bball wrote:Bright Raven wrote:JMJ Farms wrote:
Let’s not get our panties in a wad. Many humans have an inflated value to begin with. People will just laze around and then die. I don’t think it will matter much about the jobs either. Less and less humans want to work anyway. HeIl I know some that are too lazy to procreate:lol2:
First: my purpose was to support the thesis of the Original Post. I was just trying to be supportive.
Second, You stated:
Many humans have an inflated value to begin with.
Does that mean we were not all created equal? Be careful. That has been discussed here previously. I tend to believe we are not. to do with our Genotype. If we were all equal, there would be only one human genotype.
Third, I live in a poor state. Lots of people in this county are unskilled and uneducated. I don't think they are all lazy. In fact, the most unskilled and uneducated seem to work the hardest and earn the least. I am a sympathizer to many folks that you guys who work so hard always seem to bash.
This will be the basis for selective human breeding in the future. Genome and DNA testing will be utilized so that only the best and brightest will be afforded the luxury of procreation. Our founding fathers believed we were all created equally, in so much as a man should not be ruled by another man simply because of their status of birth. We won't even discuss the second implication (of FF thoughts on equality)because I already know your thoughts on that.
Created equal in capabilities, intellect, physical abilities? Certainly not. With this I agree.
If Homo sapiens make it another 1000 years, there will be bioengineering of every living entity on the planet. Issues like race and philosophical differences will be gone because Homo sapiens by then will have melted into one uniform society.
You know, a 1000 years is not that long!