If you could change the world, what would you want to do?

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Monday, 12 November 2018

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Virtual Reality Alternate Universe

Future News: In 2059, people seeking regular escape from life and the injustice of corrupt societies around the world, have decided to develop a Virtual Reality Alternate Universe, VRAU.

Through the Virtual Reality Alternate Universe, anyone can create an online world the way they view perfection. VRAU was formed by the Rapid Change organization and its intended purpose is to create a perfect virtual society that people can enjoy.

A pre-recorded message left by an avatar, Adam, announces the rules of the game, which grants users access to each other's creative contributions. Viewers from the public can rate sections of different worlds and the highest ratings get placed on a top 20 billboard. A panel of scientific scholars, hired by the organization, rates worlds that fall within the top 100, rearranging the order of the rating, by scientific perception, into a different top 30 billboard for intellectuals who want to explore worlds. A scholarly rating as opposed to a public rating of ideas.

Each particular world starts with a menu to help guide viewers through the world using a filing system. For example, 1. Political system 2. Economic system 3. School system 4. Prison system 5. Entertainment system 6. Transportation system 7. Health system 8. Legal system etc. Viewers can read an introduction to each system before venturing into sections of the world. For example, a world without marriage replaced by natural cohabitation where a government takes financial responsibility over children if partners separate and neither wants any responsibility, or a world where genetically perfect women are grown in factories and are released as married wives to men in society. There is also a world where women don't have to wear shirts or bras in public and another world where nudity is legal. There are worlds where wars are decided by a chess game, and other worlds where nations have been disarmed of weapons. There are worlds without religion, and other worlds where religion is replaced by a house of worship where science is preached. There are worlds where men and women share the same prison cells, and other worlds where proteins and micronutrients are manufactured, eliminating slaughter houses and hunting. There are world's where governments generate their own money without collecting taxes or world's where governments collect a minimal amount of taxes as investment funds to generate billions in spending revenues to fix road and provide health care. There will be 25 thousand Constitution's to pick from and hundreds of various governmental structures to use for the creation of a world.

"It's more of an intellectual game where the public gets to sample different alien worlds to see which one offers more perfection by an individual's perception of perfection" says M.I.T. professor, Arnold Smith.

Based on Smith's explanation, players will be given access to programming apps within the game to build rooms, technologies, homes, buildings, clothing, cars, roads. The items are then offered to other players who use them to construct different types of worlds, and everything created is shared for quicker assembly of an entire world. There is a section that collects a list of ideas, from the public, for review by programmers who may decide to use an idea. A programmer has the choice of adding economic calculators to their world to show if an idea or modification will improve an economy, maintain it stable or ruin it. There are statistics charts showing demographics of population numbers, geographic data, race data, GPD, and available natural resources, etc.

The VRAU organization, worth millions, gives away money prizes and gifts to players that score points in the amount of their virtual reality constructions, for high ratings by the public viewers and individual achievements recognized by the scientific panel who work for the organization. The organization also has paid staff that program items for use in different worlds and players can make requests from the programming staff. There will be active people bots and cars moving through the worlds to give the virtual reality a lively appearance. Bots will be dressed by the programmer and users could dress their Avatar with what's permitted, to hold the value of a particular world. Users can activate speech mode to approach bots to hear bots discuss politics, advantages to the social systems, and future advancements. A user can be given a small list of questions to ask a bot to hear a realistic conversation. For example: "Why aren't you wearing a shirt and bra lady?" Reply: "What? What world did you come from? For the last four thousand years women have walked around like this. There's no law to take our freedom."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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