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Gross Universal Cash Heist

Timothy Wilken “The world will be saved by individuals of integrity freely joining.” Buckminster Fuller wrote these words in April of 1983, just a few months before his death in […]

Another Voice for Community

Timothy Wilken Bernie Slepkov is an interesting human. He describes himself as a self-made Societal Transformationalist. He is committed to co-Operative solutions and involved in many positive activities. In his […]

Why adopt Radio Userland early?

Timothy Wilken I have been using Radio Userland for a few days now. I continue to find it exciting and powerful. I am not trying to use it for anything […]

Preparing for the Future

Timothy Wilken The future is going to be different. It will require building community. Your survival will depend on the network of friends and colleagues you build by helping others. […]

Understanding the Coming Future

Timothy Wilken With the publication of Infinite Wealth, Barry Carter has established himself as a voice on the leading edge of the synergic paradigm. The synergic paradigm is a place […]

Why are children killing children?

Timothy Wilken This week another young American teenager took a gun and killed his classmates. This is becoming so common that I expect soon it won’t even warrant news reporting. […]

Danger and Opportunity

Timothy Wilken “The Chinese word for crisis is written by joining two ideograms together. When these ideograms, are presented separately they stand for two different ideas or concepts. The first […]

Synergic Consumption

Timothy Wilken The following is an excerpt from a new book being readied for publication. It is provided to you in synergic trust. Trust is not a new word for […]

Who is Daniel Quinn?

Timothy Wilken A few months ago, I came across a reference to Quinn in a General Semantics paper I found on the internet. This GS author valued Quinn so highly […]

What is a Time-binding Trust?

Timothy Wilken I spend this weekend working on my website. It seems that the success of most projects is in the details. Recently I read some interesting papers by Jay […]