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Our program is different. All in all, we have a 3 step program for building and applying the Global Village Construction Set. First, we build the GVCS – we’re in the beginning of year 2 of 3 on this program. The second step is applying our tools in the local community – such that if we don’t see visible changes, we’ve failed, period. This stuff must be applicable right in our backyards first. The 3rd step is replication. As we gain experience in building one village and understanding all of the productive technology that goes into that endeavor, we become able to replicate. Each place that we build becomes a place of world heritage – every inch of the soil improves with time – so that heaven on Earth is made. These places are not for sale. They are for the benefit of their stewards and communities. Replication – if successful in a large scale – implies global economic transformation.