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Money is such an outdated concept! Much like countries.

In this century, Money or more specifically 'Debt' is a major problem. Most this I refer to as issues, but money really is a problem no matter what way you look at it.


Many will argue money isn't evil and that it's people that misuse it or are corrupted by it. This sadly isn't so. The system we exist in is the problem, for as long as currency dominates our thought patterns we have an attachment. This creates an imprisonment psychologically and arguable spiritually. Can this…
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Added by Benjamin Michael Jones on April 23, 2010 at 3:04pm — 44 Comments

Water, Water everywhere, but not a drop to drink!

For the most brilliant water event the world has ever seen, were going to need Everyone!


Across the globe at the worlds most beautiful lakes stages are being constructed, orchestras are being positioned, singers, choirs and chanters. Cameras are being set up and the world is invited to participate through TV, Internet or by being in the area in person. All the events are free!…


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Added by Benjamin Michael Jones on April 23, 2010 at 2:26pm — No Comments

Through the hardest situations sometimes come the greatest results!

The most successful Innovation comes from necessity. In life we can do things the hard way or the smart way. This inspiring video of a young man called William Kamkwamba. This young man decided that poverty was real issue for him, but if he were to be educated he could solve his won problem - were back to the same idea of letting people solve their own problems, but providing them the resources to do it.


The trigger for this was - Famine, as good a reason as any, but notice…
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Added by Benjamin Michael Jones on April 23, 2010 at 2:16pm — No Comments

The Venus Project creator AKA 'The Modern Da Vinci'

My real life hero is Jacque Fresco. This guys has been pioneering for the last 75 year approx. for the redevelopment of of our social and economical ways as a global wh***. He argues almost every problem that faces humanity, can be solved using the correct distribution of resources and science and technology. The concept is far bigger than a simple… Continue

Added by Benjamin Michael Jones on April 23, 2010 at 2:15pm — No Comments

Change from a Monetary System to Resource-Shared System

In 2020 my best case scenario would be that The Venus project has been fully integrated and up and running for a good 8 years...


I wouldn't wake to hear of a sudden crisis of a food supply issue, as the fully shared resources of the earth would have been gradually redistributed to the areas most in need and technology would have developed to suit all areas of the earth. [This is based upon the assumption that the techtonic plates do not change with the pole shift.] For…
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Added by Benjamin Michael Jones on April 23, 2010 at 2:12pm — No Comments

Farming is essential - Everywhere!

Part of another really important area of agriculture is that of countries like the UK. Even with the facilities and technology countries are over looked. Why is this an issue?


Well lets look at this pragmatically, in the event countries where food is imported, current farming in these countries will be expected to take up the slack. This is horrendous, but sadly true. Worse still because of cost... *sigh* Farming is neglected and so are the farmers. This is an untapped…
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Added by Benjamin Michael Jones on April 23, 2010 at 2:11pm — 4 Comments

Food - How you make me feel so good!

I'm sitting with the Farming and Agriculture Ministry of Earth [Team of brilliant engineers and scientists]. In the centre of a very popular and very beautiful skyscraper restaurant. Even a mile in the sky the fauna and flora is rich throughout the establishment small hydroponics are filled with fruit and other various goodies from nature, free for the picking. The layout is superbly efficient and totally automated. Regular robotic arms circulate the restaurant and have been adapted coyly with… Continue

Added by Benjamin Michael Jones on April 23, 2010 at 2:10pm — 3 Comments

We've got the Power!

Listen to Link whilst reading to inspire: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BRv9wGf5pk


Some fantastic ideas compliments of Ted.com.


The first is a guy who has created a windmill in Africa to help power his local area. He basically constructed it out of junk... Brilliant! Resourceful, Decentralising and…
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Added by Benjamin Michael Jones on April 23, 2010 at 2:09pm — No Comments

Birthday of Future!

Today is my birthday! My celebrations are consisting of fantastic beach holiday with friends an family of the Coast of Australia on a quiet little home, in a secluded, but quasi tropical region of Queensland.


The sun is just setting and the BBQ is fired up! An assortment of the most delicious delectableness food is ready to be scorched up and spread out amongst the clan.…


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Added by Benjamin Michael Jones on April 23, 2010 at 2:05pm — 1 Comment

LIFESAVERS

Michael Pritchard C.E.O of Lifesaversystems has been working of the water issues of developing countries and in short, found the best method was to make technology that could be used by everyone and was easy reuse without even the need for a well!




Here he talks…
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Added by Benjamin Michael Jones on April 23, 2010 at 2:01pm — 2 Comments

Clothing: An untapped resource of sustainability!

So for my design what I wanted to do was utilise a similar concept to: http://www.soccket.com/ referring to Miss Jessica.


Taking Kinetic energy, possible frictional, static and perhaps even thermal, pressure and gravitation if the technology exists. To work these into multi-complex battery charger.


For the purpose of making this believable the battery in question could be an…
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Added by Benjamin Michael Jones on April 23, 2010 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment

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