to participate in creating of an interactive model of an ideal Earth that would portray an Earth possessing optimal living conditions for all those who share it for the purpose of there being a universal reference that would be helpful in any projects that would concern the future of any entity on Earth--from a locally based community to the whole Earth. This model would be created by virtually anyone, from anywhere on Earth, who would like to match one's own ideas of what his/her ideal future should look like with the ideas of everyone else. This process would not be based on any arbitrary notions, however, but based on all the knowledge that there would be available of any pertinent issues that would be involved in the modeling. From their involvement in the modeling process it would be obvious to the participants what ideas that they might have about their future would be viable, and what ideas would not be so—this interactive model would be the best educational tool available, addressing exactly those issues of the participants' ideas that would not be justifiable with the current state of knowledge and with the ideas/wishes of all other participants.
The advantage of using this modeling tool over the current way of deciding the Earth future would lay in its being impartial and non-partisan--neither suppressing, nor favoring anyone's ideas over those of others. This model, being created on ongoing basis—because knowledge and ideas evolve constantly—would be authoritative not because of possessing any executive authority, but because of its portraying most realistically what the optimal state of Earth should be according to current state of knowledge; influenced not by any partisan interests, but, based on the best current knowledge and by the realistic wishes of, virtually, all who would chose to use this modeling tool. This modeling tool could be used in arbitrating of conflicts, it would be impartial and taking into considerations the opinions of even those parts of populations that otherwise would be left out.
This model would be possible to be created on existing computers linked by the Internet. The technology that would allow linking of a virtually unlimited number of computers together to form a supercomputer already exists, and would not demand any outlay of anything but volunteer energy. There would be a need for volunteers at the start:
computer specialists to design the linking of all participants' computers in to a vast “supercomputer”,
scientists from all imaginable fields to create a data base that would allow checking of ideas for viability and for directing participants to knowledge pertinent to whichever issue involved, and
a number of organizers to direct the setup and the development of this project.
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