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Could this be a step in the transition toward a Technocracy?

This isn’t sci-fi: A space-based sharing economy powered by nano-satellites could save humanity World Economic Forum March 31, 2017 The rise of the internet and the ubiquity of mobile computing devices have changed everything from travel and shopping to politics – think Uber, Amazon and Twitter. But for the next revolution in commerce, governance and […]

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 […]


 2017 Winter TrendEvents newsletter pdf  WINTER 2017 Continental Power Concept, Arsenic in Rice, Energy Price Regulations, What has Technocracy Inc. Been Up To?, all this and more in this Quarter’s newsletter.   A CONTINENTAL POWER CONCEPT By George Wright The Continental Hydrology was surveyed long ago by the Technical Alliance, forerunners of Technocracy Inc.  This […]

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 […]


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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

The Conversion of the American Dream by Tom Atlee – 1990

The American Dream is a vision of individual and family happiness and security based on the ability to have and consume more of everything. Its social vision is of people with equal opportunity competing for these things and thereby expanding the prosperity of all. Of course, it doesn’t quite work that way. First: This American […]

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 […]

Bread and Circuses (Panem et Circenses)

Burton W. Bogardus  1994 Published in: Northwest Area News, August 1994, No. 126   In the early part of the last century, our grandparents were taught that the world was made about 4004 BC, as that was the date determined by a Bishop Usher who had counted the generations from the first man, Adam, to the […]

Disguised Reality

John Berge 1990  Published in: The Northwest Technocrat, 1st quarter 1990, No. 318   It is easy to be misled by all the excitement and emotion portrayed in the media. But we are being cheated; we are given only superficial information that conceals the real events. Beneath the surface is a different story and one can get […]


The Technical Alliance was the forerunner of Technocracy, Inc.  For reasons of ensuring the studies of the Alliance were not “politicized,” they had to incorporate to maintain a legal standing to protect their information.   Note the date of this interview; February 20, 1921.  The land area we call North America could have begun to […]

Lessons from the Past

John Berge 1996 Published in: The Northwest Technocrat, 2nd quarter 1996, No. 343   No more than glimpses of what once existed are revealed to us in the ever changing languages, religions, myths and legends. But, sometimes the painstaking effort by scientists can give us a few facts that can raise the curtain of the past just a […]

Mass Extinction

Ron Miller 1989  Published in: The Northwest Technocrat, 4th quarter 1989, No. 317  This article was adapted from a lecture.   Some 66 million years ago a planetoid about 6 miles in diameter hit the earth with an awesome, stupendous force. It was a disaster of tremendous magnitude. Winds of 200 to 300 miles per hour raced over […]

The History Books Lied

L.W. Nicholson  1997  Published in: Technocracy Digest, 3rd quarter 1997, No. 325   The United States of America has a long history of liberty, freedom from political oppression, and justice for all citizens. Any school child who has studied American history, knows this, and can tell stories concerning the founding father who fought for the rights […]