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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 […]

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 […]

Big Sustainability Think Tank Presentation.

Mid-February 2016, representatives from Technocracy Inc. attended a Think Tank presentation about sustainability, economics, and the futures of both. Mark Ciotola, physicist and professor, whom you know from our website articles and Facebook discussions, and Jiarong Dong, chemical engineer & entropy activist provided an excellent presentation on Sustainability. First came a simple, yet complex question […]

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 […]

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Technocracy is basically an accounting system

Everything we do and use requires a certain amount of energy to do the work.  That work is now performed mostly by technology thus increasingly removing people’s ability to garner incomes. Instead of loading a depository (financial intuition) with diminishing access to a monetary fund of some kind, we determine what physical resources are available […]

Let it go

Technocracy Simplified

 By Technocracy Inc.   Scientific Functional Governance For North America An Abstract  “Whatever the future of Technocracy, one must fairly say that it is the only program of social and economic reconstruction which is in complete intellectual accord with the age in which we live.”     The Encyclopedia Americana Technocracy has always insisted that the type of […]

TECHNOCRACY INC. Scientific Functional Governance

NO WARS – NO POVERTY – CLEAN ENVIRONMENT   The technological advances of mankind’s efforts in North America have reached a degree of usage that has so changed the rules of governing our existing economic system that the effects are increasingly rendering the old system inoperable.  The cause of approaching environmental and social distress is […]

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The Energy Distribution Card

THAT WHICH CEASES TO FUNCTION, CEASES TO EXIST. Adapted from an article in the Technocracy Magazine, July 1937 Copyright 1938, Technocracy Inc. Edited, Updated and printed: August 2006   THE ENERGY DISTRIBUTION CARD As each day passes it becomes more evident that our socio-economic structure is unsustainable in the technological, scientific age in which we […]

No Peace in a Price System

Stephen L. Doll  1992  Published in: The Northwest Technocrat, 2nd quarter 1992, No. 327  “Peace at any price” has long been the cry of desperate people, willing to strike any bargain to establish harmony. The irony of this statement is that the concept of peace is not related to price; but the mechanism by which we […]

Money Is A Superstition

L.W. Nicholson  1998 Published in: Technocracy Digest, 3rd quarter 1998, No. 329  Great progress has, and is, occurring in the transferring of money from one individual, or corporation, to another. First, the direct exchange of goods with the old barter system, then to the use of seashells as a medium of exchange, then to the coining of […]

It Really Doesn’t Grow On Trees

Stephen L. Doll  1997  Published in: The Northwest Technocrat, 1st quarter 1997, No. 346  The stripping of rainforests for monetary profit points up a vital truth — we are dead set on a collision course between human ambition and the hard, cold realities of physical science. The world operates on two economic systems. The one is […]

Is Economic Recovery Possible?

Sam Rachele 1992 Published in: The Northwest Technocrat, 2nd quarter 1992, No. 327   This article was submitted by Technocracy member Sam Rachele as a letter to the editor, but was printed instead in the guest editorial column “As I see it” of the January 16th issue of the Gazette Times, Corvallis, OR, under the title U.S. […]

Impoverished Man in a World of Science

Wilhelm A. Tietz  1995  Published in:  Social Trends Newsletters, Aug. 1995, No. 138  The renaissance of science took place at the beginning of a European age of trade. It was born among a materialistic people whose business entrepreneurs perceived that science could be used by them for power and profit, and with its application they […]

Who is Looking After the Kids?

Cyril Large & Bette Hiebert  1997 Published in: Technocracy Digest, 3rd quarter 1997, No. 325  For over 60 years, members of the organization of Technocracy have been trying to look after your children, but we have been thwarted at every turn. We have spent time and money since the 1930s trying to wake up the public so […]