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    looking for others sharing the same concern about the current direction of the non-leavers in order find a new sustainable direction for the deep future.

    Any other personal information/resources/advice/ideas to share?

    An idea that I'm working on is to hypotize a stable and sustainable civilization in a thousand years (or a million years or a billion years for what it matters) and then reverse engineer the process to get there from here... for example I don't think that "greed" is sustainable for a long term civilization, so I suppose that greed will be seen as a childish trait and it will be treated with contempt in a mature civilization (especially if our average lifespan will keep increasing). So how do we get rid of the greed factor in a million year? Can we do something today? and so on...

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