OSE Social Experiment

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The OSE Social Experiment involves gathering a group of 24 or so superstar producers who demonstrate that 2 hours of production per day are sufficient to earn a living ($50k plus per year) while attaining neosubsistence in food, fuel, energy, housing, and technology - based on 100% local resources - including everything outside of semiconductor manufacturing.

The intent is to show that advanced production can be viable outside of utilizing global supply chains. This is intended to turn global geopolitics of economies based on centralized power and artificial material scarcity upside down on their head, opening a new realm of possibility and hope for humanity's existence in harmony with natural life support systems.