Debate:Listing the Earth's most pressing needs in urgent order of fixing

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To save humanity, we should focus on the worst first. --jp 23:30, 5 May 2007 (EDT)

1) hunger 2) preventable disease 3) unsolved diseases like AIDS 4) natural resources 5) preventing war 6) poverty ..... 19) global warming 20) asteroid striking Earth.

1) overpopulation 2) preventing war 3) preventable disease 4) natural resource protection .... 19) maintaining American sovereignty over the world 20) asteroid striking Earth. 99) finding an extraterrestrial intelligent race that is broadcasting solutions to all these problems for any species that need them. My quick 0.02, arbitraged through the Euro. Human 00:19, 6 May 2007 (EDT)

20) is not relevant. The chances of an asteroid striking Earth is extremely small. Also, how are you going to prevent war if you also maintain American sovereignty over the world? RaymondZ 07:57, 4 December 2012 (EST)
We've already been visited by an intelligent extraterrestrial with solutions to all these problems. But most reject the solutions, and question his identity. His name was Jesus. Philip J. Rayment 21:56, 9 May 2007 (EDT)
Good one - touché. I was thinking you were going to identify It as God. Human 22:18, 9 May 2007 (EDT)
I did. Jesus is God. Philip J. Rayment 22:42, 9 May 2007 (EDT) (See details on talk page - Human)
When did Jesus talk about the Asteroid? Or overpopulation, and natural resource protection for that matter? --User:Capercorn Talk contribs 14:30, 11 February 2008 (EST)
Jesus, the Creator of the universe, is quite capable of stopping an asteroid. He stopped a storm just by telling it to stop. For the others, see the existing answers on the talk page, and continue this there if you want to continue it. Philip J. Rayment 04:31, 12 February 2008 (EST)

1) totalitarianism/world government 2) global warming 3) pandemic risk 4) US national debt 5) genocide DanH 00:22, 6 May 2007 (EDT)

1) Knowledge of God. 2) Terrorism 3) Communism 4) genocide 5) Hunger/Poverty (not the government's job however)... 19) US national debt ..... 267) natural resources ..... 1,532) asteroid striking earth ..... 7,854,238) alien invasion 7,854,239) global warming. --CPAdmin1 00:31, 6 May 2007 (EDT)

1) preventing gay marriage 2) preventing abortion 3) putting the 10 commandments in schools 4) convincing the global scientific community that evolution is false 5) defeating terrorism indefinitely and continuously 6) stopping liberals 7) keeping guns 8) stopping socialised health care 9) preventing environmentalist lies from damaging America's economy 10) making the speed of light more scriptural 11) abolishing public education 12) promoting conservative facts

1) Rejection of God. Solve that one and the rest would fall into place. Philip J. Rayment 10:17, 6 May 2007 (EDT)

1)Prevent global warming, by finding alternative (read:wind, solar, hydrogen, and, if it ever appears, fusion) sources of energy. 2) Stop, and reverse, the deleterious effect that free trade and international repression has had on developing African and Asia countries. 3) Enshrine the UDHR, the effective culmination of 12,000 years of thought from various religions and philosophies, into national law throughout the world. Give the UN a credible way of enforcing this which is independent of various national interests. --Wikinterpretertalk?

Btw, fusion is undergoing research, with the intent of possibly putting fusion power into the energy grid by 2040. Have a look at if anyone is interested. Fusion is perfectly clean, renewable for all intents and purposes, and once it becomes practical, could solve most of the world's energy problems. - JamesCA, August 7 2011

Yikes, add mind control--jp 18:03, 6 May 2007 (EDT)

1) Poverty (people with money tend not to go hungry). 2) Wider, deeper democracy in all countries. 3) Preventable disease. 4) Alternative energy sources. 5) Be generally nicer to each other. --Robledo 10:52, 6 May 2007 (EDT)

(obscenity removed - keep it clean and comply with the rules)--Aschlafly 21:21, 8 May 2007 (EDT)

1) Poverty 2) Democracy by choice, not war, in all countries. 3) Cure as many diseases as possible 4) Alternative energy sources Flippin 17:09, 8 May 2007 (EDT)

1) Establish a democratic world government with a global military 2) Eliminate poverty (this should take care of preventable diseases as well) 3) Stabilize world population 4) Nuclear fusion (this should take care of the energy problem and pollution) 5) Be generally nicer to each other 6) Securing Earth against alien invasions or asteroids. MiddleMan

(I moved a lengthy discussion to the talk page under " Discussion regarding religion, evil, etc.", with the permission of the two principal discussers Human 17:25, 13 May 2007 (EDT))

I got one, stupid people get rid of them and everthing meshes like clockwork.(Gosweden)

I saw someone post 'making the speed of light more scriptural' can someone explain what they possibly mean? Do they mean putting the speed of light into the Bible??? - JamesCA, June 7 2011

1) Poverty 2) Human Rights 3) Global Warming/Resource Conservation/Clean Energy Source 4) Disease 5) War 6) Overpopulation 7) A government of the people's choice in all nations .... 999) Asteroids hitting Earth/Some sort of insane apocalyptic scenario RaymondZ 17:28, 4 December 2012 (EST)