A Map To Utopia

Every human dreams of a better life.
This publication is dedicated to Humanity's Dream.

Table of Contents
Chapter I ..... The Facts of Life
Chapter II .... Religion Is A Myth
Chapter III ... Utopia
Chapter IV ... Fundamentals for Utopia
Chapter V .... Everlasting Life and Good vs. Evil
Chapter VI ... Basics of Life
Chapter VII .. The Individual and Society
Chapter VIII . Knowledge
Chapter IX ... Faith
Chapter X .... Summation

Chapter I
The Facts of Life
"Existence is Truth"

        Everything we know of is the third dimension, and its properties. Everything is composed of atoms, and atoms are composed of smaller particles. All particles are three-dimensional because they have the dimension of height, the dimension of width, and the dimension of depth. Air is composed of particles in a low state of density, water is composed of particles in a more dense state, and physical objects are composed of particles in a high state of density. This universal sea of particles in different states of density, is the third dimension.

        The third dimension exists because from all of the infinite possibilities only it could exist. Fourth or higher dimensions cannot exist because a space cannot be overfilled, in the same way that two separate three-dimensional objects cannot occupy the same space at the same time. A zero dimension, or nothingness, cannot exist, because there must be something for there to be an existence, and subsequently, there must be a dimension. The first and second dimension lack existence on one or two levels and therefore exhibit the properties of nothingness, and, as such, they cannot exist. Consequently, everything, which is infinity, must be three-dimensional. Therefore, if one travels away from earth, in any direction, they will always be able to continue traveling further. There is no end to either the largeness or future of the third dimension since only it can, and therefore only it will, always exist. There is no beginning since only the third dimension could exist and therefore always did exist. This is the Infinity Theory of creation.

        The Big Bang Theory is currently the generally accepted scientific theory of creation, which requires the universe to be finite since there was a beginning, and would require that time be a dimension. But time has not been proven to be a dimension. There are all kinds of theories about other dimensions, and speculation that there may be as many as eleven dimensions, but the simple fact is that only the three dimensions of height, width, and depth have been scientifically proven to exist. While some things, such as time, appear to be other than three-dimensional, they are in fact nothing more than elements of the third dimension. Time is not a dimension, but simply a property of the continuing change, in the third dimension, caused by the interaction of objects in the third dimension which constantly moves forward from the state the objects are in to their new state of existence. This forward motion, which is simply a phenomenon of the third dimension, is measured by man through designations such as minutes, hours, days, and years.

        The fact that the surrounding section of universe which we can see is expanding, is used as evidence of the Big Bang Theory of creation. But there are other possible explanations for this expansion. For example, we see the creation of life on earth everyday, such as when a sperm and egg combine they grow. If our solar system was a small part of this type of transformation on a larger scale (such as an atom in an embryo) then we would see an expanding universe. But this would be a transformation of matter in our section of the universe and not creation of everything there is.

        It is plain common sense that a magician does not really make a rabbit appear from thin air, and it takes an even more unrealistic leap of faith to believe that the 200 billion stars in our galaxy, and over 100 billion galaxies in our seeable section of the universe, popped out of thin air as alleged by the Big Bang Theory. Also, to believe the universe is finite would mean there is an edge to the universe which presupposes there is some barrier at the edge, or that one will fall off into nothingness in the same way humans use to believe the earth was flat. Every time we develop new methods to observe deeper into space, we find there is more space. Math of the big bang theory, 0 = everything, does not equate. But math of the Infinity Theory, everything = everything, does equate.

        The only rational creation explanation is that there is an infinite sea of three-dimensional particles, with no beginning or end, both as to time and size. Subsequently, Humanity's creator is nothing more than what could and what always did exist, the third dimension. As part of the third dimension's infinity, humans became one of the infinite combinations therein.

Chapter II
Religion Is A Myth
"Heeding Idols Is Wasted Effort"

        What is the one true religion? Whichever religion is selected, all the other religions believe that religion is wrong. Therefore, the only universal agreement among all religions, is that they do not believe in each other. Subsequently, all religions agree with atheists, except when it comes to their own religion. Since there are over 3,000 different faith groups around the world, each religious person is 99.97% atheist toward Humanity's religions.

        Since the truth of Humanity’s creation is simply that humans are one of the infinite combinations in the infinity of the third dimension, it must also be true that all religions, which all allege creation of man by a superior being, are based on a falsehood. Religion is a crutch which can be easy for an individual to lean on when life becomes tough, but as a falsehood will not truly support Humanity as evidenced by the multitude of problems, pains, and sufferings which continue to plague earth, even though religion has been in existence for a long, long, time. Religion did serve a useful purpose, in times when man was less knowledgeable about the universe, by filling the void of ignorance with a positive message which also taught societal values and peaceful coexistence. However, these religions' seeds have grown in the darkness of ignorance to create divisions between people with various religious beliefs, which divisions create conflicts based on religious differences and fuel the fires of hatred and discrimination. This dark side must be dispelled by the light of truth which exposes the false prophets of religion. The only gospel which should be preached is the true gospel of Humanity, which is that all Humans exist in the common house of the third dimension, where no gods exist.

Chapter III
"Anything is No Longer A Puzzle,
Once All of Its Pieces Are Put Together"

        Once the truth is known it becomes self evident that Humanity is simply on a journey through the third dimension. When one is on a journey they should know their destination. Since every human dreams of a better life, Humanity's common destination should be Utopia, which is what religion refers to as heaven, and which is the best existence obtainable. Since the truth is that one will not be handed the Utopia of heaven on a silver platter simply by worshiping a false god, then it must be concluded that Utopia will only come through Humanity's own efforts. Humanity can and must make its own path in the third dimension. Humanity should strive to make its own heaven, a heaven on earth, a Utopia. Only a unified belief and effort by humans will bring Utopia, a heaven on earth, to Humanity. Humanity's true salvation is through the unified pursuit of Utopia. Utopia can happen if you ask not what Humanity can do for you, but what you can do for Humanity.

        The first step on the stairway to Utopia is to define what Utopia is, and thereby set forth what goal Humanity should strive to reach. Utopia is generally defined as a place of ideal perfection in all aspects of existence. Once Humanity knows Utopia is the house it wants to live in, Humanity can begin to build that house. Since Utopia is the blueprint for Humanity's house, the next step is to determine what materials are needed to assemble that house. There are five basic elements to Utopia. These elements are:
1. Everlasting life;
2. All good and no evil;
3. Infinite provision of all tangible and intangible needs and wants for existence, without any required effort to obtain those provisions;
4. A perfect balance between the individual and society; and
5. Complete knowledge.

Chapter IV
Fundamentals of Utopia
"Only the Enlightened Will
Comprehend the Light"

        Once the elements for the house of Utopia are identified, the next step is to establish basic working principles to use as tools to create the needed materials for Humanity's home. However, before the basic working principles can be established, one must have an understanding of some basic human fundamentals.

        No individual could exist without some interaction with other humans, and Humanity will only survive if there is interaction of humans. Therefore, it is fundamental that a society in some form will always be necessary.

        While no two humans are exactly alike, all humans are equal in the fact that they are all part of the same species, and all humans come from a common beginning through their evolution into existence from the infinity of the third dimension. Subsequently, red or yellow, black or white, tall or small, young or old, shy or bold, all humans are equal in the realm of their creator, the third dimension. Therefore, it is fundamental that all humans are equal in the eyes of society.

        Every human consists of both a tangible physical existence and an intangible mental existence. The tangible and intangible parts co-exist as one being. A human's mental state is capable of positive or good thoughts, and negative or evil thoughts. Additionally, the mental state can cause the physical state to act upon any type of thought. Subsequently, humans can be evil to varying degrees. Since societies consist of humans, societies can be evil to varying degrees. Therefore, it is fundamental that both individuals and societies must contend with the continuing battle of good versus evil.

        In summation, it is fundamental that humans live together, as equals, in a positive and good way. While some people would say that if this occurred, it would be Utopia, they would be wrong, because this simply consists of building the foundation on which to build Humanity's house of Utopia. Any house is only as strong as its foundation. If Humanity does not have this strong fundamental base, any attempt at building a Utopia will crumble.

        Now that the foundation has been laid, the basic working principles can be addressed. Basic working principles must be practical and suited for the current condition of Humanity, and therefore flexible for change as the condition of Humanity advances toward the Utopian condition. With this understanding in mind, four basic sets of working principles are set forth in the following four chapters.

Chapter V
Everlasting Life and Good vs. Evil
"A Brief Time of Love is Worth More
Than an Eternity of Hate"

        Since good and evil are so interwoven with life, the basic working principles for these two elements of Utopia must be applied to both elements as one.

        While humans may be the superior intellectual beings on the planet earth, that does not make human life superior to all life in the big picture. Human life could not exist on earth without the existence of other life forms on earth. Humanity must currently exist as part of a food chain. While other life forms may be required to nourish and sustain humans, humans should respect those life forms. Destruction of another life form without valid purpose is wrong, and cruelty to any life form is always wrong. Of course, once Utopia is achieved, synthetic foods or other technologies will change this equation.

        On an individual level, people must overcome the negative emotional shortcomings of Humanity. Hatred, jealously, malice and other negative thoughts must be controlled and should never be allowed to control one's actions. The results of non-control are verbal and/or physical crimes against other persons or physical crimes to others' property. Infliction of physical harm on another human is always wrong except when done to stop physical evil. Emotional harm caused by malicious acts such as verbal abuse, theft, or destruction of others' property is always wrong. One who engages in any of these wrongful acts not only fails to respect the value of others' life, but fails to respect the value of their own life. In addition to controlling the negative side of human nature, the individual should focus on positives such as love, generosity, and achievement. If all individuals stopped committing crimes Humanity would be well on its way to Utopia. However, some individuals are inherently evil, and this is where society must fill the void. Those humans who engage in evil acts, and who cannot reform their behavior, must be taken out of society permanently, by one method or another. At this point in time, society has limited resources, which leads to the conclusion that instead of wasting fertilizer on these weeds of society, the weeds should be pulled, and resources should be directed toward assisting good people in need, so that the flowers in the garden of Utopia may flourish.

        Every individual affects Humanity as a whole in that one's actions have a ripple affect through society in the same way a splash ripples through a pond when a stone is thrown into the pond. While some people make a bigger splash than others, such as Hitler's big negative splash, and Einstein's big positive splash, every splash is important, because each splash affects Humanity, with the negative splashes pushing Humanity toward a living hell and the positive splashes pushing Humanity toward Utopia. Progress toward Utopia can be accelerated if everyone avoids making negative splashes, and instead makes as big a positive splash as they can. While humans currently have a physical limitation of mortality, one does obtain a form of eternal life in that their splash is an everlasting effect on Humanity. Once Utopia is reached, there will be physical immortality through cell regeneration, memory transfer to a robotic humanoid, or some other method beyond our current knowledge.

Chapter VI
Basics of Life
"An Infant Crawls Before It Walks
And Walks Before it Runs"

        All religions should stop wasting their energies on theological differences, which are all false and therefore irrelevant, and instead work as one organization dedicated to the true mission of advancing Humanity toward Utopia. The tremendous resources of all the religious organizations combined, refocused on this mission, could accomplish miracles. This united charitable organization could start with the promotion of food, clothing, medical care and shelter for all, which would be a giant step toward Utopia. Religious organizations could join with governments and other private organizations in utilizing the religious halls of prayer as warehouses for a united effort in collecting and dispersing food and clothing to the needy. Religious buildings not operating as warehouses could be converted to temporary residence halls for the homeless while building supplies are collected in the converted warehouses for volunteers and the needy to utilize in converting vacant lots and abandoned buildings into suitable housing for the homeless. Training centers, job placement services, referrals to available medical care, and access to all types of helpful information could be consolidated under this charitable umbrella to assist people in regaining self sufficiency when needed, or maintain survival when self sufficiency can not be reobtained. If there was a consolidated effort by all who are now providing such services in a piecemeal and fragmented way, the basic goal of food, clothing, medical care and shelter (a guaranteed minimum living level) could be obtained by Humanity as a whole. This minimum living level must also encompass humans mental state. At a minimum level, those who are mentally dysfunctional to the point where they cannot provide for their physical needs, must get help from society that will rectify the dysfunction so that these individuals may obtain the ability to at least provide for their physical needs for survival. Of course, more than the mental minimum should be done, such as providing human interaction for elderly people living alone. These are basic working principles that will change to increase the scope of the guaranteed minimum living level as Humanity moves closer toward Utopia.

        It should be noted that even if religious organizations do not want to give up their false beliefs, they still could combine some of their efforts under a united charitable organization for the advancement of Humanity. One does not have to give up their religious beliefs in order to believe in Utopia. In fact, that is one of the reasons why Utopia is so beautiful, because in Utopia everyone is free to believe what they want to believe.

Chapter VII
The Individual and Society
"The Whole Cannot Exist Without the Parts and
The Parts Cannot Exist Without the Whole"

       There must be a government of some sort for humans to peacefully coexist. Only government can provide mechanisms for peaceful dispute resolution for parties who cannot resolve their disputes. Only government can provide necessary infrastructures such as roads. Without governments to enact laws to regulate the various interactions of humans, there would be total chaos.

       The structure of government must change with the times. As the earth becomes technologically smaller, (where once it took weeks to cross the Atlantic ocean in a ship with a message, a phone call can now be placed in a matter of seconds) the nations of the world must have more cooperative interaction. Thus, as city and town governments are to state governments, and state governments are to national governments, so must national governments be to a world government.

       Each national government must allow its citizens certain basic fundamental freedoms. The general rule on fundamental freedoms is that anything should be allowed so long as others are not adversely affected. The standard for determining what is an adverse affect should be determined by each society as a whole. Each society should make their determinations through a purely democratic or representative democratic form. Dictatorships and one party systems of communism do not allow for society to make their own determinations. Additionally, capitalism is currently the most proficient system at creating productivity, and capitalism can only truly survive in a democracy. Therefore, the form of government should be self-government through democracy.

       It is a basic principle that government promote the advancement of Humanity toward Utopia. Governments are responsible for enacting laws that encourage good and discourage evil. Governments have the power to promote the advancement of knowledge. Governments, through their actions, affect the marketplace, and therefore have the ability to enhance Humanities standard of living. Governments should consolidate their charitable programs, (such as welfare, unemployment insurance, food stamps, aid to dependent families, etc.) and coordinate the efforts of these programs with the united charitable organization discussed in Chapter Six, in order to establish a guaranteed minimum living level based on the current resources of Humanity.

       Currently, individuals must sacrifice some of their freedom in order to live in society, such as for example not being able to play loud music in an apartment building. Additionally, even if one lives in a free society, their freedom is limited by the need to earn a living, which subjects them to spending time in a dictatorship environment if they work for an employer, or the slavery of being tied to operating their own business. Eventually, robots, computers, and machines will be able to perform all work that needs to be done, and by themselves create unlimited production capabilities, which will free humans from the binding chains of earning a living and therefore allow humans the true freedom to pursue happiness and fulfillment. This unlimited production capability and technological advancement will also allow for the solution to the problem of limitations from living in a society, such as providing sound proof housing so that one can blast music without adversely affecting others. Once Utopia is achieved, it would be possible for each individual to live in an environment that suits whatever needs and desires that individual has. Everyone would have their own heaven.

Chapter VIII
"The Holy Grail"

       Knowledge is the cornerstone for achieving Utopia. Knowledge permeates the other basic working principles and all of the Utopian elements. Knowledge in the hands of good people can stop evil in any of its forms. Knowledge can lead to surplus food supplies and cure illnesses. Knowledge can stop pollution and create faster and safer forms of transportation. Knowledge can find the means for human immortality. Knowledge can lead to unlimited production capability and therefore a top-of-the-line standard of living for all humans. All of Humanities problems can be solved by knowledge.

       Humanity must continually support and encourage the pursuit of knowledge which can provide Humanity the technological ability to live a physically and emotionally safe and fulfilling life. The most daunting frontier Humanity faces is the frontier of ignorance which must continually be conquered through research and invention in all fields of science. The economic incentive of the reward of profits through patent protection of successful inventions is a currently viable system of encouragement. Yet only society as a whole through government is able to undertake and fund technologies where business would not or could not proceed, such as space exploration. Greater cooperation, coordination and effort must be undertaken by governments, educational institutions and the business community, to advance the pursuit of knowledge. Everyone should also strive individually to increase their knowledge and encourage their children to pursue the path of knowledge so that both the individual and society as a whole reap the rewards that knowledge can bestow. The pursuit of knowledge is one basic working principle that should never change, but once obtained, may change other basic working principles, and even Utopian elements.

Chapter IX
"Blind Faith is Dangerous,
Informed Faith Is Miraculous"

        Some people will say Utopia is an impossible dream. If you set your sights on only grabbing a leaf off of a high tree limb, instead of grabbing for a star, because you believe the leaf is more attainable, then you will only get the leaf, which will wither and die, while the star still shines from afar. History is full of happenings that naysayers said would never happen, but that dreamers made happen. Without dreams, new frontiers never become reality. All people dream of a better life. Admit to that dream and join in the wish upon the star of Utopia. One who has this faith will reap the rewards of a better life.

        Have you ever played the wishing game, the game where you are asked what you would wish for if you had three wishes? The ultimate answer, with just one wish, is to wish for a Utopia for everyone. Let us make this wish come true.

        Humanity has the potential to accomplish anything that does not violate the fundamental parameters of the universe. Fundamental parameters are scientifically demonstrated limits, such as the fact that two separate three-dimensional objects may not occupy the same space at the same time. Utopia is a human invention, and as such is not a fundamental parameter of the universe. Therefore, Utopia can be achieved.

Chapter X
"Only A Conscious Effort Will
Achieve the Desired Result"

       All I am saying, is give Utopia a chance. Humanity can have a better existence. First believe, then work toward the belief. Humanity as a whole, has the whole world in its hands. It is time for Humanity to embrace the promise of its future as it enters the 21st century. May the force of the third dimension be with you, and may all live long and prosper. Proceed ye then as a positive splash.

The Real Utopian Earthborn
Believes In Better Life Everlasting

The message has come.


Thank You for your time, and may your life be Utopian.

Copyright © 1996 by Jon Will, ESQ., CPA, MBA
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