This text dates originally from the 24th of october 2004 and as you will read, I had some troubles with pain at the time, as a consequence of having ibc. Thats dimished now, the pain is gone, but other things aren't. Thats life, you learn to live with it.
This is a test on language insight. You will not be judged on skincolor, proffesion, or religion. Except if your religion would be to kill everybody on this planet. I will answer no questions about what certains words mean, or about the text itself.
Subisidies equals governement aid [money]
The test is very simple:
What is the idea described here ?
And what has the rest of the text to do with it ?
Both questions should be answered correctly to qualify. The test will be closed in one month.
Although I might make a fool of myself, doing this, I need to know how good this text is, so that I can use some of the basics used in here to write a more complex form. If possible 25 to a 100 times as complex. If one doesn't risk anything, one will never know.
Virulent mime completed.
I would say that one of my ideas, is a very powerful mime, not thought about for the first time, nor do I think it would be appropriate to say it would be originally mine. As certain text well over a century old, and from more know persons like e.g. Thomas Jefferson point partly in the same direction. I agree with him, but not completely.
I see no reason to cancel or stop using the patent system. That would bring utter chaos, and disruption, and would only do harm. It might damage society in such a way, that the harm done, cannot be undone. As read regarding a complex system, the first and most important rule should be: " Do No Harm. "
Rather I would say that the patent system is useful and should stay, but that an additional system should be put in place as not to stop or stiffen invention, and the likely hood of new ideas being pronounced, as we currently seem to be doing.
The new system should be for unlikely applications like traditional building styles, and life necessary applications like e.g. devices to catch rainwater.
People are afraid of change, but change is necessary, otherwise, our culture will come to a stand still and will go in decline. That would be a very bad outlook socially as well as economically. One to be avoided.