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  • Part 3, Step 3 of the Job One Plan: Initiate Radical Local, National and Global Energy Efficiency Programs to Use less Energy to Do More and Waste Less Energy

    "Energy conservation is the foundation of energy independence." Tom Allen

    "We will need new local, national and, most importantly, global laws that are verifiable and enforceable in the areas of mandating energy conservation. While energy conservation is not as important right now as moving at light speed to global green energy generation, mandating energy conservation in all areas and at all levels can be a significant collective action, and climate re-stabilization factor if... new laws can make this happen before we go over the climate cliff." Lawrence Wollersheim

    We immediately need to begin radical energy efficiency programs to reduce our fossil fuel use because of inefficiency and, waste issues throughout the whole energy creation, distribution and usage systems. It is estimated that we waste between 15%  and 30% of all energy because of drafty homes, poor product design, energy recovery, manufacturing and transportation losses, etc. Reducing worldwide demand for fossil fuels by any large percentage can have a very cost effective, quick, and positive effect on carbon pollution of the environment.

    There is a paradox here as well. Studies show that the more that people conserve energy, the more that energy costs go down, eventually, due to reduced demand. Then, because of the lower energy costs, economic classes in the world that previously could not afford more fossil fuel use can now afford to do so, and they start using all of the fossil fuel energy that was conserved elsewhere. Also, often those individuals doing the conserving find themselves with more money and then buy more things that require more energy.

    So, the truth about conservation in relation to climate destabilization is that it is only by raising the price of fossil fuels worldwide, using the Fee and Dividend programs, will we eventually attain the goal of less fossil fuel use, and carbon pollution. Increasing energy conservation and lowering energy prices will, paradoxically, eventually lead to every drop of fossil fuels on the planet being burned!

    This is not to say that energy conservation is not a good thing in the long-run, and for creating a sustainable prosperity for all. The climate problem is an intense short-term issue for which solution IS needed now. Please see the 5,000 year sustainability rule for where conservation will play a vital role.

    The Big Key Take-Away from Part 3, Step 3 of the Job One Plan:

    New international laws need to be set for verifiable, and enforceable, global energy conservation and energy efficiency standards for all products, buildings and manufacturing processes.  We also need to refit existing homes and buildings to higher energy conservation standards, even if it takes special subsidies and tax incentives to get it done.

    To continue reading in this Job One for Humanity booklet, click the links to the right or left below. Click the UP link to see all of the linked pages in this booklet at the bottom of that page.

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  • A Leading Evolutioneer John Stewart Shares Everything you Always Wanted to Know About Coperation and Evolution in New Published Article.

    A leading Evolutioneer and author of Evolution's Arrow and The Evolutionary Manifesto John Stewart has just published a definitive article on how cooperation evolved and what makes it work. It is in the BioSystems Journal and is called The Direction of Evolution: The rise of cooperative organization.

    If you want to know all the evolutionary essentials of creating a cooperative group, this is a must read. It is so well written that even if your biology and evolution science is weak, you will get a lot of key principles of successful cooperation from this article.

    Click here to read The Direction of Evolution: The rise of cooperative organization.


    From the Abstract: 

    Two great trends are evident in the evolution of life on Earth: towards increasing diversification and towards increasing integration.  Diversification has spread living processes across the planet, progressively increasing the range of environments and free energy sources exploited by life.  Integration has proceeded through a stepwise process in which living entities at one level are integrated into cooperative groups that become larger-scale entities at the next level, and so on, producing cooperative organizations of increasing scale (for example, cooperative groups of simple cells gave rise to the more complex eukaryote cells, groups of these gave rise to multi-cellular organisms, and cooperative groups of these organisms produced animal societies).  The trend towards increasing integration has continued during human evolution with the progressive increase in the scale of human groups and societies.  The trends towards increasing diversification and integration are both driven by selection.  An understanding of the trajectory and causal drivers of the trends suggests that they are likely to culminate in the emergence of a global entity.  This entity would emerge from the integration of the living processes, matter, energy and technology of the planet into a global cooperative organization.  Such an integration of the results of previous diversifications would enable the global entity to exploit the widest possible range of resources across the varied circumstances of the planet.  This paper demonstrates that it’s case for directionality meets the tests and criticisms that have proven fatal to previous claims for directionality in evolution.


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  • The Universe's Power Principles of Evolution: How to Use the Unstoppable Power of Evolution to Profoundly Improve Your Every Day Life!

    Pure hype and not possible you say!

    Is there really something new that is so profoundly powerful, balanced and comprehensive that just by being reminded of it every day for 7 days it can profoundly improve your life?

    I invite you to do the same experiment that I and many others have done. It has profoundly improved my personal happiness and my professional life --- and it is sustainable!

    The 7 day results of your own experiment with the Universe Principles will speak for themselves. You will get to personally use and experience what the universe has learned "the hard way" over the last 13.8 billion years of experimentation. The Universe has learned how to optimally thrive and sustain individuals and groups on whatever is present at that time!

    Click here to begin your personal evolution experiment and test the benefits of the power principles of universe evolution applied to your every day life!

    When you are done with this 7 day experiment please email me and let me know your results. We would love to know if you have experienced anything like the results that I and many others have experienced and continue to experience.

    Lawrence Wollersheim
    Executive Director

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  • What the Universe Principles of Right Attitude and Right Action Will do for Your Life! (Easy)

    When you apply the universe’s 13.7 billion-year-old science and time-proven meta-principles for sustainably evolving and thriving life in the universe as found within the action and attitude guiding Universe Principles these meta-principles:

    1. will show you how to align with and "surf" the unstoppable and ever-flowing "empowered wave" of evolution itself. That wave is the manifesting directionality of the universe’s natural progressive evolution. 
    2. will provide a new, evolutionary time-proven, practical, and step-by-step principle-aligned map and tool for managing your daily life challenges,
    3. will help you realize your big, long-term personal goals in dramatically more effective, sustainable, and meaningful ways,
    4. will provide a new, evolutionary time-proven, practical and step-by-step principle-aligned map and tool for collectively managing our many potentially life-ending planetary challenges.
    5. will convey to your life and teams the ultimate "big story” and universe-scale perspective along with the colossal problem-solving and quality-of-life improving advantages that comes from knowing the wisdom and tools from the biggest possible of all perspectives, And,
    6. On a planetary level the Universe Principles provide the most practical global tools and steps to realizing the benefits implied within the following quote:

    “The planetary consciousness which has created our current planetary problems is not the consciousness that will solve them. To effectively resolve our most serious planetary challenges (like human-caused catastrophic climate destabilization,) it will require the new and larger universe evolutionary consciousness and its emerging  Universe Evolutionary Worldview.”  Lawrence Wollersheim

    Click here to begin a five-minute a-day test and experiment on what the Universe Principles can do for your life. This experiment contains the short form of the Universe Principles.

    If you are curious to learn more, keep clicking the links at the bottom left or right of the page for all the pages of this online booklet.


  • New Study Shows West Antarctic Glaciers In "Irreversible" Thaw, Raising Seas by a Possible 4 Feet

    (Reuters) - Vast glaciers in West Antarctica seem to be locked in an irreversible thaw linked to global warming that may push up sea levels for centuries, scientists said on Monday.

    Six glaciers, eaten away from below by a warming of sea waters around the frozen continent, were flowing fast into the Amundsen Sea, according to the report based partly on satellite radar measurements from 1992 to 2011.

    Evidence shows "a large sector of the West Antarctic ice sheet has gone into a state of irreversible retreat", said lead author Eric Rignot of the University of California, Irvine, and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.

    The coastal ends of the glaciers rest on bedrock below sea level, holding back a vast weight of ice and making them vulnerable to melt, he said. He likened the process to uncorking a full bottle of wine while it was lying on its side.

    This part of Antarctica would be a major contributor to sea level rise in coming decades and centuries since the glaciers hold enough ice to raise sea levels by 1.2 meters (4 feet).

    "It's passed the point of no return," he told a telephone news conference.

    Ice-penetrating radars showed no mountain ranges entombed under the ice, for instance, that could halt the flow. The fastest retreat was 34-37 km (21-23 miles) over the period in the Smith/Kohler glacier.

    Even so, cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, part of efforts to rein in global warming, could at least slow the slide of the Pine Island, Thwaites, Haynes, Pope, Smith and Kohler glaciers.

    "We do think this is related to climate warming," Rignot said. The scientists believed that a build-up of man-made greenhouse gases in the atmosphere was affecting wind patterns around Antarctica, driving warmer waters towards the continent.

    Almost 200 nations have agreed to work out a U.N. pact by the end of 2015 to combat global warming, which the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) says will cause more floods, droughts, heat waves and higher seas.


    Monday's findings may also mean that scenarios by the IPCC for sea level rise are too low. The IPCC said last year that sea levels are likely to rise by between 26 and 82 cm (10 and 32 inches) by the late 21st century, after a 19 cm (7 inch) rise since 1900.

    "The major ice sheets of this planet will have a larger and larger role in sea level rise in the decades ahead," said Sridhar Anandakrishnan, professor of geosciences at Pennsylvania State University, who was not involved in the study.

    Last week, another study also suggested a part of the far bigger ice sheet in East Antarctica may also be more vulnerable than expected to thaw. The IPCC says it is at least 95 percent probable that warming is caused by human activities, led by the burning of fossil fuels.

    Monday's study, to be published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, adds to signs of climate change under way.

    On May 6, the Obama administration issued a study saying that warming "once considered an issue for a distant future has moved firmly into the present."

    And the IPCC said in March there were signs of irreversible changes to tropical coral reefs and to the Arctic.

    A separate study of the Thwaites glacier by the University of Washington in the journal Science also said it may have begun an unstoppable collapse that could last from 200 to 1,000 years.

    A disappearance of the Thwaites alone would raise world sea levels by 60 cm (1.96 feet) but the "glacier also acts as a linchpin on the rest of the ice sheet, which contains enough ice to cause another three to four meters of sea level rise", it said.

    The findings contrast with a paradoxical expansion of the extent of ice floating on the sea around Antarctica in recent winters that the scientists said may be part of natural variations. "The changes in the glacier reflect much longer-term processes," Tom Wagner, a scientist with NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington, said in the telephone briefing.

    Reuters Monday May 12, 2014 by Alister Doyle

    (Editing by Mark Heinrich)


  • The New Book Everyone Under 30 Must Read if They are Concerned About Getting and Keeping a Good Job or, Their Economic Future

    If you are at all concerned about getting a good job or the future economy that you will be living in there is one book that everyone under 30 should read as fast as possible! It is called The Zero Marginal Cost Society: The Internet of Things, The Collaboration Commons, and The Eclipse of Capitalism, by Jeremy Rifkin,

    It describes the now unfolding Zero Marginal Cost Society and the new Internet of Things (Web 3.0.) This well-written and easy to read new book is the hope-inspiring, practical manual for expediting into full existence the new Third Industrial Revolution to replace the current Second Industrial Revolution that is rapidly ending.

    This book also describes the powerful forces creating a "New Economy" for global abundance and sustainable prosperity. 

    So, if you want to be completely inspired about your personal economic future or, you want to see the new Third Industrial Revolution jobs of the next 30 years or, you want to see where the economic world is exponentially evolving to --- get this just-released new book FAST!

    You will be sooooooooooooooooo glad you did!

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  • The Next Great Global Jobs Crisis that Politicians, Businesses and the Federal Reserve Dare Not Discuss For Fear the Millenials and Younger Generations Might Revolt!

    What is this next great jobs crisis and great jobs transition that no one in authority or in business want's to talk about out of fear of flaming the discouragement surrounding our existing global jobs crisis? Why all the fear of discouraging Millennials and the younger generations that their current jobs future is not anywhere as bright as they are being told? What can be done about the next great global jobs crisis?

    Billions will be adversely affected by this next great jobs loss shock and crisis and --- it is already here!

    Click here to real all about why the global jobs future is bleak unless...

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  • A Small, But Immensely Important Step Forward for Evolutioneers and Evolutionary Values: The Apparent Defeat of the Naturalistic Fallacy

    Numerous leading Evolutioneers have crossed a small, but important threshold that only a few individuals of a philosophic background will appreciate in its scope as a ground breaking watershed for the future use and distribution of evolutionary values in guiding society.

    If your curious about the arguments that they used to defeat the iron philosophic grasp of the Naturalistic Fallacy, click here.

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  • Is The IPCC Government Approval Process Broken?

    (Please review this new posting as a qualification, clarification and an amendment to my recent post called:
    The New UN 2014 Cimate Report Released: Politicized Good News Masking the Real Bad News. Lawrence)

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    Over the past 5 years, I have dedicated an immense amount of time and effort to serving as the Co-Coordinating Lead Author (CLA) of Chapter 13, "International Cooperation: Agreements and Instruments," of Working Group III (Mitigation) of the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). It has been an intense and exceptionally time-consuming process, which recently culminated in a grueling week spent in Berlin, Germany, April 5–13, 2014, at the government approval sessions, in which some 195 country delegations discussed, revised, and ultimately approved (line-by-line) the "Summary for Policymakers" (SPM), which condenses more than 2,000 pages of text from 15 chapters into an SPM document of 33 pages. Several of the CLAs present with me in Berlin commented that given the nature and outcome of the week, the resulting document should probably be called the Summary by Policymakers, rather than the Summary for Policymakers.

    Before returning to the topic of today's blog entry — the SPM process and outcome — I want to emphasize that the IPCC's Working Group III "Technical Summary" and the underlying Working Group III report of 15 chapters were completely untouched by the government approval process of the Summary for Policymakers. So, the crucial IPCC products — the Technical Summary and the 15 chapters of WG 3 — retain their full scientific integrity, and they merit serious public attention. Now, back to the SPM process and outcome ...

    The process of the government approval sessions was exceptionally frustrating, and the outcome of that process — the final SPM — was in some regards disappointing. Two weeks ago, immediately after returning from Berlin, I sent a letter to the Co-Chairs of Working Group III — Ottmar Edenhofer, Ramon Pichs-Madruga, and Youba Sokona — expressing my disappointment with the government approval process and its outcome in regard to the part of the assessment for which I had primary responsibility, SPM.5.2, International Cooperation. At the time, I did not release my letter publically, because I did not want to get in the way of the important messages that remained in the SPM and were receiving public attention through the Working Group III release.

    With two weeks having passed, it is now unlikely that the broader release of my letter will obscure the news surrounding the Working Group III release, and — importantly — it could be constructive to the process going forward, as the IPCC leadership and others think about the path ahead for future climate assessments. Rather than summarizing or annotating my letter, I believe it makes most sense simply to reproduce it, and let it stand — or fall — as originally written. It follows below.

    From: Stavins, Robert

    Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2014 4:06 PM

    TO: Ottmar Edenhofer, Co-Chair, Working Group III, AR5, IPCC

    Ramon Pichs-Madruga, Co-Chair, Working Group III, AR5, IPCC

    Youba Sokona, Co-Chair, Working Group III, AR5, IPCC

    CC: Rajendra Pachauri, Chairman, IPCC

    Jan Minx, Head of Technical Support Unit, Working Group III

    FROM: Robert Stavins

    SUBJECT: Thoughts on the Government Approval Process for SPM.5.2 (International Cooperation) of the Summary for Policymakers of Working Group 3, Fifth Assessment Report, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

    Dear Ottmar, Ramon, and Youba:

    I am writing to you today to express my disappointment and frustration with the process and outcome of the government approval meetings in Berlin this past week, at which the assembled representatives from the world's governments, considered and, in effect, fundamentally revised or rejected parts of the Summary for Policymakers (SPM) of IPCC Working Group 3 over a period of five long days (and nights). My focus in this letter is exclusively on one section of the SPM, namely SPM.5.2, International Cooperation. I am not representing nor referring to any other parts of the SPM.

    Also, none of what I have to say should be taken as reflecting negatively on you (the Co-Chairs of Working Group 3), the WG 3 Technical Support Unit (TSU), nor the overall leadership of the IPCC. On the contrary, I thought that all of you did a remarkable job over the five years of work on AR5, as well as during the week in Berlin. The problems about which I'm writing arose despite, not because of your excellent leadership and support.

    More broadly, the problems I identify in this letter are not a consequence of personal failings of any of the individuals involved. My intent is not to criticize the country representatives, the IPCC leadership, the TSU, the Lead Authors, or the Coordinating Lead Authors. The problems I seek to identify are structural, not personal.

    Further, as Co-Coordinating Lead Author (CLA) of Chapter 13 (International Cooperation: Agreements and Instruments) of the underlying report, I had primary responsibility — together with my Co-Coordinating Lead Author, Dr. Zou Ji — for drafting the text for Section SPM.5.2 (International Cooperation) of the SPM, and nothing in this letter should implicate Zou Ji, for whom I have great respect and with whom I have enjoyed working. He may or may not share any of the views I express below.

    Another caveat is that none of the problems I describe in this letter apply to either the Technical Summary nor the underlying Chapter 13. Indeed, because of the problems with Section SPM.5.2 on international cooperation in the SPM, it is important that interested parties refer instead to the Technical Summary, or better yet, the original Chapter 13.

    In this letter, I will not comment on the government review and revision process that affected other parts of the SPM, other than to note that as the week progressed, I was surprised by the degree to which governments felt free to recommend and sometimes insist on detailed changes to the SPM text on purely political, as opposed to scientific bases.

    The general motivations for government revisions — from most (but not all) participating delegations — appeared to be quite clear in the plenary sessions. These motivations were made explicit in the "contact groups," which met behind closed doors in small groups with the lead authors on particularly challenging sections of the SPM. In these contact groups, government representatives worked to suppress text that might jeopardize their negotiating stances in international negotiations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

    I fully understand that the government representatives were seeking to meet their own responsibilities toward their respective governments by upholding their countries' interests, but in some cases this turned out to be problematic for the scientific integrity of the IPCC Summary for Policymakers. Such involvement — and sometimes interference — with the scientific process of the IPCC was particularly severe in section SPM.5.2 on international cooperation. It is to that section of the SPM that I now turn.

    In the early morning of Monday, April 7, 2014, a draft of SPM.5.2 was completed and approved by the assembled team of CLAs in Berlin. The draft, a copy of which is attached as Item A, had been extensively revised over the preceding months in response to comments received from governments around the world (to whom multiple drafts had been sent as part of the normal IPCC process). The draft in Item A was sent to governments on April 7th through the IPCC's PaperSmart system.

    The plenary session of government representatives turned their attention to SPM.5.2 at approximately 10:00 pm on Friday, April 11th. When it became clear that the country delegates were unwilling to move forward with the consideration of the text in plenary, you established a contact group to work on acceptable text. You gave the group 2 hours to come up with acceptable text. That group began its work at approximately 11:00 pm (and continued past 1:00 am on Saturday, April 12th).

    The contact group included representatives from of a diverse set of countries, ranging from small to large, and from poor to rich. Hence, I do not believe that the responsibility for the problems that arose are attributable to any specific country or even set of countries. On the contrary, nearly all delegates in the meeting demonstrated the same perspective and approach, namely that any text that was considered inconsistent with their interests and positions in multilateral negotiations was treated as unacceptable. In fact, several (perhaps the majority) of the country representatives in the SPM.5.2 contact group identified themselves as negotiators in the UNFCCC negotiations. To ask these experienced UNFCCC negotiators to approve text that critically assessed the scholarly literature on which they themselves are the interested parties, created an irreconcilable conflict of interest. Thus, the country representatives were placed in an awkward and problematic position by the nature of the process.

    Over the course of the two hours of the contact group deliberations, it became clear that the only way the assembled government representatives would approve text for SPM.5.2 was essentially to remove all "controversial" text (that is, text that was uncomfortable for any one individual government), which meant deleting almost 75% of the text, including nearly all explications and examples under the bolded headings. In more than one instance, specific examples or sentences were removed at the will of only one or two countries, because under IPCC rules, the dissent of one country is sufficient to grind the entire approval process to a halt unless and until that country can be appeased.

    I understand that country representatives were only doing their job, so I do not implicate them personally; however, the process the IPCC followed resulted in a process that built political credibility by sacrificing scientific integrity. The final version of SPM.5.2, as agreed to by the contact group, and subsequently approved in plenary (at approximately 3:00 am, April 12th), is attached to this letter as Item B.

    No institution can be all things for all people, and this includes the IPCC. In particular, in the case of the IPCC's review of research findings on international cooperation, there may be an inescapable conflict between scientific integrity and political credibility. If the IPCC is to continue to survey scholarship on international cooperation in future assessment reports, it should not put country representatives in the uncomfortable and fundamentally untenable position of reviewing text in order to give it their unanimous approval. Likewise, the IPCC should not ask lead authors to volunteer enormous amounts of their time over multi-year periods to carry out work that will inevitably be rejected by governments in the Summary for Policymakers.

    I hope I have made it clear that my purpose is not to condemn the country representatives, the IPCC leadership, the TSU, the Lead Authors, or the Coordinating Lead Authors. The problem is structural, not personal. In my view, with the current structure and norms, it will be exceptionally difficult, if not impossible, to produce a scientifically sound and complete version of text for the SPM on international cooperation that can survive the country approval process.

    More broadly, I urge the IPCC to direct public attention to the documents produced by the lead authors that were subject to government (and expert) comment, but not subject to government approval. I believe that tremendous public good would arise from publicizing the key findings of the Technical Summary and the individual chapter Executive Summaries, instead of the Summary for Policymakers. I know that as the leaders of the IPCC, you see it to be your responsibility to convey to the public (and policy makers) the results of the hard scientific work that the hundreds of lead authors put into the report over the past five years, and not simply the constrained version of the Summary for Policymakers produced over the past week.

    The mission of the IPCC is important, and the scientific work carried out by the hundreds of lead authors of AR5 Working Group 3 was solid and important, as validated by the Technical Summary and the underlying chapters. I hope this letter can be constructive and helpful for the future work of the IPCC.

    Best wishes,


    From the Huffington Post Blog April 27, 2014 by Robert Stavins (Director of the Harvard Environmental Economics Program)


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  • The Universe Evolutionary Worldview aka Evolution 2.0

    There is a new science-derived worldview based on the principles of progressive evolution when viewed from a universe scale. This new worldview describing much of the Evolution 2.0 breakthrough is appropriately called the Universe Evolutionary Worldview.

    This new worldview both locates and embeds each of our individual lives and the Earth's whole evolutionary process and history within the vastly "bigger picture" evolutionary realities and objectives of the universe's ongoing whole history and progressive evolutionary process. What makes this universe evolution-based worldview so vitally important to your daily life is the fact that its success and sustainability meta-principles derived from the core repeating meta-patterns of progressive evolution have been thoroughly success-tested over 13.7 billion years of evolutionary progress. 

    Today's scientific meta-principles of evolution when also seen from the whole scale of universe history reflect an objective, accurate and comprehensive overview of the most successful qualities and processes of nature (evolution in the universe,) for thriving and sustaining life and living groupings within the universe.

    The core of Evolution 2.0 is based primarily on the meta-principles of evolution and current multi-disciplinary science. Using science and the meta-principles of evolution as its foundation practitioners of Evolution 2.0 improve their fitness, adaptability and control of their environments as well as function more cooperatively and successfully as groups. This is the main advantage that makes them more successful and sustainable in life.

    "When applied to your life, the science-grounded meta-principles of universe evolution will guide and empower you into more sustainable success and personal meaning across greater scales of time and space --- far beyond any other belief or philosophical system existing today!

    When evolution's meta-principles are eventually applied to every area of our society they will bring about the greatest leap forward in the maturity of our civilization in all of human history.

    By becoming informed about evolution's meta-principles you have the opportunity to become an Evolutioneer, which is an effective partner and essential co-creator of the greatest adventure of all time --- the progressive evolution of intelligent, self-conscious life both here on Earth and then out to the stars and into the universe."  Lawrence Wollersheim

    If you are curious about the new vision of practical hope of Evolution 2.0 to help create a New Economy of Abundance for all through creating a Zero Marginal Cost Society and a Third Industrial Revolution or you are curious about Evolution 2.0's new Universe Evolutionary Worldview and its meta-principles like sustainable prosperity or, what specific Evolution 2.0's ideas can benefit your personal life, community, and nation, be sure to first click the Subscribe/Join link at the top of this web page, then click the link just below.

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