the life and culture of those that live here is a huge topic, and there's so much to talk about
a few examples,
are the ppl here more friendly and good to those around them? and what % of them are?
and are the ppl here more loyal to their significant other or what do they think of family?**
and how much do the ppl here care about the whole of humanity compared to other places?
are the regulations for the public good or against the welfare of the ppl in the society?
- like is tobacco banned for the public good? or is it a more free-market capitalist society that may not be for a better society?
do the ppl value science & engineering more than other places, and thus are more well-educated in the sciences?
- like do those that live here have more scientists per capita? engineers per capita?
do the ppl care about innovation, and are startup-focused than other places?
- like are there more friendly startup regulations?**
some ppl would say that at least some places are pretty much the same -- that there isn't any significant difference
- for way of life, what separates the ppl here from other places?
there may be a good ranking of the cares & values of those that live here
one key challenge/difficulty with values discussions is:
most ppl tend to have very limited experiences (but that's why there's the Web)
and they tend to have a large lack of understanding of themselves
and a lack of understanding of others, and tend to over-generalise others
Loughborough at number one