prosperity

Universal resources and wealth are not well placed, as you may know, they need to pass the redistribution process. From a microcosmos point of view you can see numerous examples:

  • Food was, unfortunately, being thrown away in many markets and supermarkets, but now Europe and the USA are taking steps to increase usage efficiency
  • People jog, exercise before work then go to work, often driving their cars. I believe it would be much more efficient to leave a car altogether, and live a healthy life, regardless of its status symbol. Statistics say you use the car only 4 percent on average of your time. Believe me, walking should be the transportation of the future