- Posted December 19, 2013 by
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My income makes me feel …
My Income makes Me Feel Wise Part II
There are many ethical issues anthropologists face and likely always will; bias and their own views of that of civilizations of old, religious beliefs, expectations, and more.
And to judge the future predicament of the human species, if we do not learn to get along we will likely begin to shake the earth on so many continents at once that we not only ruin the planet, but ourselves also- in the process of attempting to gain more. Our downfalls will be such simple things that could have all been remedied by simply changing a small aspect of our personalities as humans; our thoughts and intent such as greed, jealousy, desire, and the seeking of power, currency, money, and wealth unless we find a Utopian way of life as there truly is enough to go around - more than enough in fact.
But bio-engineering and robots will be looked to after some learn the markets. Then labourers will be replaced after the information age. The learning curve may be too slow and this is sad. One can be happy living comfortably yet everyday glamour pours out from the programming box - the TV. Telling one culture after the next why they need to buy something so that consumerism can continue to fuel our beautiful, powerful country which I served courageously- to keep our engines tuning.
One world government will not make things better for example, it will be the ultimate in power; a position over all humans one day one man or woman will hold. I hope he or she has a good heart.