Religion has served to prevent mankindís self-annihilation by balancing excessive evil with good, but is about goodness, not knowledge. Excessive evil can result from competition, which is the main engine of socioeconomic progress in an irrational society. A knowledge foundation of morality or rationality can be formed based on the solution of value. The determination of value depends on the perception of value. From its solution of complete automation, post-science believes the possibility of mankindís self-creation and contends that the perception of value is a part of the designed criteria in the creation of the living system, which includes all the living things and its environment, including the solar system.
Post-Science Institute has also solves the problem of touch or collision without bouncing off with the new physics concept of jumpulse, which denotes a sudden change of force, as Newtonian impulse is a sudden change of momentum. The Japanese Sixth Generation Computer Science, Robotics, has failed because robot cannot touch; a robot finger bounces off a surface like a ball bounces off a racket. The solution of complete automation is the Self-Manufactured General Purpose Robot, having the ability of touch and being fully controlled by completely automated software. Ultimately, the Robot will become the human, and the software, DNA.
Post-Science Institute introduces a solution for solving the long-term problem of unemployment, when robots gradually take over works performed by humans. The solution is simply to reduce the number of working days per week so that the available work will be distributed to more workers. This so-called Distributed Full Employment policy might also be used to solve the unemployment problem in a crisis.
In order to survive permanently in an uncertain environment, the range of fault tolerance of the Robot must be expanded with design specifications, such as biodiversity, multi-cellular design, sexual reproduction, auto-update, and self-creation. Expanding the range of tolerance for permanent survival could be considered The Final Problem, and the living system, a trial solution of The Final Problem, both of which will continue to infinity in time and will never be finished. One of the major outcomes of The Final Problem is that the real world is mostly fuzzy, which characterizes social and life sciences or post-science, rather than exact, which characterizes science.