Is it time for those citizens of the world united in our respect for science, the scientific method and scientists to unshackle ourselves from the self-destructive social and political ties of nations, where major decisions are conducted by governing bodies composed of primarily non-scientists, in favor of a new nation where a science background is required qualification for the upper realms of elected and political appointed office? With the technological advances in constructing man-made islands such as in Dubai, isn't it time that such a peaceful break between the pro-science people of the world and those still steeped in doing things the old way be considered? Wouldn't the world's inability and refusal to think out-of-the-box (in a literal sense) in both the Israeli-Middle East conflict and in our own struggle with the forces of anti-science benefit from literally "leaving the box" behind? If only one side or the other in the Middle East conflict could get over their ancient and blind loyalty to the concept of "holy land" in favor of the creation of a new land through the science of engineering, wouldn't that solve that ancient conflict? And if not them, why not us, the candles in the dark for science? We have so much technology and advancement at our fingertips. Why do we remain loyal to science illiterate brutes who worship force and that lead us toward destruction, when we can give the reins of government, in a display of peaceful nation-creating the world has never seen, to the men and women of science we trust and respect? Scientists? Why do you surrender yourselves as the underlings to those with little to no respect for the findings of science and the scientific method? Should we utilize advancements in engineering and small-scale terra forming to free ourselves from our condition of servitude to the anti-science in favor of a new nation where only scientists sit at the highest levels of government? Instead of standing to the side and pointing out everything those that govern us are doing wrong, why not busy ourselves with planning our own nation of science to govern as we see fit?