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Another "what if"

What if polititions weren't elected. What if they were conscripted. Kinda like when those famous words were uttered; "Ask not what your country country can do for you, rather what you can do for your country". What if every one had to serve a term in office. Names could be drawn from a computer that match people's skills to a particular posting. All done randomly with the only caveat being you have to be qualified to do the job. That way the cream would be skimmed from the top instead of the bottom of the bucket.

     Lets face facts. Most people in politics today are in it for them themselves. It's easy for them to get elected because no one in their right mind would want the job. Pick the best from your population and you get the best representation. A good non political example is the Switzerland and Israel. In order to own a firearm you must first serve in your countries military. Make great sense.

Applying this to politics may be the only hope we have of having a peaceful, prosperous, non partisan government.

                                                                       What if.  

As usual, feel free to criticize or add suggestions. All are welcome.






What if?

What if:

    There really is a multiverse. It must be a crowded place. Could this be an explanation for ghosts, watchers, and other assorted nasties? If each universe is an enclosed bubble surrounded by trillions of other universes, is it possible that occasionally two universes would "bump" weakening the barriers and thus allowing passing glimpses into alternate realities? Would these universes be aligned so that geographic locations would be adjacent in respect to each other? So many questions. It's kind of comforting to think that in another universe someone, or something is staring back at us saying "Holy crap, did you just see what I saw? No one's gonna believe this. Yes, I got a picture, but it's kinda blurry."  As I had my math skills removed years ago by a head injury I can only speculate now on the physics involved. Is each universe surrounded by by a membrane of dark matter keeping each universe apart? If so, could the big bang be explained by a lack of dark matter that allowed two universes to collide? So many questions and so little understanding. Thank you, Neil Degrass Tyson for opening my mind to think about something other than whats for lunch.

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