Designing the Future of the Earth Co-operatively.


Designing the Future of the Earth Co-operatively.

Dealing with problems will stay with us forever, but it will be much easier to do once we start resolving problems--all the differences, controversies, conflicts, and complaints that there ever are amongst us--by starting unifying and harmonizing all of our ideas about what the ideal world should be like by what-so-ever expedient means available to us.

Everyone would have a chance to input their ideas about what the world should look like.

These ideas would be vetted against all that we know about the Earth and societal processes--an ongoing learning.

Some notions about how it could happen are expressed at www.ModelEarth.Org

Website: http://www.ModelEarth.Org
Location: the Earth
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Comment by David Eggleton on December 9, 2011 at 10:17am

This discussion starter and some of what follows it are pertinent to what I've submitted in this group's space.

Comment by David Eggleton on December 1, 2011 at 11:39am

I just elaborated on my 11/22 comment in another nook.

Comment by David Eggleton on November 27, 2011 at 6:05pm

"improve the planet's future"

It was a slip to use planet in that way.  I meant world, as in "make the world a better place."

Comment by David Eggleton on November 22, 2011 at 11:39pm

Perhaps because I don't believe there will much longer be energy for global projects, I tend to think of simultaneous, parallel efforts in bioregions that, in sum, give humans a future and improve the planet's future.  It seems to me that such focus and participation is the most fair way to ensure that "everyone would have a chance to input their ideas about what the world should look like."

Soon I'll look around the site you recommended.

Comment by Mr. Jan Hearthstone on November 6, 2011 at 11:22am

David Eggleton added a comment to your profile on Occupy Cafe

"Members must be approved

Designing the Future of the Earth Co-operatively. is accepting new members. If you would like to join, click here to request access ( from the Group Creator."

If you are Creator and judge of fitness-to-participate, how will co-operation develop and thrive?

Hearthstone replies:

I have a bad experience from other discussion groups--too many "members" joining with the help of bots and subsequently starting spamming. 




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