The Trolley Problem, a thought experiment in ethics presented in 1967 by Philippa Foot, is a way of testing if our judgements are utilitarian. The problem proposes a trolley on a track is moving toward five people on the track
Some of our most basic behaviour on the planet is leading to mass extinction and the serious decline of global ecosystems.
Industries could be reshaped, if not crushed, by in home printing of consumer goods, entire factories of people could find themselves displaced.
We can feed more than ten billion people on our planet using vertical farms, there is no need for anyone to be suffering malnourishment.
The unemployed represent a societal problem, blaming them for the position they find themselves in means there is no need to look closer at the situation.
Understanding the definition of economy we can see today’s economy, being based on consumption for the sake of consumption, is anything but economic.
If all the money in the world was returned to the banks there would still be outstanding debt. Defaults and mortgage foreclosures are built into the system.
Hope paying 2:1. Then Police State at 3:1, Liberal 5:1, Civil Unrest 5:1, Pandemic 8:1, Sharing and Equality are at 18:1 and 75:1 on Environmental Collapse.
There is an environmental influence in regards to human development, although the influences on the majority of lives are subtle they are certainly present.
Everything is provided based on going to work to earn a living, system wide evolution will take time and some areas of the system will change before others.