Man has been on this rock for thousands of years, and has learnt to make the wheel and create fire.
Only a few centuries ago, the steam engine kicked off the industrial revolution.
It’s more than 110 years since Man first flew in a powered fixed wing aircraft, and just over 46 years since Man first walked on the moon.
Less than a year ago we received close-up photos of the planet(?) Pluto, and even more recently, detected gravitational waves.
Heart transplants are commonplace now, and Stem cell treatment shows a promising future.
So many advances in all fields of science, medicine, space etc, with our rate of achievements imitating the exponential curve.
Man is a very clever creature.
It would appear there is almost nothing Mankind can’t eventually achieve, and yet . . . . . .
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With an abundance of thought bubbles emanating from Government sources, the future appears to be as confusing as the past has been.
Fixing our Economy seems to be high on the agenda, and so it should be. But exactly what to do is a bit of a quandary for them.
I suspect, that if they had any “Terms of Reference”, a Para might exist which reads something like; “Make effective financial changes, which vastly improve our Economy’s situation whilst making us far more popular”. (And good luck with that!!).
Taxation changes, privatization, spending cuts, big biz concerns, education and health are just a few of the many elements in the mix which may affect the next Budget.
But so far, we’ve seen such a variety of signals send out, amended and disputed, that anything could happen, and probably will.
To those decision makers I say, “Don’t stuff it up, it may be your last chance”.
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