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What if Scarcity wasn’t real?

What if Scarcity is engineered to keep people acquiescent?  What if Fear was the hoped-for result of that engineered scarcity?  Why is America such an aggressive / competitive, even combative society? Technocracy thinks that scarcity is a false premise and that the resulting fear in not having enough allows injurious actions (to society and the […]

Time Banks

How Time Banks Work Members share their talents and services, record their hours, then ‘spend’ them later on services they want. Everyone’s hours are equal. There is no barter. Among the most critical parts of a healthy community economy are its non-monetary components, such as household labor and civic activity.   A CORE ECONOMY. If […]

Take Back Your Money

    Take Back Your Money By Mark Ciotola There have been grumblings among some Technocrats about the Federal Reserve controlling the US currency. Yet is this entirely true? Although Technocracy is not in the business of promoting money (far from it). Nevertheless, you don’t have to take the Federal Reserve system sitting down. The Federal Reserve […]

In Other Words….. Biomemetics is an important consideration

A quick overview: Worldwide connection is demonstrable through – pollution… Environmentally Sound Technologies are best determined locally, but viewed globally Good EST’s are ones that mimic nature’s systems – or biomemetics   Phytotechnologies Online Article A Technical Approach in Environmental Management I. INTRODUCTION – AN ECOSYSTEMS PERSPECTIVE Our global interdependence and vulnerability has never been more […]

Efficiency – A Technocracy Principle

Delivering Water, Removing Waste and Generating Electricity; A Powerful Combination           Below are several links on the generation of electricity from services that are already in place.  Municipalities provide us with water and remove our waste.  How efficient to also create energy from these vital services.  It is amazing what society […]

Burning Fossil Fuels – What does it do to our environment?

  Below is a map of the United States via airvisual.com –  the parts that are red are high pollution – Louisville, Kentucky is the hotspot.   Some of the most significant hidden costs of fossil fuels are from the air emissions that occur when they are burned. Unlike the extraction and transport stages, in […]

FUTURE PREDICTIONS

FUTURE PREDICTIONS: By Robert Goldman with Alli Berman May 31, 2016 · In 1998, Kodak had 170,000 employees and sold 85% of all photo paper worldwide. Within just a few years, their business model disappeared and they went bankrupt. What happened to Kodak will happen in a lot of industries in the next 10 years – and most […]

Is Scarcity currently a myth?

This is a talk by about the Scarcity Myth, created by TZM, using the information taken from Technocracy Inc’s. concepts and information.  It is wonderful that there are groups of people utilizing Technocracy Inc.’s information to further progress toward a better world! The video is about 20 minutes long.  It also includes information on raising […]

Other Sustainable Organizations

Technocracy was an Economic Reform and Sustainability Organization long before the word sustainability was coined. Now, it is so wonderful to see that there are THOUSANDS of organizations that are concerned with and trying to: find ways to support the earth, discover new technologies that bring accessibility of water, food, information internet and other services to […]

Clarifying Misinformation about Technocracy

It has come to our attention that some organizations, and individual people are trying to denigrate Technocracy Inc. by stating untruths about us. People maneuver and twist information, or just make up information to defame an organization.  The most vocal against Technocracy Inc. are asking for your money to put in their pockets to support their […]

An Environmental Economic Standard

Creating an up-to-date economic standard By Charmie Gilcrease Preface:  I am not a scientist, I am not an economist, but, I am a systems thinker and see how the current economic system is not working in an efficient and sustainable manner.  Like-minded people have gotten together and are now working on new thoughts about a […]

A Research Agenda for Digital Economy

A Research Agenda for the Digital Economy By George Wright 2015 Rapid advances in technology are creating economic opportunities and challenges that are often fundamentally different from any our society has experienced before. We call for an ambitious program of groundbreaking research that will focus the world’s best minds on understanding and solving the new […]

United to Protect the Earth

MORTON COUNTY — Ceremony, aromatic sage and drumming song welcomed the eight tribes of Washington State into the encampment of Native Americans supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Tribes with new and unusual names — Yakama Nation, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, Lummi Nation, Puyallup Tribe, Nisqually Indian Tribe, The […]

TONGUE IN CHEEK POST

Scientists Slowly Reintroducing Small Group Of Normal, Well-Adjusted Humans Into Society A member of the endangered subtype of human, ones who possesses the unusual abilities to calmly reflect on situations and view the world from others’ perspectives, is reintroduced into the general population. ITHACA, NY—In an ambitious attempt to revive a population long considered to […]

A Summary:

A brief summation of Technocracy: It is possible with North America’s present resources, technology, and knowledge to give to every inhabitant of this Continent a guaranteed standard of living higher than any ever known. This abundant standard of living can be attained only with less, rather than more, labor; for they can be produced only […]

Hydroponics

Indoor Farming

Review by Ron Miller “There is a real trend towards something called variously urban agriculture, indoor farming or vertical farming,” says Cary Mitchell, a horticulturist at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. The original idea was for skyscrapers filled with plants but was never realistic. Skyscrapers don’t come cheap. In New York City, a company […]