Path to World Peace Found

There was an uproar in the world’s scientific community when researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Socio-Politics (MISP) made public their findings, claiming to have found a mechanism to end war on earth.

“We are very excited,” said Dr. Marvin Dandroid, director of meme theory at MISP, “This discovery shows a lot of promise.” The renowned institute released a study last week which proclaims to have found a “very simple process for ending war.”

This process, dubbed by the institutes’s research team as “The Peace Path,” states how the process begins at the individual level, with each human being able to contribute to peace on earth. The highly praised study states how the path to peace can be generalized into two steps, which are:

Step 1- Achieve peace on an individual scale.

Step 2- Encourage others to do the same.

The research team found that when individuals are at peace with themselves, they also become at peace with the world. The study concludes that when enough people have achieved peace with themselves, there will no longer be enough support for war to continue.

Dr. Dandroid and his colleagues are optimistic that this discovery will “help bring a new age of prosperity for our species.”

Although it is a simple process, the study notes how “achieving inner peace” and “encouraging others to take action” are both potential obstacles. The study continues on to note how “it took our lifetimes to become who we are as individuals, and it took thousands of lifetimes for humanity to get where it is today, so we cannot expect change to happen overnight.”

Despite facing what some would call insurmountable challenges, the team at MISP remains hopeful, claiming that the Peace Path can help the human race achieve world peace “in less than fifty years.”

There is no Dr. Marvin Dandroid of the Massachusetts Institute of Socio-Politics. The peace path, however, is not necessarily fiction; world peace is only a dream because we have yet to make it a reality.

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