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September 12, 2005

Collective Intelligence/Wisdom and Emerging Crises

This chart shows a big reason to prioritize developing our macro-scale (societal and global) collective intelligence and wisdom. Given the shortcomings of our individual intelligence, we need to rapidly increase our collective capacities or we will be overwhelmed by crises beyond our comprehension.

Posted by Tom Atlee, Mon, Sep 12 2005 12:28 AM
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Categories: Growing a CI Movement |

Hello Tom --

The fiscal landscape is likewise in shambled -- so more and more, every day we delay addressing the Technocracy option, everything worsens.

The Energy Survey taken by topnotch disciplines like M. King Hubbert and Charles Steinmetz and others 1919-1932 cast a long shadow and today's fiscal crises would've / could've been avoided if our parens and grandparents had taken action to VOTE for an E.N.E.R.G.Y. ACCOUNTING SYSTEM OF ECO*NOMICS back when offered in 1933 would have averted many of the ongoing financial CRISES.

Technocracy was the FIRST to publish on ECOLOGY 1948 -- 22 years before our first EARTH DAY 1970 and you know how much longer we've been continuing to price everything instead of solving our environmental problems -- other than cleaning beaches and rivers and having rallies.

I urge you who are in the forefront to at least comprehend how it's THE ECONOMY, stupid [not calling you stupid, Tom, just repeating the Clinton era reminder that it's mostly THE ECONOMY yet we hallow and allow our 'rulers' when we're supposed to be living in a democracy -- at least that's what we're spending billions to convince Iraqis America is about.

What is it, Tom, you yet don't understand or like about Technocracy?

Best wishes,


Posted by: Jacqueline Q. Scott at September 30, 2005 05:33 PM
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