A Study of the Transformation Potential of the World

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  • Assumptions - a summary. Audience, intent, belief system presented. Absolute creative approach. Taking responsibility. Movement entrepreneurs.
  • Human learning, augmented learning, integrated learning environments, intelligence, AI
  • Personal evolution, psychosocial integration, Integrated Humans, taming the wild elephant, and elephants in the room.
  • Rates of creation and existing quantities of transformation, enlightenment, nirvana, genius, economic transformation, and other revolutions. Practical examples with integrated critique.
  • Leading theories of doom and its psychological basis
  • Quantitative Transformation - understanding numbers, rates, natural phenomena, populations, swarms, central vs distributed
  • Evil, human susceptibility, and relationship to meeting basic needs.
  • On dictators, despots, organized crime, subhumans, and other scum of the earth. How do we all participate?
  • Observations on learning rates of humans
  • Observations on production timelines of humans
  • Observations on distributed manufacturing possibility
  • Existing examples of extreme productivity
  • Application to ending Chip Wars
  • Applications to ending energy resource conflicts. Case study of silicon and its production rates.
  • Baseline production rates and setup time for their infrastructure - for ag, forestry, PV, steel, concrete
  • Solar autonomous delivery infrastructures on land, sea, air
  • Opportunities and risks of existential threats and human threats if ignorance an devil. Quantified.
  • Collective phenomena: psychology, guilt, fear, Lord of the Flies, anarchy, responsibility, institutions
  • Systems: centralized authoritarian, liberal, democratic, socialist, collectivist vs collaborayive, democratic, and open source ecological collaborative design. Nazi vs democratic.
  • Post-scarcity escape velocity was reached in the 1920s. Let's wake up.
  • Material basis of evil: closing idealism-materialisn debate.
  • The art of possibility