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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 […]

US 2015 Q2 GDP Results

Real gross domestic product — the value of the goods and services produced by the nation’s economy less the value of the goods and services used up in production, adjusted for price changes – increased at an annual rate of 3.9 percent in the second quarter of 2015, according to the “third” estimate released by […]

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May 2015 TrendEvents

  The May 2015 issue of TrendEvents features news about finance, indoor farming, air travel, and laser engine ignition, followed by questions & answers about Technocracy and its design. Q & A covers the organization, monad and begins to discuss the Technocracy and the Price system. To view the issue, click: TrendEvents_2015_05.

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TrendEvents: January-February 2015 Issue

  As the new year is underway, this issue of TrendEvents begins with a warning about climate change. You naturally ask the question: why don’t more people care or do something? TrendEvents follows up with some of the answers.  Also featured are questions & answers taken from the Technocracy Technological Continental Design publication. To view the […]

Halloween TrendEvents

If this issue of TrendEvents won’t terrify you, what will? Scary robots, scary economics, scary nuclear waste, we have it all this issue! Also featured are numerous reviews of technology issues and developments with commentary by Ron Miller.  View the issue here!

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End of Summer TrendEvents

The end-of-summer issue of TrendEvents features numerous reviews of technology developments and commentary by Ron Miller, and “Mechanisms of Distribution” from the Technocracy Study Course. Click on the link below: TrendEvents—End of Summer 2014