According to a UN study, Norway is the best country to live on the planet.
This is a report on human development that is based on the rate of literacy, he gross domestic product per inhabitant and the life hope.
Of course, the calculations are based on the canons of Western capitalism and little is taken into account if families have breakfast together, if people go all year long in the street, if suicide statistics are alarming or how many times Children smile during the day.
However, money, letters and living with a pension for long years can also give happiness although to define such an abstract concept personally I think the formula should be followed by a few algorithms to make it more complex.
The list is headed Norway and among the first 15 are Australia, Canada, the United States, Ireland, Iceland, the Netherlands, Sweden, France, Switzerland, Japan, Luxembourg, Finland, Austria and Spain in fifteenth place.
In the last places are the least developed countries on the planet or involved in continuous wars such as Mali, Central African Republic, Sierra Leone, Afghanistan and Niger.
Via | Europa Press