Theory Design Lab/Prime Directive of the United Federation of Planets

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United Federation of Planets[edit | edit source]

Assume there is something like the United Federation of Planets found in Star Trek movies. Assume further that the United Federation of Planets has a Prime Directive stating that full contact with civilizations unable to cope is prohibited.

Exercises[edit | edit source]

  • Which faculties would make contemporary humanity able to cope?
  • Which inaptitudes would make contemporary humanity unable to cope?
  • What is your personal contribution to the faculties or inaptitudes?


Technological progress[edit | edit source]

In the current century humanity will make significant technological progress, which in some areas could almost be seen like receiving gifts from a more advanced society.

Exercises[edit | edit source]

  • Which faculties are useful to cope with technological progress?
  • Which inaptitudes could make contemporary humanity unable to cope with technological progress?
  • What is your personal contribution to the faculties or inaptitudes?


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