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Celebrating Independence Day, July 4 2020

A continuation of http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/the-apocalypse-march-10-2020 and building on http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/design-a-new-way-to-power

Our small group has expanded we’ve added several families and individuals. Our electric grid system has been repaired thanks to the rip rack machine and the culling of metals from abandoned businesses and properties to repair our long blasted computers and melted parts. A.V., Murray, Laura, Michael, William, Shakwei, Malachi, Greg, Robert, Janice, Edward, Velma, Aristotle, Morgan, Denzel, Jerri, Margaret, Angie, Myrtle, Barbara and Rahul have joined our original group: Verity , Fred, Mary, Charlie, Angel, Melanie and John for our celebration.

Denzel, chairman for the month, holds up his hands for silence. This will be his first speech to the group.

“We are now 28 and growing. Or at least the seven children are growing! Melanie has organized the school and has the assistance of three others. Now we have a school!.” His comments were interrupted by applause and some surprise from members who were totally focused on technology. “Finally, we have to congratulate Myrtle. As our newest member, she has begun her journey through the Evoke Module by completing her dream of “Our Future” and has further selected two areas of further education to pursue under Aristotle’s delicate guidance.” That cracks up the crowd, and even Aristotle laughs. He is not known for a delicate hand where learning is involved.

John announces the latest news: “The EVOKE Satellite series VI is marginally functioning- they are sending one up a month until the ring of 32 satellites is completed for world-wide rapid communication. As you know, it went on line in June as promised. So we are in contact now, at least part time. Agents throughout the world have been checking in. According the the very latest reports we didn’t lose more than about 10% of our Agents. Next, .the nano technology has been replaced and we are even hearing of a new source arising from quantum theory that may be our future. A few vague reports of protective force fields being tried out to protect crops also have positive potential. In short, things are the best they have been in 8 years! The future is looking good. Our sack gardens and other mobile-easily moved-farming modalities have given us the resources to begin diversifying beyond mere survival. Our numbers mean division of labor is increasingly possible. The expertise our group now has allows us to build faster than we thought. We will be adding 25-75% of the remaining people in our 60 mile diameter zone over the next few months. We’ll be discussing the hows of that at our next meeting.” John grimaced, “It means getting into new governmental structures, I’m afraid.”

Everyone laughs, knowing how much John hates politics.

“That’s right, hon” John’s wife, Melanie, said –in an echo of too many past conversations. “But you can always do a Sherman!”

Several fellow Evoke agents looked puzzled. John grins, saying by way of explanation, “yes, I know, dear”, holding up his right hand,. “If nominated, I will not run, if elected, I will not serve!”

This only increases the laughter, all the group knows that John very rarely refuses to help on any project. And then only with a careful explanation as to why his help is not needed.

Rahul pours the wine from our small traveling vineyard, saying “This is truly a day worth celebrating.” Acknowledgements of “Here, Here” are loud and sincere.

The open night fires of march have yielded to a nano technology treated salvaged canvass tent and stove that is powered by transfer of energy, and usable during the day. So far four of them have been set up.

We were outside, in a tent, during the hottest part of the day. We had interior lights and while. New Mexico was now experiencing 125 -145 degrees Fahrenheit during the day, and the high 90s, to low 100s during the evening., it was a comfortable 75 degrees F within the tent.. We served. some of our new rapid growth, genetically enhanced vegetables, fruits, and meats. The wine was fresh and a little like the popular zinfandels from only a decade past. Next would be facing down the challenges that were building.

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Comment by John D. Boyden on March 21, 2010 at 9:05pm
lol I was there was a power for fun! I'll call it sustainability


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