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Welcome to our blog, where we explore ways to make our world a better place for all. As inhabitants of this planet, we are responsible for working together towards the greater good of humanity. We all have the potential to make a significant impact on the future of our species and the environment we live in. If you think you're too small to make a difference, remember that even a mosquito can disrupt our sleep.



Creating positive change requires courage and perseverance. If you're interested in Science Fiction and its vision of a better future, you'll find our blog fascinating. To solve global issues, we must address their root causes rather than just the symptoms. One example of a successful solution is the eradication of Smallpox, which claimed more lives in the 20th century than all the wars of the century combined. By eliminating a disease, we not only improve global health but also enhance education and the economy by enabling people to contribute to society.

Our world is highly interconnected, and actions taken in one area can have far-reaching consequences across the planet. We need to move beyond competition and start collaborating to tackle major issues like climate change, lack of basic education, shortage of scientists and engineers, lack of critical thinking, and antibiotic resistance.

The words of Carl Sagan are a poignant reminder of our current situation: "We've arranged a society based on science and technology, in which nobody understands anything about science and technology. And this combustible mixture of ignorance and power, sooner or later, is going to blow up in our faces. Who is running the science and technology in a democracy if the people don't know anything about it? Science is more than a body of knowledge, it's a way of thinking. A way of sceptically interrogating the universe with a fine understanding of human fallibility. If we are not able to ask sceptical questions, to interrogate those who tell us that something is true, to be sceptical of those in authority, then we're up for grabs for the next charlatan, political or religious, who comes ambling along."

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