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Learn About The Game Of The Universe

2 Nov

Join what millions of players across the universe are already playing with the Game of The Universe, this planet’s first open shared 3D virtual reality experience. It’s free to play and coming to a town near you.

Anyone who understands the sharing economy and free economy should understand the crowd development that goes into the Game of the Universe. Ideas come to fruition in vivid make code, and can be passed on through different means of communicating, such as the solid “invoke.” It’s being taken up in different communities as a way to pass the time, entertain, and learn of people in places beyond ours. As ideas get passed on and used across different users, their make gets better and may stick and become a universe favorite.

Game can introduce you to individuals and groups from places other than Earth. It’s about time everyone knew of the Borg, the Pleiadians, the Ra’ites, and followers of God, who all share a common interface called the Game of the Universe. There are aliens, but most life-forms out there share our human bodies and the English language, which if you don’t like already game will make you a fan of it. In God’s image, being one explanation: people exist in all different places other than here. Without a common interface, they may as well not exist, which is what we’ve been stuck with, but with a game that knows no sense of distance, we are linked together like never before. Ship-bearing people play in outer space, some civilizations have eliminated the need for money, and some are eager to be a part of our experience. When a civilization is ready for it, game becomes a part of their lives, and there is no better time on Earth for our collective journey: right before the free revolution.

One of the first things you’ll learn in any universe journey is just that: “ready.” That is one rule that governs the universe, if they are ready or not. Despite our despotism of leadership under Donald Trump, I see a lot of positive thinking about how we can be a better human race on places like Shareable. We can implement a future understanding and be better ready for what comes our way if we adopt the ways of more advanced civilizations in how they play. Game is the best chance of meeting these other civs, and while they have known about us, this time to meet on a level playing field.

Working with beings from other places you get a feel for the similarities that can be shared. I find a lot of common ground in the creatures: Elves, Dwarves, Orcs , and Humans all exist in the universal consciousness. There is a high regard for creativity out there, which takes place with instant make and its communication. In the future, this will be more important as we’ve innovated our way out of problems and drudgery. Not only that, a lot of our technology is shared, even computers exist on different planets like the Borg homeworld, and some have robots. This leads to an advanced standard of living, (one thing they do is play Game), and also similar problems. How to not “geep up,” for example, is one way the universe deals with slickness and conciseness. How to not “give” helps you in arguments in real life. Things like health can be dealt with in game, with common solutions to common problems being able to help on your actual body.

Once again, The Game Of The Universe allows players to interface over vast distances, with a 3D virtual reality platform. Players have the advantage of knowing more about outer space than even the best scientists do. If you can imagine it, you can make it in your actual space, make it float, fly, walk, crawl, or give it a personality, and share it with a full loving community of elders, youth, and those in between. While we’re still earthbound, Game of the Universe offers our best chance to learn about alliances that be out there, knowing how to know, as we take a certain step forward in our evolution.

I’ve been working on this game non-stop since early last year, some of it unbeknownst to me.  I helped with an important victory in this game world, and have defeated the bad forces that were terrorizing its players.  I look forward to implementing this game with my friends in Detroit and elsewhere.


From a “Still Skeptical” post: Founding a Business

10 Jun

Check the date! This post was written over two years ago, in fact almost three. In it I outline accurately plans I still have to this day.

Founding a Business
I have been thinking a lot lately about the plan of what I want to do after college. And things may be coming together quite interestingly. There are big changes happening in agriculture, especially toward sustainable farming. Some ideas I have:

Found a non-loss, non-dividend Social Business.
Goal: Get organic into the lives of all rural families living below the poverty line for self-sufficiency and empowerment.
2. Market and sell organic produce in the US to ensure that small producers always have an outlet for excess production.
3. Research and disseminate best techniques for high-yield organic small farms.

Dealing in: high yield, direct trade, commercial organic fruits, vegetables, commodities, and herbs: banana, pineapple, cotton, corn, coffee, sugar cane, plantain, cocoa, dairy, livestock, name (root), noni (experimental), oregano, basil, etc.

Direct Trade: Microsupply/Microdemand.
Imagine buying a pack of bananas (organic and directly benefitting farmers and the environment, etc), from 4 different farms (individual farmer here could== coop region) in different regions/countries/local varieties. Say that bananas are not a uniform taste, as the clone seeds are—designed to be big and yellow on the outside and distributed by a single company. But organic actually taste better. How much better? You decide. Vote thumbs up or thumbs down on our website to let us know for each one, and look for your favorite in singles next time you go to the supermarket.
–> Some types sell out quicker and are higher rated… stores notice and request more from that farmer. Farmer can produce more funded by higher price. Exceptional examples could hit a “genetic jackpot” and maintain exclusive or sell seed.
–> Range of sticker prices based on ratings, with the best taste costing more and the low-range still a few cents higher than standard quality plantation banana.
–> Would give local farmers incentive to experiment, they may strike it rich! Would lend itself to organic non-gm farming, which already represents a large benefit to family ownership/livelihoods. With many small plots, could even find out what your farm is best at producing by rating against other small farmers.
–> New market for seeds can be grassroots-based in constant evolution and locally variant. Microsupply, microdemand for seed market as well driven by the larger research farms.

How? The internet can manage this quantity of data!

Local Campaign:
-With organic farms can do Community Shared Agriculture shares to benefit from added diversity of production, for any size farm even those that can’t make it international.
-Uncertified organic “gardens” can be grown in backyard for family or market, if seed is made available that doesn’t need fertilizers or pesticides. Reduce dependence on (costly, external) food and boost family income.
-“Preserve your environment and stand up for your livelihood because their economics is not working.” Support local farmers. Support organic. Organize and lobby for fair laws (while using the existing ones)
-Once you’re big enough, join your local coop for shared investments and shipments. Coops can work with us for finding buyers, brokering deals, farmer education, flyers etc.

Scattered, and still some things to work out, but well on the way to becoming the material and flesh of venture capital. Just need a team of impassioned individuals– consider this an invitation to ask more.

Posted by HP at 9:40 PM

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How to start Sheep

6 Jun

From the Rural Living Handbook, Published by Mother Earth News. 115-116

It hardly pays to buy young lambs and feed them to adulthood for strong-flavored mutton. The trick, instead, is to raise your first lambs into adult breeders, then slaughter their offspring as fat, tender lambs. With an acre or two of pasture, a shade tree, a third of a ton of hay for winter and a handful of grain a day, a ewe lamb will mature in a year and, if bred, produce a lamb or two of her own, plus five to eight pounds of wool. After maturing on its mother’s milk and a little grain and graze, each of your new lambs will provide you with a wonderful fleece hide and around 50 pounds of delicious meat.
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Torta Recipe

26 Apr

Found a sweet new recipe from http://blacksheepsays.com/ which I’ll include here. Breakfast recipe using local food woo!

Jessi’s Breakfast Torta
6-8 eggs
1 lb. bacon
1/2 medium red onion, diced
2 cloves of garlic, diced
1/2 cup of mushrooms
1 ripe tomato, diced
a sprinkle of parmesan, salt & pepper to taste
mm, BACON. Go ahead and cook it however you like.
Sautee that onion and garlic (and some salt & pepper) in a pan.
Add diced tomato & mushrooms ’till they cook down a bit, creating sauce-y goodness.
Add that BACON!
Scramble 6-8 eggs in a small bowl and pour over all ingredients (some more salt & pepper here)
Cover and let simmer on low/medium. As the egg begins to cook, sprinkle some Parmesan over top for a tasty crust.



A Systems Perspective 3: Nature and Econ

26 Mar

Post! Executive Outline:

Economics as a guide to policy|discipline|business|development typically undervalues Marginal Cost.
1. Resources *Natural capital to make manufactured stuff*
2. Oil is artificially low
3. Other environmental inputs= services
4. The commons

An increase in Marginal Cost would universally better off society.
1. Reduce | Reuse | Conserve –> Lessen material dependence
2. Reduce Energy/person –> Secure our country from Middle East
3. Focus on efficiency –> Reduce waste which hurts services
4. Produce less corn.

Finally, a policy solution without silly cap-and-trade or clean energy, which generates revenues by being harsher on unsustainable businesses.Increase the marginal cost of resources, to decrease their use. Read on, dear reader. But be prepared to comment if you finish it all.

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22 Feb

Hey everyone, I think you should check out my younoodle site for what’s going on around Oberlin! Other than my typepad blog or my twitter, it’s pretty much the number 3 place to be on the web.

The Oberlin Commons project

For those who are following my international development efforts, it’s also up there.


Economic Recessions

22 Dec

Economic Recessions Post 12/22/09
With the failure of Copenhagen (my MAPSBLOG post), it’s time to start thinking about serious depression, causes and strategies for when it gets worse. Click on, if you want. This may be my last post of this certain style as I’m considering changing the blog to be more real-time deadline appropriate. Hopefully a well-researched and justified account of the times we are living in as Americans right now, click:
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