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The war between the 1 percent and the 99 percent is over – if you want it. Modern computer technology makes a new economic paradigm possible, eradicating poverty and releasing the fullest human potential. But do we have the will, and the courage, to implement this new system?

What has happened to the American spirit, the American vision? Americans invented the future. Now what do we have? A disintegrating society, increasingly polarized, and paralyzed. Overwhelmed with debt. The educational system is in a shambles. Mass media distracts and dissembles. How can we understand the heritage of the past, to build for the future, without increasing education and awareness?

The Jeffersonian model was one of self reliance and independence, based on individual land ownership and farming. In that type of world each family could feed itself and support itself without having to rely much on others. But that is not the world we have created. Increasing urbanization makes people more specialized and more dependent on others. A modern technological society is more like a complex machine, with each person one part of that machine. In a fine watch, or an automobile engine, what happens when even one part breaks down? The entire machine stops. This type of deep interdependence is powerful in what it can create, but also extremely vulnerable if it is not supported carefully and fully. This is the type of society we have created. It has resulted in spectacular achievements, a tremendous growth of civilization. But when the social glue that holds this machine together starts to weaken, and selfishness and self interest come to predominate, it breaks apart.

Just as in biological evolution, wherein routine tasks like blood circulation or breathing became autonomic, so can autonomic-like systems enter the sphere of social and economic evolution. Looking upon human civilization as an organism, we are ready to implement more autonomic mechanisms. Our technology is such that we no longer have to engage in a day-to-day struggle for survival, the constant chasing after more and more money. The routine economic activities that keep us alive, such as food production, or that allow us to engage and explore our world, such as high speed transportation and information technology, no longer require a massive struggle for survival. They can all be provided automatically as a ubiquitous support background requiring little conscious attention. This is possible with modern technology, through the mechanism of Universal Economics.

This website is now officially announcing to the world that the next stage of human civilization is within our immediate grasp. How will it work? View the introductory video for the details.

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