Category Archives: development

William Gray’s Pay Telephone

William Gray’s Pay Telephone: “One day in Gray’s workroom a coin slipped out of a helper’s hand and fell on a bell. Gray was startled. Then he saw his solution. The coin itself must give the signal. The bell must … Continue reading

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What will change everything?

The World Question Center 2009: “We are moving towards the redefinition of life, to the edge of creating life itself. While science may or may not be the only news, it is the news that stays news.” WHAT WILL CHANGE … Continue reading

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How to resolve the Credit Crisis

Web of Debt: Ellen Brown writes “The credit crunch could be avoided by “going local” not just in the United States but around the world. Countries that have been seduced or coerced into funneling their productive assets into serving foreign … Continue reading

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One Love

interview with “Playing for Change” producer Mark Johnson, followed by an extraordinary rendition of his favorite song in the album: “One Love”. “if you want a better world, you need to make a better music.” (Marshall Allen)

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The Political Problem

News for a Synergic Earth: Jay Hanson writes “The central problem that planet Earth faces today is NOT a problem of ‘running out of energy,’ or ‘overfishing,’ or ‘the wrong kind of farming,’ or ‘the depletion of aquifers,’ or ‘too … Continue reading

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Creative Citizen

Creative Citizen: “Creative Citizen™ is a mental shift: humans don’t always have to be users and abusers, they can also be creators. Instead of continuing down the same path of global unawareness and consumption, a Creative Citizen™ reduces worldwide problems … Continue reading

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The Top Ten Solutions to the World’s Biggest Problems: The final dispatch from the 2008 Copenhagen Consensus Conference

The Top Ten Solutions to the World’s Biggest Problems: The final dispatch from the 2008 Copenhagen Consensus Conference: “Where in the world can we do the most good? Supplying the micronutrients vitamin A and zinc to 80 percent of the … Continue reading

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