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The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
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Like our global energy crises there must be economically sustainable as well. We assume that because a dollar circulates from your hand to Wal-Mart’s stockholders hands that our economic system is…Continue

Tags: economy, qaaba, knowledge, bank, system

Started this discussion. Last reply by Amaterasu Solar May 8, 2012.

Solutions through civilization progression.

The issue for discussion is the readiness and expectations of Americans to succeed above all challenges facing mankind. Change is no longer a topic or slogan as it now holds the key to our very…Continue

Started Jun 21, 2010

Is a Flashforward Possible in the Progression of Civilizations?
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The world has been so gracious in providing those who can, have and should exercise every opportunity to bring about such clinedestined awareness of disasters. This dialog addresses the need for such…Continue

Tags: global, housing, economics

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brenda Gail James Feb 17, 2010.

A dynamic new change in design is required for emerging industry models and governance
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The catalyst of change is the same today as it was in past challenges and as such will require innovations followed by inspiration. The future will require more than the warmed over re-application of…Continue

Tags: knowledgebase, Qaaba

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Short Jan 31, 2010.

 

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Robert Short is attending David Woolfson's event

Road to Peace - Ancient Wisdom of the 14th Dalai lama of Tibet at Global

September 21, 2012 all day
“Powerful and impactful documentary. You can feel the presence of the Dalai Lama just emanating from the screen.” "If we combine our knowledge, skills and expertise with our willpower and determination, then no matter what problems we face we can solve those problems forever " - HH Dalai Lama.See More
Sep 18, 2012
Amaterasu Solar replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"So I think a planetary solution - with stigmergic governance via the web rather than a government (see http://journal.media-culture.org.au/0605/03-elliott.php for a definition of stigmergy) - is in order.  We must have free energy and…"
May 8, 2012
Karla Sachi replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"I'm so on the same page -- am also meditating again, after a 20 year lapse!  Had it in my back pocket  all this time--and suddenly realized---I need to do this again.   I went to see my old house last week--it was on 5…"
May 8, 2012
Tim O'Keeffe replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"How easily does the chatter flow about ways to fix America.  America was a good concept, until capitalism and wealth concentrated.  Then, like magic, powerful elite pulled the levers and presto - another oligarchy was established. …"
May 8, 2012
Karla Sachi replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"Do you know if there are trade schools that specialize in areas resource managment, reycyling and green technologies?  In the U.S.?  There must be--I'm not in that circle, I'm out in jungle in Hawaii---I was just wondering if…"
May 3, 2012
Robert Short replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"This is a project I am involved with - are you familair with http://www.opengovpartnership.org/"
May 2, 2012
Robert Short replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"Why?"
May 2, 2012
Karla Sachi replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"Ask Why? "
May 2, 2012
Amaterasu Solar replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"It is for this reason I fight those small-minded men.  Human Beings are each a facet of Consciousness, and They toy with Us, torture Us, and kill Us as if We were mold.  This must end."
Apr 26, 2012
Karla Sachi replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"I was married to a man whose father owned a large commercial airline and communications company for many years--and as a child he traveled with his father to meetings, including traveling on private jets to secret locations throughout the world with…"
Apr 26, 2012
Karla Sachi replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"BTW, the only known immortal on this earth is a lowly worm, being researched by people involved with the study of telemeres, the little tails that drop off and make us age at the end of our dna.  This worm drops off half it's body and…"
Apr 26, 2012
Amaterasu Solar replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"Imagine if We eliminated the consumerism-based economy by having no need for money.  Did You read The End of Entropy? http://worldshift2012.org/profiles/blogs/the-end-of-entropy-a-look-at-our-entropic-world-and-the-evidence"
Apr 20, 2012
Amaterasu Solar replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"I'll check the movie out.  I have studied history and archaeology extensively... Thanks for the tip."
Apr 20, 2012
Amaterasu Solar replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"Well, I admit You did not say We ARE worms...  You said, " We're all no better than worms..."  which I disagree with. Now, YOU may sit on tuffets, but I don't.  I am very active in trying to change the planet…"
Apr 20, 2012
Karla Sachi replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"It takes participants to do the consuming, for them to continue this....madness.  Living off killing, demanding more babies, using war and hedge funds for profit, as a method of birth control, and demanding an end to women using birth…"
Apr 20, 2012
Karla Sachi replied to Robert Short's discussion The challenge - what would a sustainable economy look like?
"PS Go see the movie Chimpanzee.......Google Hypatia, and Bodacia and Amazon Warrior women, the history, myth and archaeology...fascinating."
Apr 20, 2012

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Do you believe we're now in a global emergency?
As a knowledge economy innovative systems provider, I see a global emergence of open-governance coupled with rapid deployment sustainable innovations and capital investment.
What does climate change mean to you?
All things come and go in their seasons. While some are planted others are harvested. Darwin illuded that any species reliant upon its habitate that cannot adapt to sudden change will become extinct.
What does peace mean to you?
If we can build a way to think in peace, we can build civilizations to live in peace.
What does community mean to you?
Sense of place established through sound economic, ecological, and equity sharing amoung the generations.
What does politics mean to you?
Politics is a means to mask the idealism of "affinity". In a type 1 civilization, governance is the execution of the will of the people and not "party" over reason.
What does money mean to you?
Money is a unit representation of value established on market means. The miracle of money is in its growth in that it demands an exponential rate of return on investment. When considering the mathematical rule of 72, which is the base formula for calculating compound interest, we find a number that resides at the core of our existance. Albert Einstein considered the rule of 72 as the most powerful rule in the universe. But he was just one person. Money is a synthetic unit of exchange but sometimes it is used as an expression of love between peoples in need.
What makes you truly happy?
Never really thought about it...

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At 3:13pm on November 11, 2011, Stephen Israel said…

hi robert,

thanks for the greetings:).

!! Likewise !!

let's get this

'Thing'

back

on

track!

 

warmly,

stephen

At 4:53pm on December 30, 2009, Janos Abel gave Robert Short a gift
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Welcome to the Stafford Beer appreciation society :-)
 
 
 

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