Here are the problems I found that exist in the world..

There are dozens of incurable diseases, cancers with a 100% mortality rate, and we all biologically age. Further, there are accidents, disasters, violence, and global issues. Neuroscience can point to prayer in the brain, neuroscience can point to morality in the brain, neuroscience can recreate the religious experience feeling with a helmet, neuroscience proves the two prerequisites to consciousness are awareness and arrousal, physics proves the universe is not a simulation after an experiment on the biggest computer, and physics can measure the energy of people who have passed away proving their energy goes back to the universe. Hundreds of thousands die everyday, tens of millions die every year. Physical beauty is objective by symmetry, love is perhaps a chemical addiction, and status/personality/appearance/income/wealth/education is part of a social hierachy among us. We have needs and wants although they are not equally shared, instead an economy based on competition. Not believing in quantifiable objective truths is cognitive dissonance and not experiencing the world empirically is cognitively distortive. 

This website lists live stats of mortality all around the world:

Here are two other live stats that are going on in America and the globe + And this site shows famous scientists alive today + the most influential people of all time