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I think the future needs…

Modern minds. Our brains evolved in the Stone Age. Our problems were mostly physical then. Now our problems are mostly intellectual. We need to remodel our brains to fit our new conditions.

Non-aggression. People must learn to stop using politics and The State to impose their personal preferences on others. Consent matters in EVERYTHING!

Better institutions. We need more peaceful persuasion and voluntary cooperation. We need less of The State. Non-aggression must be reflected in all our institutions.

Space civilization. We need to live less on Earth and more in space. But planets are not the answer. We need O’Neil colonies!

Radical life extension. We need to be younger longer. If you disagree no one will force you to participate.

Interstellar relationship. I think we are being visited by ETs. We need to learn why they’re not talking to us, so we can gain access to their knowledge. And if our rulers have some of that knowledge already, we need to make them share it with us.

Sex positivity. Nietzsche had it right – sex is the presupposition of life. The nature of a person’s sexuality defines their spirit. It is as an aesthetic experience that life and the world are justified. Sex is the supreme aesthetic experience or should be. Sex negativity is uncivilized and a mark of our species’ insanity, which brings us back to my first point about the need for modern minds.

This blog will cover these and related topics. – Perry Willis

About Perry Willis

Perry Willis has worked as a professional libertarian for nearly 40 years. He was twice Perry Willisthe National Director of the Libertarian National Committee. He worked on 5 Libertarian Party presidential campaigns, and managed 2 of them, including the Harry Browne campaign in 2000. He is the co-founder of Downsize DC and the Zero Aggression Project. He co-created the Read the Bills Act and the One Subject at a Time Act, both of which have been introduced in Congress. He has a blog, What-the-future-needs.com, and a membership site, Super-summaries.com

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