(1)...It would have the potential for becoming a worldwide network, which in time could provide a strong foundation and impetus toward the achievement of world peace. There is already at least one group in existence which is similar in nature to the one being proposed, called Action Linkage.
The structure and goals of the society would keep it out of conflict with all other organizations, including those that are political, religious and philosophical. This is not to be thought of as a potential world government system, but as an organization that leaders within all governments would eventually subscribe to. Over time an increasingly greater number of leaders in all governments would be members, or at least subscribe to the ethics and principles advocated by the organization. This would provide greater stability and unity to the world community. Governments over time would become less aggressive, more reasonable and logical in their approach to world affairs, and more peace-oriented. This would in all probability require a minimum time interval of at least several generations; however, could happen more quickly.
Every individual, group, society, religion, nation and political philosophy would benefit from its accomplishments, which would guarantee its success as a world organization. The nature, structure and goals of the society would foster trust and therefore build bridges across political, cultural and religious boundaries. Mutual trust and respect would ensure a cooperative effort.
(2)...The "Quest In Search Of the Theory of Everything" could arguably be viewed as the most noble and important single concept of all time, since its pursuit could ultimately have the greatest impact upon all of existence, not the least of which could be the survival of humankind. This search would provide the stimulus for continued discovery and growth in every conceivable direction. The knowledge gained would be used well beyond the fulfillment of idle curiosity.