>>44918>you'll just develop new ones
Not OP but this is a very weak argument since it's true to everything. You always have a problem, and this is good, it's the engine that keeps mankind moving. The fact that solutions are imperfect and bring new problems is a well known philosophical prinple, but that doesn't mean we don't need to struggle for bettering ourselves.
You bought a BMW? Now you want a Rolls Royce.
Your city has universal secondary education? Now people want college.
You've got big boobs? Time to fix that slighly crooked nose.
In every case you ended up with another problem, but it's smaller than the former even if the problems didn't cease to exist.
People living 200 years ago didn't suffer from most of our problems, but their lives were worse. Imagine if people from American, English and French Revolutions didn't fight for better lives just because new problems would arise.