The world doesn’t go round because of McGyver-type people that can do everything themselves. On the contrary – it works because of highly trained specialists working in teams.
We, humans, need to drop the made-up historical/cultural divisions among ourselves and start acting as a whole. I think it’s the only way for us to grow and reach for the stars.
On the other hand – if we continue to wage stupid wars between sexes, races, nations or countries – with ever-evolving instruments of destruction – at some point we’ll lose all we have and get back to “square one”.
Trying many different, random things, scraping things that don’t work eventually, and improving things that work.
I can’t really decide which one I find to be a worse idea lately (in a highly globalized society).
I mean they are both artificial divisions.
It’s really hard to define who is/should be member of each group.
They’re both used to divide people.
Countries are members of many country-groups anyways like UN, NATO, EU etc.
|Total count||Billions of sperm||Tens to thousands of ideas|
|Successful count||0-8 at a time||0-1 at a time|
|Requirements||Good partner||Good partner|
At their core conspiracy theories are the embodiment of critical thinking. Asking questions nobody asks, rejecting ‘truths’, forcing people to actually do research and find proofs. Remember that before Galileo/Copernicus people generally believed that the sun orbits the Earth.
Is a deep negative feeling channeled from the future in which the bad outcome has already happened.
Are the combination of the best features of: mayonnaise, sour cream, candy and cold beverages.
Paradoxally, is the most common thing in the Universe.