I think this is a cool place to circulate ideas and share dreams, so I'll start us off with what I'd do if I knew I could not fail, and it is also what I am attempting to help do, even though it may take longer than expected, and even though it could fail:
If I knew I could not fail I would close down all livestock, fish, dairy, and grain farms and replace them with high nutrition and calorie yield fruit trees like mango, banana, persimmon, date, papaya and all the other thousands more types of fruit, and farms of leafy greens and vegetables. I would remind everyone that we a FRUGIVORES, we are primates, and we need to return to a diet of fruits and leafy greens if we want to prevent cancer, degenerative diseases, obesity, malnutrition and other health problems.
People are spending so much money, harming so many animals for research and wasting so much time trying to find a cure for cancer when we already know how to prevent it in the first place - eat right and stop polluting. We are primates and we should be eating like it. Humans, like our cousin apes, are frugivorous animals; everything about our physiology indicates this - from our digestive tract to our teeth to our colour vision to our nutritional requirements. Eat an abundance of fruits and leafy greens, drink plenty of water, sleep 10+ hrs a night, play and live your life purpose if you want to avoid health problems.
At the foundation of this pursuit is my belief that sustainability is necessary, and that every one of us should have the right to a baseline of health and fulfilled basic needs so they are free to follow their passions and live their purpose, unhindered by having to laboriously struggle for the basics with no time left to invest in development. This just so happens to be the 'what' of how to achieve that dream. Many nutritionists, athletes, doctors and families are already beginning to return to a high carb raw vegan diet. In the wise words of Dr Doug Graham it is a 'winfinity' concept - brilliant for the environment, animal welfare, human health and sustainability.
If we ate more sweet juicy fruits and stopped consuming meat, eggs and dairy, not only would we cut our CO2 emissions in half, but we would also produce more calories and nutrients per acre (since unlike grains the fruit harvest is not on just one horizontal level, but spreads upwards and outwards to produce a higher yield on the same patch of land), the fruit trees would absorb CO2, animals would be nurtured as their habitats expand and we would save money on health sick care whilst opening a new paradigm and enlightening people into questioning their excessive consumerism.
- Now share your wildest vision!