Concensus on What Humans are Composed of

Concept:

There is disagreement on what humans are composed of. At ConceptPaper.org we consider that there is a requirement for a global Concensus on What Humans are Composed of.

Humans are made of the body, a mind, the self, a heart, a soul, a spirit. Unfortunately there is no concensus within all humanity on these components. We consider that with the internet and the state of worldwide connectivity there is room for discussion on this.

Humanity is more connected to each other accross the globe than ever before but they disagree on what they are composed of. We consider that for humanity to further progress there needs to be an agreement on 2 things:

Global Concensus on What are Humans Composed of

Global Concensus on What is Natural to Humans and What is unnatural to Humans.

For further peace and progress of humanity we believe global agreement on these is necessary. It is only this agreement between humanity which will result in unity. After agreeing on what we are made of and what is natural for us and what is unnatural then humanity will progress. With the internet and global connectivity this is now possible. After agreeing on what we are made of and after agreeing on what is natural for us and what is unnatural then only can there be agreement on what is good, what is bad, what should be done, what should not be done. Then only can there be unity.

At ConceptPaper.org we consider that there is a requirement for a Global Concensus on What are Humans are Composed of. We consider this as a very necessary precursor to further progress, unity and peace.

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