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Save the World Contest
March 2018 Entries
March winners are William and Juanita



William   Co-Winner

Move away from use of petroleum based fuels, and focus on developing natural energy harnessing technology!

How does this save the world?

Because the detrimental effects on human health and psychosocial behaviors springing from the by products of oil based products would be gradually neutralized, and human society, as well as the environment at large, would begin to restore a natural balance in the life support system of the earth!

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Juanita   Co-Winner

In a decade, the world may need twice as much water as it has access to. Most of the water goes to watering crops like grain, cotton, sugar, and nuts. The US has one of the highest per-capita water footprints in the world. But there are ways we can help, such as buying fewer clothes. Cotton and wool require water to grow them, so if we buy sustainable fabrics, we can replace our clothing less frequently and reduce the need to grow more.

How does this save the world?

If we learn about effective water-conservation solutions. Many other countries have come up with innovative solutions that need to be explored here in the US. If we taught children in schools that every time they turned off the faucet while they brushed their teeth it would save up to 4 gallons of water, and then urged them to do it, imagine what a difference that would make in just one day!

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We need to propose initiatives to reduce plastic and replace it with recyclable materials. Normally, plastic items can take up to 1000 years to decompose in landfills. Plastic bags we use in our everyday life take 10-1000 years to decompose, while plastic bottles can take 450 years or more. Seattle has a new citywide ban on plastic straws and utensils where food and drinks are sold, which starts in July. In California, San Luis Obispo and Davis already have these programs in place. This should be a federal law if we want to protect this planet. Many other countries are already going plastic free, and we need to follow suit.

How does this save the world?

Plastic pollution impacts human health and well-being. It poisons the fish in the ocean, it fills our dumps and landfills and plastic waste is one of many types of wastes that take too long to decompose. By reducing or eliminating plastic and replacing it with other recyclable options, we can reduce our carbon footprint significantly.

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Sweden burns trash instead of sending it to landfills. Three tons of garbage waste contains as much energy as one ton of fuel. This burning trash heats water and turns it into steam, which powers a turbine and creates energy. The smoke it emits is 99% non-toxic. Only 1% of their garbage ends up in landfills. Here in America 55% of our trash ends up in landfills. We rank #1 in the WORLD in energy waste. And this makes me mad. Why has the US government not explored this simple and easy way to use garbage to create energy?

How does this save the world?

If every country followed the example of Sweden, and turned our trash into energy, we could make a real difference! Energy waste is a global problem, and as one of the leaders in world power, we should be setting an example for the world, not leading the list as the worst energy wasters. It is a shame to us all as Americans.

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In the USA in one year, 2 billion books are produced. To get the paper for these books requires consuming 32 million trees. If people would switch to electronic means of reading books, newspapers, magazines, and even bills, then we would save millions of trees each year. So going paperless is a great way to save the planet.

How does this save the world?

Trees are vital. As the biggest plants on the planet, they give us oxygen, store carbon, stabilize the soil and give life to the world's wildlife.

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Educate our children. Most schools are so focused on testing, that they fail to teach. Children learn by memorization so that they can pass the tests each week, but two weeks later that info is gone and replaced by new info. Some skills like spelling and reading may be retained, but in areas of science, social studies, history etc., the information is lost. Information they learned at the first of the year is gone by the end of the semester, and testing has proven this. Teachers need the time to teach, not just worry about how well their students perform on standardized testing. Children are our future, and if they don't learn as children, it is likely they never will.

How does this save the world?

Education is the antidote for ignorance, poverty, and war.

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We currently rely on an energy system that's incapable of taking us to into the future. We need to modernize our power grid and find other ways to cut energy waste – rewrite old rules to reward conservation and clean energy and empower customers to make smart energy choices.

How does this save the world?

Power sector emissions cause numerous health problems – such as asthma and heart attacks – and premature deaths. Finding ways to get people to use clean energy and reduce our carbon footprint is essential to our survival on this planet.

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The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a collection of plastic, floating trash located halfway between Hawaii and California, has grown to more than 600,000 square miles, a study published Thursday finds. That's twice the size of Texas. Winds and converging ocean currents funnel the garbage into a central location and the trash in the patch comes from countries around the Pacific Rim, including nations in Asia as well as North and South America. We need to work with other countries to establish laws that prohibit the dumping of plastics and other waste into our oceans, and enforce stiff penalties on those who do.

How does this save the world?

If we don't protect our waters, then the fish will die and millions of people will not have food from the ocean. Protecting our oceans should be a number one priority for all countries, and we should all work together to do this.

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We need to eat less meat and more plant based food. The meat industry is responsible for approximately 20% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. Producing one calorie of meat requires nearly twenty times the amount of energy as one plant calorie!

How does this save the world?

With global meat consumption tripling over the last four decades, the meat industry now emits over 36 billion tons of greenhouse gases annually and is showing no signs of slowing down. If we want to make a real dent in the world’s carbon footprint and reduce our own personal footprint, we need to eat less meat.

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Trees reverse the impacts of land degradation and provide food, energy and income, helping communities achieve long-term economic and environmental sustainability. Trees also filter the air and help stave off the effects of climate change. In just one year, a mature leafy tree produces as much oxygen as 10 people inhale! So if every person planted a tree, or donated to campaigns to plant trees, we could make a difference!

How does this save the world?

Deforestation contributes to species extinction, poverty, and is responsible for up to 15% of the global greenhouse gas emissions causing climate change. Planting trees is one of the easiest and most important ways to fight climate change.

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If we don't act now, plastic pollution in the world's oceans is projected to increase three-fold within seven years, according to a startling new report. human beings across the globe produce more than 300 million metric tons of plastic per year. Unfortunately, a lot of that material ends up in our waters, with the total amount of plastic debris in the sea predicted to increase from 50 million metric tons in 2015 to 150 million metric tons by 2025. Roughly 70 percent of all marine litter is plastic, and the effect of this non-biodegradable waste can be devastating for marine biodiversity. We need to enact stiff penalties for littering, and create a better infrastructure for recycling. Offer incentives for companies that reduce the use of plastics in their product packaging and create new biodegradable plastics. Most importantly, campaigns that raise public awareness about marine protection.

How does this save the world?

Plastic harms sea creatures and restricts their movement, as well as pollutes beaches. The ocean is critical to our economic future. Nine billion people will be looking to the ocean for more food. Plastic pollution can also impact human health and wellbeing. Coastal plastic litter can also increase the risk of bacterial pathogens such as E. coli. Other kinds of pollution pose direct and indirect, via seafood, risks to human health. Marine pollution may also have direct effects on human health, with the consumption of seafood potentially leading to ingestion of hazardous chemicals that have accumulated in the food chain. We need to protect our oceans to save the world.

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Despite competing claims from its neighbors, China built artificial islands in the South China Sea. Besides China, five other nations—Malaysia, Vietnam, Brunei, the Philippines and Taiwan—have claims on the rich fishing grounds, vital sea routes, and potential natural resources in the area. China says it is working with its neighbors on a "code of conduct" for navigation in the disputed waters. Meanwhile the US Navy has come close to Chinese bases and has conducted surveillance flights over the islands. It has also been expanding its military capabilities in the region. This scares me. With the conflict with Korea and now the possibility of tensions between the US and China, I am afraid of another world war, possibly with nuclear weapons. How do we save the world? I don't know, but I think we all need to come up with some answers quickly before it is too late.

Over 31 cities have already been identified with dangerous levels of Chromium 6, Phenols and a host of other toxins. Over 75% US cities have water supplies that contain harmful toxins which exceed the EPA limits for safe exposure. That is here in the US, where we supposedly have clean drinking water. If this planet is going to survive we need to do something to make sure that every person has access to clean drinking water. A global initiative to discuss this should be a priority for all world leaders.

If your car has a cruise control, then use it! You paid for it along with the car anyway. This will help to improve your mileage at least by 15%, which will in the process save the environment, gasoline and your wallet. I also roll down the windows rather than using the air conditioning, which also saves on gas (fossil fuel).

Make sure to recycle your old newspapers - 69% (or 44 million newspapers) of the newspapers printed in the USA are thrown away every day. Even if you recycle only once per week, half a million trees could be saved. Trees are a vital part of our ecosystem, and we need to protect the environment every day. I avoid newspapers altogether and read the online versions, which is cheaper and easier for me anyway.

Did you know that un recycled glass can take up to a million years to decompose? Always make sure to recycle your glass. It can reduce related water pollution by up to fifty percent and related air pollution by up to twenty percent. This will help save the world in a big way if everyone recycles.

Declining bee populations pose a threat to global agriculture. The danger that the decline of bees and other pollinators represents to the world's food supply is enormous. The main reasons for global bees-decline are industrial agriculture, parasites/pathogens and climate change. The loss of biodiversity, destruction of habitat and lack of forage due to monocultures and bee-killing pesticides are particular threats for honeybees and wild pollinators. Bees perform a task that is vital to the survival of agriculture: pollination. In fact, one third of our global food supply is pollinated by bees. Simply put, bees keep plants and crops alive. Without bees, humans wouldn't have very much to eat. We must work to reverse this trend and repopulate the world with bees in order to save our world. There are things we can all do: stop using chemicals and pesticides, plant more flowers and herbs, and contact congress and let them know this is something they need to address. Change has to happen from the top-down as well as from the bottom-up. So we can do small things, but the government is going to need to get involved as well.

Buying food that is locally grown from your farmer’s market or local grocer is a great way to minimize your environmental impact, but growing your own food takes it to the next level. When you factor in the cost of transporting the food to your grocery store (pollution from burning fossil fuels) and the use of pesticides and synthetic fertilizers on conventionally grown crops, growing your own food can reduce your carbon footprint. It is also good exercise and you get such satisfaction from eating something you produced. And kids benefit because they learn a valuable lesson about self sufficiency but also they are more apt to eat food they grow themselves.

The Obama administration promised the use of nuclear weapons would be a diminishing part of American security and defense. President Trump has noticeably moved in the opposite direction. He demanded in his State of the Union address that Congress “modernize and rebuild our nuclear arsenal.” In February, the administration released its Nuclear Posture Review, which called for new, low-yield nuclear weapons that it justified based on recent Russian advances. Russian President Vladimir Putin recently boasted about producing new nuclear arms that were "invincible" against American missile defenses. How do we save the world when world leaders are still building weapons of mass destruction and are threatening each other with them? I think we need to work with each other until there are no nuclear weapons, anywhere.

We need to urge people to take to the streets in increasing numbers in peaceful acts of civil disobedience. The adage is true that actions speak louder than words and sadly, it seems to be the only way to get our leaders to listen. We are seeing this now since the Florida shooting and although I think the issue is mental health and not gun control, at least the President is listening to Americans and is trying to do something. We need to keep putting pressure on the government if we want change. Not riots, but peaceful protest which is our right as Americans.

Companies need to be encouraged to behave in a way that is in everyone’s long-term interest, rather just their own short-term self-interest. Take the big pharm companies for example. Why are Americans forced to pay so much more for drugs than other countries, when they are the same drugs? Greed has overtaken common decency and morality. They need to look long term at what is best for us all, not just their bottom line.

The truth is that the lifestyles in rich countries are not compatible with efforts to confront climate change. Our over-consumption of resources comes at the cost of the life chances of those who are denied their fair share of access to water, energy and food. It is time to change that. The countries that have so much need to help those that do not. If every millionaire in the US alone would donate just half a million dollars once, we could make sure that children in drought stricken areas have drinkable water. Now imagine if other wealthy countries also did the same.

Turn off the power to electronics and teach our children how to play again. Children are losing communication skills by sitting on cell phones and the internet using social media instead of actually interacting with other people. They don't know how to connect with people, and these children are our hope for the future. If they don't learn how to communicate and talk to other people, and use their imagination, then new ideas won't be explored. Our society will fall into a decline, and this is an easily fixed problem. Parents just have to learn to say "NO" to their children again. No you can't use the computer all evening, no you can't watch tv all day, no you can't download that app, no you can't have your own phone. My son has not let his 3 children have any social media or internet access until they turn 15, and they are all good students, are active in sports and school activities and do not miss social media. But they do play outside, have good social skills and are happy well adjusted kids. The grandson just turned 18 and he graduates this year, and he does not want a cell phone or social media. He makes his girlfriend turn hers off when they are together so they can talk. So it can be done. Just more parents have to have the courage to do it.

I think as an American that our country needs to look at other countries to see what they are doing right. Because we are not doing something right here. Our children are not as well educated, our healthcare system is one of the most expensive to consumers, and our environmental issues are astronomical. I know we are supposedly the "world power" but that does not mean we can't learn from what they are doing right.

We need to hold our elected officials accountable. If they are not doing the job they were elected to do, we need to get vote them out of office. That means that we need to get the people who are not registered to vote registered, and then get them to the polls. So many people want to complain about the government, but if you don't vote, then you do not have a say in what they are doing or not doing!

Adopt every possible measure that will reduce unnecessary energy use, especially of fossil fuels. Why are more homes not insulated? This is the most energy-effective thing that you can do to your house.

We need to support renewable energy research and development. Without it, this world is doomed. Climate change is real, and if we don't do something soon, the earth will suffer.

Reduce energy wastes and costs. A programmable or smart thermostat can be set to automatically turn off or reduce heating and cooling during the times when you are asleep or away. When you install a programmable thermostat, you eliminate wasteful energy use from heating and cooling without upgrading your HVAC system or sacrificing any comfort.

Save energy. Use energy-intensive appliances less by performing household tasks manually, such as hang-drying your clothes instead of putting them in the dryer, or washing dishes by hand.

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John 

“I came to the conclusion that we should aspire to increase the scope and scale of human consciousness in order to better understand what questions to ask. Really, the only thing that makes sense is to strive for greater collective enlightenment.” — Elon Musk

How does this save the world?

I feel collective enlightenment would save the world by building a complex community of soulful beings which operates and communicates from the perspective of the whole.

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One thing we need to do is to build up the institution of inquiry and dialogue, where it becomes popular to talk and explore together what it means to be human, and what it will take to save the world.

How does this save the world?

Because exploring is going to be needed for us to know what to do as we move forward, and talking together will help embed this paradigm into our culture.

One of the problems in the world is the inertia of old thinking, which is made evermore difficult as complexity rises. So a solution to this might be to launch an "innovation for life" campaign, to produce a balancing complexity and tip the odds of survival in our favor.

Become more conscious. Consciousness is free. When we are emotionally upset, or self-involved, we are totally unconscious. What we need, collectively, if we want to save the world, is a large-scale commitment to become fully conscious.

Since the 1950's there have been 47 nuclear "accidents" involving fully operational weapons. At least three came within a hair trigger of an actual missile launch. We must demand that our representatives pull back from this nuclear abyss before the next accident turns the risk of mutual destruction into a reality.

Create a "Russia Appreciation Day" on the American calendar. These guys took the brunt of Hitler's insanity in WWII. Then, they sided with us (again) to stop Japan. As soon as the war was over, we turned on them, and the cold war began. Where is the gratitude from the U.S. and the world for what they did?

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James 

I think the biggest problem facing intelligent life is the egocentricity that is inherent with sentience. Many people choose(I don’t believe anyone is unable) to view other people and other forms of life as variables in their own lives rather than attempting to empathize with them and enhance their perspective. I believe compassionate reform is the best way to approach this issue; to change people’s mind by asking questions to get THEM thinking rather than telling them how it is. I believe that with enough thought, most of us would come to very much the same conclusions, but a lot of people are so caught up with their point of view that they are unable to imagine another’s, or even see a bigger picture.

How does this save the world?

It doesn’t. From what I can see the world isn’t doomed; yes, if we continue polluting, waging war and so forth there will be consequences, but I believe that compassion amongst the many is a powerful enough tool to make the world a better place for everyone. A good start I would call it.

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Ashley 

Be more open minded and loving to one another.

How does this save the world?

If we love people more for who they are then a lot of conflicts could be resolved.

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Mark 

Build water desalination plants all over the world.
And turn all deserts into gardens or forests. And start pumping oxygen into the atmosphere. Build water pipelines to relieve drought stricken areas by water redistribution.

How does this save the world?

Prevents desertification.
Supplies more oxygen.

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Christina S. 

We need to recognize what the pyramids around the world truly are. The world may be saved but only after a cataclysmic event happens and we pull together as a human race. The event can't be stopped. But foresight will enable us to prepare. The pyramids are there for a reason. But not very many will acknowledge the existence of them in their countries or what they are there for. Governments hold men of learning liable for their speaking out. Against themselves, family, and jobs. Until we recognize this, and truly try to find the meaning where we act as one, a human race will not be saved.

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Julia  

If we all realized we are all one race, the human race then we could empathize with one another and work together instead of against each other. As long as we are divided by the way we look, our economic value, our beliefs, or our social status we will only continue this revolving door of destruction. Also, if we eliminated currency it would help save the world because greed is the motivator for almost every evil doing. Greed is the real reason behind war. Greed is the reason why there are still homeless, hungry people on the street. Homelessness is a functioning part of society because it keeps people in jobs. We have enough resources to have eliminated homelessness and hunger in the USA 10 times over but if we did that so many government workers would be out of a job.

How does this save the world?

I think I described that in the previous form.

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Thuy 

What we can do is a redistribution of resources.

How does this save the world?

This will ensure that we have enough food, water, and basic necessities that unfortunately other countries do not have enough of. I find it so inappropriate that children in the US, one of the richest countries in the world , do not have enough to eat and have adequate healthcare.

If you start a community composting initiative I think that it would be great.

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Maria 

Be in peace with one another and with nature.

How does this save the world?

Because we need each other to survive. Thanks so much.

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Christina  G.

Start with teaching our children in schools and at home about the benefits of recycling plastics, glass, and paper; and how to do it.
Motto: Waste not, want not.

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Anonymous  

Our greatest threat may be ourselves.

I believe all social problems can be fixed, and to do so human rights need put first. 

Suppose i was put in charge of the world to hypothetically save it. 

First, id eliminate all "laws." Start from scratch, building only off the concepts of natural rights and ensuring the perpetual nature of our existence and this planet which is our "living garden" and which sustains us as it is the cycle of life. 

So, id make sure everybody had a home. A place to live. Every citizen of the world would own land somewhere to call home... their own private sanctuary separate from any outside influence, separate from any neighbor say so, everybody completely free in their own place. Theres several rights all rolled up right there, from human need of shelter, to the right to personal property, privacy, freedom of self expression, freedom to grow food or have generational homes of great magnificence once again, or to each have their own spaces, and to allow for the free trade of such property. You should also have the right to simply wander in public spaces for infinite periods of time, you must have a place to call home and are guaranteed a place all your own, but you don't have to go there and cant be forced. This has to do with the right to travel. 

Next, ban debt. No more debt. No negative imaginary numbers anymore for anyone. Period. 

Next, everybody should work together to make things the best they can be, not because of money, but for the sake of the very activities themselves.

I believe we can start a new golden era of education and development by giving the public wealth back to the hands of the public. Instead of creating just parks and golf courses, create also things like free education and manufacturing facilities like access to cnc machines, 3d printers, laser etching, screen printing, jewelry making, woodcraft, metalcraft, and all manner of necessary things to do everything from fix cars to electronics to anything to even building them from scratch. 

With the elimination of certain monetary elements which go hand in hand in disintegrating the need for certain things such as corporations and legal fictions, things will no longer be produced at the expense of human life and misery for one for dollars gains of another.

Psychology tells us that we would also need completely free public zones, quarantined off from the rest of society, as a place to send away murderers and bad people so that they can live that life if they want but to their own end in that designated place. Anyone should be able to see and visit, not everyone can leave, but beware. We are not to kill, we can shun, but we can also watch our backs by watching them.

We have to secure good natural food and clean waters. We must study and learn from everything and not just destroy or blunder about when it comes to nature especially. 

We should make all hospitals up to the best of standards. We should dispense all medical care and supplies for free. We should link all medical information and review everything without bias and cure everything instead of treating for money and keeping cures expensive or publically nonexistant.

We should do what we can to make to to stars and all across the galaxy. We should use things which could be weapons as what they are. Tools. To learn from and to protect ourselves hopefully from mostly meteors and other bad for us and all as living life things. 

We need to be producers and never looters, no more taxes, no more requirements other than honoring all life and the planet. You have the right to the fruits of your own labor in your pursuit of happiness and your creations are your own and nobody can take your personal property from you. The product of publically produced things and resources will go the treasury of the public, and donations and a general exchange should be created. 

Waste needs eliminated, so we have to stop wasting so much. There will be no more tossing out bad food, itll all be eaten, not sitting waiting for buyers. 

Plastics clogging up waterways, oceans, and getting into our food, its all bad. We need to develop the best recycling programs to reuse it and develope better methods also to produce less throw away stuff. Everything should be recyclable.

These are just some basic things. If everyone felt they had their inherent human rights i believe they would work together to make a better future.

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Vep 

The world must be safe and it should be clean. The world is a better place to live in it needs to save the world.

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Michael 

The RIGHT education....

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Melvin 

Stop waiting for someone else to do it.
It all begins with the man, woman and child, in the mirror. 
Become one of the best of humanity. 
Be kind to yourself and then share it. 
Pick up one piece of paper off the ground a day.
Don't be afraid to smile at others.
Love yourself first, in order to love others. 
Don't be afraid to know your neighbor, say hello to a stranger.
We all belong to one race, the human race. Stop excluding start including.
Stop categorizing. 
Stop sitting on the fence don't be afraid to choose.
Be aware of your surroundings, report wrong doings.
Be more open mind.
Take care of things that are special and unique, that includes you and others.
Talking doesn't get it done.
Be proactive.
Show a little kindness along the way.
Respect yourself! Be respectful of others.
Respect authority, be not afraid to question authority.
Think out of the box.
It's a wonderful world, our home protect and help to preserve it, its the home of humanity.

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Raymond 

Stop using Mother Earth as a resource. She's a source of life not a resource for life!

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Julie 

I think that we should all go back to a simpler way of being. Start at home, do away with most electronics, get back to reading books as a way to spend our time. Grow and raise our own foods, if you can't grow it or kill it yourself you don't eat it. And we should take back to teaching our children at home first instead of relying on others to teach our kids. 
Reading books, is where all the knowledge is but we now allow the media to control us and our thoughts. Open a book, read about things and come to your own thoughts about things, we need to stop allowing the media to control us. Get out in the world, visit places and learn about history that way, do not let others dictate what you think. Experience things for yourself. Knowledge is power and you are not going to get that knowledge sitting behind a screen.
I was brought up with the idea of if you can't grow it or kill it yourself you didn't get it to eat. My grandfather was a farmer and he taught me that. It is important that we learn to grow our own foods, to provide for ourselves instead of relying on others to feed us. Plus you can them control what you eat, you know where it was grown, who touched it and what chemicals was put on it. If you have the space you should also raise whatever meat you would like to eat. Learn where your food comes from. Knowledge is power and we need to take that power back.
Children are the future and we as parents should be teaching our children at home. Feeling them with all the knowledge we can. Not allowing others to teach our children what ever they think is important. People are too concerned with testing, this testing is not important. What is important is that you child is taught to take care of themselves and how to live a life without depending on others. Children should be taught morals, how to treat others and they we as humans are not entitled to anything, you have to work for what you get. And taught there are consquences for their actions period. 
The world would be a better place if we all just kept things simple: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

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Dusti 

Well first of all there are too many people on the earth and it's just too much for our planet.Nations are breeding like rabbits and I think that birth control and information about it,and making it a law in countries like India... They are breeding at an alarming rate!!! It has to be stopped...

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Fritz and Deb 

We need to band together in our efforts to elevate more and more WOMEN into higher positions of national decision making and power. We should all, men included, strive to elevate women so as to ensure a stronger (at least equal) matriarchal presence in all our important offices.

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Eugene 

Air.

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Gary 

Close all drive throughs except to handicapped stickers one day a week nationwide.

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