• Pandemic Prevention Between Men and Women.

    I’ve got a little test for you—tell your loved ones you’ll learn how to prevent pandemics ethically and see how they react.

    For the last couple of years, I’ve emphasised that I wanted men to become first responders. Being a first responder is very demanding, and many thanks will go into this position.

    Under honest and ethical intentions and actions, merit places our purpose at the height of societal worth. It’s an indescribable feeling to know that most people primarily favour this purpose to prevent pandemics ethically, and most of the time, I want it for everyone.

    But what about the women? The women will also be responsible for keeping those on the frontlines and those legally allowed to disclose what is happening on the frontlines to live and be free to express freedom of speech.

    Women will be taking charge of Service Desk duties which consist of the following:

    • Responsible for staff access details
    •   Sound knowledge of medical devices and diagnosis knowledge
    •   Subscribing medical staff
    •   Not disclosing private information to the public
    •   Collecting relevant qualifications from healthcare workers
    •   Linking bank details for medical staff
    •   Data entry
    •   Addressing first responders’ information enquiries on devices and function(s)
    • Managing dispatch of stock

    Accounts Payable:

    • Process services annual payments
    •  Process staff payments

    First Responders:

    • Sound knowledge of medical devices and diagnosis knowledge
    •   Liaising with Service Desk if there are any questions on devices and function(s)
    •   Liaising with healthcare workers in realtime
    •   Managing P1 to P4 cases between junior and senior level responders by task allocation using ticket tagging
    •   Negotiating with air and water services for risk mitigation for the spread of the virus(es) by utilising resources for prevention methods
    •   Collecting data for cases by liaising with healthcare workers and colleagues

    Service Desk roles may be quieter or busier than responder roles. However, the responsibilities test emotional tameness and dealing with life-and-death situations. First responders are more in leadership roles and understand the very function of devices that assist with risk mitigation. Risk mitigation requires a lot of practicality when it comes to being resourceful. In contrast, computer scientists, immunologists, material engineers and programmers must create diagnostic devices and communication systems between WHO, CDC, UNICEF, Red Cross and other health organisation data centres for borders, airlines, and travel boats to mitigate the risk of rapid public exposure and treatment.

    Men and women working alongside each other are way more powerful when we understand gendered natural choices. And guess what? It’s all legal. Reporting the crisis in lab or frontline outbreaks right through to cross-contamination is legal. It’s been legal since the 1970s when Roger Tomlinsons’ invention to report outbreaks came into play.

    Essentially both teams are responsible for the global economy and people are the economy.


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  • Intro – How to Prevent Pandemics Ethically

    Hello Everyone,

    This is just an introduction to my written proposal on preventing pandemics ethically on my paid blog, How to Prevent Pandemics Ethically. It contains academic research where I spent six years between 2014 to 2019 studying ethical ways in which design technology can contribute to saving healthcare workers, the global economy and further productivity in the global economic marketplace by containing epidemics.

    The article explains solutions and hurdles of an outbreak’s happenings on the frontlines, and I’ll discuss my finding of the objective answers I found during my journey.

    You may read my ‘How to’ article on the premise that you’ll either want to know what technology serves all of our biological human imperatives, or you may become a future investor in creating a safer global economy.

    Either way, it’s going to
    take a village

    This fundraising cause gathers people from different disciplines to develop honest, ethical, collaborative and worthy solutions to look after the world population. So all proceeds go towards employing new people.

    Kind regards,
    Nandini Singh

    You can also purchase my article to view called How to Prevent Pandemics Ethically or read The Importance of Pandemic Prevention for further understanding for free.

    Thank you so very much for your contribution.

    Kind regards,
    Nandini Singh

  • How to Prevent Pandemics Ethically

    Doing the right thing is hard, but it's my thing to do.

    – Nandini Singh

    Hello Everyone,

    This is an introduction to my written proposal on preventing pandemics ethically on my paid blog, How to Prevent Pandemics Ethically. It contains academic research where I spent six years between 2014 to 2019 studying ethical ways design technology can save healthcare workers, the global economy and further productivity in the global economic marketplace by containing epidemics.

    The article explains solutions and hurdles of an outbreak’s happenings on the frontlines, and I’ll discuss my finding of the objective answers I found during my journey.

    You may read my ‘How to’ article on the premise that you’ll either want to know what and how technology serves all of our human biological imperatives, or you may become a future investor in creating a safer global economy. Either way, it’s going to take a village to shoot stars.

    This fundraising cause gathers people from different disciplines to develop honest, ethical, collaborative and worthy solutions to look after the world population. So all proceeds go towards employing new people.

    Just hit the subscribe button. Thank you so very much for your contribution.

    Kind regards,

    Nandini Singh

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  • The Importance of Pandemic Prevention

    Only 10% of designers understand design ethics and what it means to save society. Design has a minimal bias on who is ‘good’ or ‘bad’ in society. Design is a very outward discipline. It accommodates the poor, middle-class and rich income earners. Design is meant to care for everyone you and I hate and love. Design looks at reality objectively. The law looks at society subjectively. Hence, my professor Dr Soheil Ashrafi once stated the truth about the law, “The law cannot please every morality; design can”. And in saying that, as the great Kevin Samuels once stated, “Technology was made to challenge nature”. Design is very understanding of the human biological imperatives.

    Everyone will die one day, but everyone reaches old age at different times to a point where even hospital capacity isn’t overwhelmed, making a practical society. Viral pandemics don’t care about capacity.

    I read many books about healthcare workers’ and laboratorists’ experiences on the front and statistics before the pandemic. I had to stop the gunman from walking in and shooting everyone. I knew what would happen to first and third-world countries. I sometimes am so baffled by what I learn from all that reading. Imagine knowing all the chaos that would occur on a large scale and knowing that it would be genocide to sit back and let it happen. Imagine knowing how flawed the tools were for epidemic containment that cost healthcare workers, the public their lives and the economy because people ranging from poor to rich are the backbone of the economy. 

    A whopping 58% of healthcare workers who tried to contain the Ebola outbreak from 2014 to 2015 lost their lives; they left the more giant killers to assist with the more diminutive killer (Ebola). Malaria (the biggest killer) killed 50 times more than the Ebola death toll. I found a safe material for the garments in a technical textile book that wouldn’t put the healthcare workers in danger (but is not feasible on a pandemic scale); then, I found a humanitarian communicative system that healthcare workers used for outbreaks since the 1960s and planned how that would function for responders and then I thought of rapid computational genome systems which computer scientists never invented. No fast genome systems were invented to keep up with that 40% to 90% mortality rate virus because its overestimated mutation rate was 9.5 until 2020 by Ark Innovations. 

    Emotionally by Jan 2019—I was swimming in a pool of my tears and sweat because nobody understood ‘probability.’

    Look—90% of product designers do commercial work. They’re not impacting the global economic place with world-improving products/services. And most companies settle for mediocrity by employing people who don’t want to grow the 10% of designers contributing meaningfully.

    When people say, “Pandemics are normal”, they don’t know that superviruses (if they go global) will be the demise of our human biological imperatives. Even social media is disagreeable with our human biological imperatives. Everything has a capacity.

    The notion that ‘work from home’ was a revolution could’ve been done without a pandemic. Why didn’t people who passed their probation period or have excellent performance ratings at work get to work from home before the pandemic? Yes, money through public transportation spins the economy. But preventing pandemics spins the global economy.

    You can expand that 10% by doing construction, biomedical engineering, engineering (all disciples), computer science and Industrial Design (to design medical equipment and devices) or any sustainability discipline. 

    I would encourage young men, in particular, to be excellent in those fields because men have designed everything in this world since the beginning of time, and men can design more sustainable economic infrastructures.

  • Infertily Struggles – PCOS vs Normal Women

    Humans are put on Earth to procreate. It is tough when all men look for in women is fertility. But first, I want to share a biological fact with men that might scare them about today’s modern dating marketplace. When women are born with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, their eggs are not matured and are not released monthly due to a congenital disability. Now the ordinary woman who ovulates and gets her periods has matured eggs and has a higher success rate conceiving a child even if she is between 18 to 24 with an overweight, financially well-off man.

    In comparison, there are four stages of infertility for women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Women can have children in the first and second stages because they are fit and healthy. In the first stage—you need to take a pill to ovulate and have the vagina cleared out for biological insemination. Second stage is where you need to have an injection to ovulate. The third stage is when you’re overweight and need IVF, and the fourth is when you can no longer conceive due to a congenital disability. Women with PCOS have matured eggs around the age of 38 and have a higher success rate of conception. Or have a higher conception rate from 18 to 24 given that their male counterpart is genetically fit along with herself when her eggs are not matured.

  • Why Pandemic Prevention is an Unpopular Concept

    Social Media is a massive drug for attention in society. It has more supporters than people against it as a source of income.

    So you’re probably asking, “Are you going to drop the cause?” and the answer is “No”. I say “No” because the more giant killers go up during viral epidemics/pandemics. The people advocating to stop Cancer, Heart Disease and any other significant killers in other countries don’t have a blithering chance with preventing their cause diagnosis when and where there is a viral epidemic/pandemic because third-world countries lack resources (which in turn increases viral transmission rates), whilst in first-world nations—people have no access to the abundance of resources whilst they obey Government regulations to self isolate.

    But in my observation, many people say, “Help us raise Cancer awareness” seems prevalent in society because people don’t know any better than what I’ve stated. Now though there are ways more ethical than what we’ve seen to prevent pandemics, I can’t get people to switch their morals to say, “Let’s prevent future viral pandemics from happening”, but rather “We need to prevent viral pandemics too, because of a, b and c”.

    I certainly (from 2014) hated the idea of more giant killers thriving after reading about how the Malaria death toll grew to 600,000 during the 2013-2015 Ebola outbreak when it typically takes 500,000 lives without any other viral outbreak surging the way Ebola did. I couldn’t agree with that kind of outcome, along with many different results when viruses get out of control.

    The fact is that you can make money online and become rich but you can’t be rich dead whether by larger/smaller killer particularly when you are like every other human being who wants money through attention and/or entertainment on a daily basis.

  • The Pros and Cons of Ethnocentrism and Human Survival

    I will discuss my observation on how ethnocentrism favours biological death, health disruption and mate selection bias. And yes, I will talk about my six-year journey to prevent a pandemic.

    Ethnocentrism on a lighter scale of pulling the ‘race card’, is when people judge others from their cultural point of view as correct. It is undoubtedly a tribal trait that men, in particular, have because men have access to relationships and commitment. Black Lives Matter was similar to ethnocentrism; it prioritizes an ethnic culture (or Black culture in this case) as important. It only sees itself as a victim and cares for itself above others. 

    I’m Fijian-Indian, and I’ve researched the White colonization of India and Fiji when the Eugenics culture and Scientific Racism were in play. One of the first things I observed was that countries like India are probably (in my humble opinion) 50% better off without white colonization simply because Queen Victoria was starving her workers to death in the name of profiting from the wheat stock supply. That’s dumb. In comparison, Fiji fell apart when the British granted them Independence. That’s dumb. 

    On another note, there are still babies/adults with blue eyes and blonde hair in today’s society, like the first white settlers. This also tells you that Rotarians (as they are classified) are just human beings like people of colour people with not one inclining of melanin mixed with light-skinned. Biologically, men say they want their offspring to look like them—so they are more likely to procreate with someone with the same skin complexion range as them because a large percentage of men don’t want to raise a child that may not be theirs. They say it a million times.

    The problem with people’s denial of this biological bias is that they’ll say, “I’m not racist. My wife and I are Chinese, but my best friend is South Indian.” But it’s different when you and your wife are Chinese because you aren’t married to a South Indian because South Indians aren’t going to give a Chinese man a baby who looks entirely like him. And men say it all the time—men look at various things in women for replication value, that includes ethnic similarities. They don’t care how ‘good you are at your job’. They don’t want to raise a kid or kids who don’t look like them. People with blue and brown eyes and all lives deserve a space on this planet. White people in today’s day and age can prefer other white people for mate selection just as people of colour prefer people of colour, but we need to live harmoniously together.

    There are so many people of colour who don’t blame white people for the choices they’ve made in their life.

    The Cons

    In other blogs, I’ve said this a few times, but I will state what the great Kevin Samuels (RIP) said.

    Men developed technology to challenge nature”. 

    -Kevin Samuels

    This also challenges what men’s advocate Myron Gaines once said:

    “Men deal with the world as it is”.

    No, 85% of men choose dangerous jobs that run and maintain economic life. They build things that challenge nature.

    Men built every range of infrastructure on the principle of probability.

    i.e. The population will rise by x% by 2022. Therefore x amount of housing needs to be built.

    Before the pandemic, I observed that people who were either light-skinned and people of colour denied the fact that they could probably experience what other counties went through, in other words, they denied that they could probably experience what someone of the opposite complexion could experience.

    I had a Black Man from Africa say, “Leave our countries alone; Ebola is part of what our country goes through”. So if I had to look at that objectively, I would ask every person who was or wasn’t a person of colour, “Do you want to die alone in an isolation unit from a hemorrhagic fever?”. Or this Mexican and Norwegian mixed girl told me, “Don’t tackle viral epidemics” before the pandemic. If 51% of Africans didn’t mind that manner of death, but 51% of the rest of the world found that form of death undesirable, and there is available technology to prevent that virus from spreading globally, wouldn’t that help propagate society without global disruption? It didn’t just take two people for me to reach that conclusion. There were countless others. 

    People were then projecting their political viewpoints on vaccines based on their immune capabilities, but that is not how the world works.

    If you project your viewpoints on what you deem as ‘severe’ or ‘not severe’ about a pandemic, do you deserve people in your circle or following who are immune compromised or most affected by a pandemic?

    Wouldn’t it be safe to say that whether you are a Rotarian or POC (Person of Color), your infants with no immune systems before and after birth would have a higher chance of survival given there wouldn’t be a lack of medical supply, medical staff and overwhelmed hospital systems if technology were to prevent a pandemic?

    From my observation, to be from one pure race (black or white appearance), most of the time, aren’t first-natured in seeing each other as human beings. The primary nature is to prioritize their own families, not knowing that if one day (god forbid) humans of all races start transmitting a super virus, things will be much more complicated than COVID-19.

    Having a friend with the opposite appearance is different from marrying someone with the same appearance as you. More often than not, men (the selectors of relationships) want their offspring to look like them and believe their ‘immune systems can outperform when fighting off infections’. Men who marry and replicate with people of the same ethnicity have more trust with said people when it comes to having someone who relates to them more culturally and hence believe their gene pool would be stronger (un)consciously.

    By political reporter Matthew Doran in Bali
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    Even now, the function of a global economy is debatable when classifying it as a ‘social construct’, as we rely upon other countries for resource extraction to run economic life in every country. Still, ethnocentrism doesn’t pay off when you build a global economy, it certainly is a natural bias for reproduction. To primarily classify people as humans as a whole; is to live more, in reality, to propagate a society more successfully.

  • Poor Rich People

    I will explain the hideous truth about rich people; hopefully, it is some of whom I am addressing. Rich people don’t care about the weather during a pandemic. They care about how grateful you can be when struggling as a poor/average-income earner who looks up to them.

    As someone who sought to look after the global economy by preventing pandemics ethically before the pandemic, I’ve realised a lot during the pandemic when it comes to attention-rich people. They don’t care if their followers have to take a last-minute manufactured vaccine or the restrictions a pandemic imposes upon people’s biological imperatives. They care about how overvalued they are. Rappers, entrepreneurs, and people who have entertained their audience through some service/product that doesn’t entirely ensure your safety for your biological imperatives. Their common mantra is:

    Be grateful for what you have”. 

    Let me remind you—though they will encourage you to be rich when you cannot be wealthy dead. The poor/average may be ok with being poor/average, but they can’t be poor/average dead. Do you understand? Don’t forget that super viruses are much harder to treat and cure and will cause more grief to your lives. Everyone wants to survive with what they have.

    Not one rich person that I know of counted their living followers.

    Look at Dave Nick for example.

    Hmm yes Dave, I bet earning 10k a month for YouTube Automation Business for 3 years in lock down with the probability of catching a 40% to 90% mortality rate super virus when you’re out grocery shopping is a splendid way to live (or even die) rich. Yes… a deadlier virus can kill you through cross-contamination whether you’re poor all the way to rich.

    But carry on Dave…

    There is $1540,000,000,000,000 USD in the world ÷ 7,980,005,938 (world population) = $192,982.31 per person.

    How can content creators or entrepreneurs persuade every person to be rich when there would be no rich people? This is where content creators, entertainers or entrepreneurs become so overpriced or overvalued.

    Say you die tomorrow; the attention-rich content creators aren’t going to check if you’re alive after you’ve died from a virus that could’ve been prevented from invading yours and everyone else’s countries.

    I’m worth $1540,000,000,000,000 because I worked long and hard before the pandemic to save the global economy and I found three objective answers before it even arrived. Not these attention-rich entrepreneurs/content-creators who didn’t try to save a single soul and what those people had worked hard for.

    Though I would not take that sum of money, why are people who aren’t saving their followers getting richer? Then after advise poor/average people, saying, “Be grateful for what you have” or “Live every day like it was your last”. What the hell are they going to do in lockdown if they’ve run out of things to do under government restrictions? Were you ma’am/sir trying to save them before the pandemic? How long is one going to work under restrictions until they want/need a holiday?

    Do you see the figure below? Bill Gates wants to prevent pandemics.
    People think pumping 500 billion USD is worth saving the global economy.

    It’s a desperate sign that people would pump a lot of money to keep their biological imperatives safe. His method isn’t ethical because he’s just allowing a pandemic to occur again. But people don’t want to endure the same cycle again, even if they could be financially richer.

    Our survival methods aren’t on the premise of becoming immortal. We want to survive until we cannot physically endure when we become old. We want to be practical because of our beliefs, the lifestyle we live and with the infrastructures that have been built, within capacity.
    Becoming rich because of a pandemic isn’t making everyone else rich; it’s impossible. You’ve seen the math. Survival ensures everyone can enjoy their current lifestyle because technology has given us the mobility to do so by preventing pandemics.

    This is why those who disagree with me can’t truly appreciate you as a follower. It would kill them further to know that designers look after their followers. We’re not over-priced unless we sit on our titles, not trying to save the global economy; people are the global economy—the poor, average and rich. Be you poor, middle or rich; but you stay living till old age leaves you with less freedom because at least you know you cannot be immortal.

    Rich people don’t want me to find a way to save poor, average or rich people themselves from pandemics because selling you rap lines, ass, market trading, to online-business building during lockdown, is still limiting you from being free or safe. They just want to make more money. That’s the cold hard truth. You’d have to be the subject to a preventable crisis when everyone can’t be rich. We’re simply funding money into people who aren’t saving everyone else but themselves.

    I’m sorry but the price of art cannot outdo the price of design. Because design is responsible for everyone. Everyone we love/hate. It is a discipline that requires immense responsibility and more than that of art.

  • My Research Journey

    In this blog, I will go into detail about what I was working on for my Pandemic Prevention Project from 2014 to 2019, from when I was homeless, in despair and lost but, at the same time, on track with my objective.

    But first, I want to say that whether you love the world or not, your intentions are purest when you know that getting things done in a thorough and timely manner matters most—no shortcuts or illegitimate excuses for doing something last minute to save it. And I will name-call because I hope my opponents understand my honesty in this mission and how much I had to offer during the pre-pandemic stages in order to prevent one. So here we go…

    When I met Diana Paraan in 2015, she was a senior-level designer at Dry July; she was (within three days) very passive-aggressive. I was merely an intern with aspirations to prevent pandemics through design. I was three months into my project after graduating in September 2014. I couldn’t bare her passive aggression. I already saw a guy who didn’t like me when I was a virgin. He was emotionally unavailable. I’d been socked in the face for even letting my feelings get so far invested in him through my chemical attachment, my dad punished me at the time dealing with this random guy named Michael S. She told me I couldn’t follow instructions after giving me a task, and fair enough, my life was worse off. I was broke, and my life was utterly humiliated, thanks to my poor decision-making. After three days, I negotiated with Diana and said, “I’ll give you one week to find someone else,” she agreed (or so I thought) by the time I left. That very afternoon after my lengthy travel home, she said she had found someone else, and so for the next few days, without telling my parents; I sat in the library scouring through scholarly books, learning to reference my material and wrote because I had no laptop. Until I finally broke the news to my parents about my departure from the internship.

    I then went to work for Select Print. This position lasted 1 mere week. There I met a Lebanese woman named Leanna (or however you spell her name). While I sat at my desk, she pulled me up to tell me to re-design a catalogue with a Ferris wheel on there, and then she said, “This Ferris wheel looks like springs”. Diana had been working beside the Luna Park Ferris wheel. Which implies that Diana was a whore on bed springs. After three days of dealing with Diana, I found an article showing her kissing a Filipino actress’s husband, and the paparazzi caught her red-handed. I just shut my mouth for a year and two months because I wasn’t giving a shit about her. 

    When I didn’t respond to Leanne, she got in my face because she was having a bad day while I was in my chair. I left after one measly week.

    After that, I was waitressing at Max Brenner as a waitress and continued my research. There I met Sandra Christie. Sandra then told me to quit my job at MB and work at Victoria’s Secret for better pay. Stupid me, I did just that. One day I accidentally broke a policy, I purchased an item over the counter for myself, and that’s not allowed. My manager Siobhan then became very intimidating. Maybe I wasn’t scared because I knew how to fight, but she got in my face. I left that job. In short, Sandra said, “Don’t tackle viral epidemics”, when I disclosed what I was working on. But even then, I continued. I knew there was a bigger vision. Sandra then ditched me and continued her graphic design career.

    Then I went to work for Allcraft Printing, where I met Bilal and Emma Gora, who would end up being two erratic managers. Bilal said, “You’re not allowed to make a mistake”. I can’t even begin to explain how my journey. I went to the UNSW My Big Idea conference, where I scored MVP (Minimum Viable Product) for one of my ideas (the garment). Came back to work and printed off the form in 2015. Long story short, I made a blunder, and they could’ve quickly taken money out of my paycheck for that mistake, but no, Emma Gora had to fix her lips to say, “We’re ending on bad terms.”

    After months of going through all of the pain and hurt, I fell homeless after listening to my parents advising me to not make enemies. My parents no longer believed in me, and they were the ones who told me to go make something of myself. 
    While I was homeless, I sat in the North Sydney Library, figuring out how to prevent global destruction. I even went to UNSW Innovations to ask for help and was accused of ‘harassing’ Mary Liu.
    I’ve even got a list of nationalists who do nothing for their country (enemies). I do not like these people:

    1. Tuygen Nguyen
    2. Diana Paraan
    3. Natalie Siow
    4. Emma and Bilal Gora
    5. Leanne
    6. Siobhan K
    7. Sandra Christie
    8. Michael Spencer
    9. Mary Liu

    Most of them are East Asian, and three are Lebanese—do you know what kind of damage they have caused to the world? Do you know Dry July advocates against the more enormous killer (Cancer)? Did you also know that more giant killers go up during epidemics? I read all that before the pandemic. I also read that when the Lord Resistance Army waged Civil War in Africa during the Ebola outbreak in the 1900s, those combinations were catastrophic for any third-world country that has endured civil war. There’s nothing left in Lebanon after the Beirut blast. And ‘Stop Asian Hate’? Give me a break. The names above created a tremendous humanitarian crisis globally for pro and anti-vaxxers.

    I drew three ideas, two of which were implemented during the pandemic to a lesser degree of risk mitigation. Find me a graphic/product designer who was drawing rapid genome systems and geographic information systems before the pandemic for a higher mortality rate virus with no licensed vaccine available since the 1970s? Preventing pandemics means you look after the world population in a team that won’t take crap from low-down liars and gas lighters like the ones I have listed; those are your culprits.

    Whilst many take the COVID-19 pandemic as a ‘lesson’. Let’s not forget prevention is better than the cure, and nothing was prevented because accepting these things and inflation was somehow a more ‘genius’ way to navigate the world apparently.

    What does pandemic prevention mean?

    At the end of everything that has happened—I now have to look after the world population because preventing pandemics looks out for everyone mentally and physically. That’s what design is; it’s for the people because people are the economy. We’re not used to being cooped up at home awaiting government instructions to stay home for long periods of time. Wishing and normalising pandemics/epidemics is a wild way to bury economic life. It isn’t economical to want it or accept it.

    You can read more on my blog, The Importance of Pandemic Prevention.

    Thank you for reading my trivial story lol.

  • Permitting Pandemics

    There are many reasons I’ve stated why pandemics are inconvenient and why we need to challenge nature and human morality in my blog post titled The Importance of Pandemic Prevention or, in my more vaguely described article titled Combating Outbreaks. But I thought I’d point out what leaders like Bill Gates agree to when he talks about ‘Pandemic Prevention’ in his new book and on LinkedIn. And no, I don’t want to be enemies with anyone. Still, again, we have to discuss what power and leverage can do when having ‘good intentions’ doesn’t serve our human biological imperatives because men design technology to challenge nature.

    Bill Gates is now focusing on manufacturing vaccines and allowing pandemics to happen; this also means that we will have to endure the same hardship again. Now even though I am pro-vaxxer, I’m more pro-practical. I’m for a pandemic never occurring because if a super virus takes a world tour—it’s not going to be feasible, and it’s going to be way more tragic than COVID-19 because it’s difficult to manufacture a licensed vaccine for a rapidly mutating super virus. Ark Innovations just invented rapid genome systems in 2020. That was the very idea I thought about in 2018 which examines RNA and DNA samples collected by scientists. Rapid Genome Systems should’ve been invented when the very first super virus was discovered.

    Thirty-one per cent agreed that pandemic prevention was worth five hundred billion dollars under the pretence that a pandemic occurs.
    Even a multi-billionaire isn’t familiar with design ethics and how pandemics move against our human biological imperatives. Yet, you have tons of people who will fall at their feet for unethical solution(s) that will cost them dearly. 

    Figure 1: Pandemic Prevention Poll by Bill Gates

    Another point is, is that men have built an entire global economy, who is looking after it? Only 10% of designers will make and sell useful goods and services that spin the global economic place and who consider sustainability on a broad scale. Which also means they’ve passed being the 90% of designers who only do commercial work that doesn’t contribute to human survival.

    You can find out more about Bill Gates’s journey on LinkedIn. Let me know your thoughts.

    Thank you.

  • Combating Outbreaks

    I want to thank everyone who does understand the idea of pandemic prevention. To tell people they should die in isolation units, be placed in lockdowns, die in the back of trucks, and let their bodies decay for days outside funeral homes is a terrible ethical and economical agreement to have among other disasters countries face.

    Many believe that the world is overpopulated, which may be true because ‘too much of anything is never good’ is a true statement. But the reality is that men have built an entire global economy and technology to challenge nature. The average men require to go out and build the spine of our daily infrastructure, so it’s a given that they can’t stay indoors without high levels of productivity, and the rich, too, are enjoying the fruits of their hardship, so they want to travel and network.

    I’m in no position to personalise how people live their lives, but when there’s a viral outbreak—there are three kinds of people:

    1. Pro-vaxers who don’t trust their immune systems
    2. Anti-vaxers who rely on their immune systems to combat the virus
    3. People who are conspiracy theorists who have never thrived in outbreak-prone countries or have no real knowledge of the hardship in hot zones.

    As well as a high level of uncertainty of what lengths people would go to to keep their beliefs alive; it all comes down to risk mitigation for the kind of (in the case of a pandemic) survival tact(s) one wants to live by.

    A 1.2% to 2% mortality rate virus is much easier to manufacture a licensed vaccine. However, super viruses would be troublesome—Ark Innovations only just invented the first rapid genome system in 2020 for rapidly mutating viruses. Super viruses like Ebola hadn’t had a licensed vaccine made since the 1970s when it was discovered, so pro-vaxers would gain not much trust as it is illegal to sell unlicensed vaccines and complex to manufacture as its own mortality rate is between 40 to 90 per cent.

    Ultimately, Design Ethicists don’t have a say in who dies/lives but rather create more freedom for people to enjoy their fruits in the world more freely. Saving people is a far better alternative as most of the infrastructures built today do have a capacity, and it’s also our responsibility not to allow more impairment/problems to the world constructed painstakingly by men.

    Thank you so much. I appreciate everyone who supports this cause. It was a pleasure to find a way to deter the chaos because of male inventors.

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