This group is split in two:
One of the groups runs around the whole world glueing everything together as though the entire world was meant to be in a state of equilibrium and it's their natural duty to keep it that way.
The other group consists of those who have been convinced by someone else that a certain change is for the better. They will then carry out that plan while either avoiding the first group altogether or silently waging war with them to avoid direct confrontation.
We are busy running between supercomputers, fancy electronic slide-rules, particle accelerators, libraries, and other places of that nature figuring out how the world works so we can manipulate it. We are often the provider of instructions for our friends the Guardians when we think to ourselves: "You know, if we built the roads and buildings in the city in a grid pattern, we could more easily get from point A to point B while avoiding everybody else..." However, when we explain it, it comes out like this: "You know, if we built the roads and buildings in the city in a grid pattern, it would be pretty and we could get places faster" in an attempt to rally support.
The artisans quickly grow wings and fly among the clouds, watching everybody below and gossiping about their personal lives and voting for the idealists' plans.
The idealists quickly make camp on the moon, and look down upon earth thinking amongst themselves: "You know, if those two continents were together, the animals could more freely play with each other! Quick! Issue a congressional order! It's an EMERGENCY! We MUST pass this or the world will end!!" Then, when the animals start eating each other, they try to pass another emergency measure to change the behavior of animals so they don't eat each other - instead, they should all be vegetarians and be raised with unisex brains.