A novel solution: free food

In a world of abundance there's no sound argument for not providing all necessities┬áto everyone at no cost to them. There's also no sound argument for not providing those who "make things happen" what they need without requiring them┬áto pay for it. All that's needed is a way to distribute resources in a way everyone … Continue reading A novel solution: free food

The one percent don’t have a clue? They’re beginning to

I don't like it when I'm right. When I am, I'm not learning anything new. A Team Copiosis member shared this article recently. While not surprising to me, it will come as a surprise to many of the 99 percent who think the 1 percent (and even the .01 percent) have no interest in creating … Continue reading The one percent don’t have a clue? They’re beginning to

Why socioeconomic problems are both burden and solution

"The soil, it appears, is suited to the seed, for it has sent its reticle downward, and it may now send its shoot upward also with confidence. Why has man rooted himself thus firmly in the earth, but that he may rise in the same proportion into the heavens above? For the nobler plants are … Continue reading Why socioeconomic problems are both burden and solution

Why can’t Utopia be our goal?

By Don Vande Krol   Well heck! If Copiosis is not Utopia, then why should we settle for it? Why not strive for Utopia? You ask if I can imagine a nation in which there are no problems? Well, yes, I can. All I have to do is imagine some problem like pollution, or crime, … Continue reading Why can’t Utopia be our goal?