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Technology should be used to progress mankind and make the ecosystem more balanced or in the very least not cause an imbalance. Technology should improve the lives of humanity and animal life. Technology that is used for destruction will not create prosperity for all and should be abandoned to more benign technological advancements.

 

Creating Consciousness

  • The change needed must start with thought. We must discuss and learn about the real issues that effect humanity and our place in the galaxy.
  • The path of this change must come from an altruistic desire to see peace and prosperity for all.

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Open Source

Open Source is important because it moves humanity to a place where we can work as grassroots participants without corporate interests and money being the motivating factor for production. It allows for a free platform to be used by the community and developed on an ongoing basis.

 

What is open source?

The term open source refers to something people can modify and share because its design is publicly accessible.

The term originated in the context of software development to designate a specific approach to creating computer programs. Today, however, "open source" designates a broader set of values—what we call "the open source way." Open source projects, products, or initiatives embrace and celebrate principles of open exchange, collaborative participation, rapid prototyping, transparency, meritocracy, and community-oriented development. Read more.

 

Find open source software at SourceForge

 
 
  • Technology should be created for the improvement of human, animal and system functions of the earth. It should be done with transparency and open exploration for the benefit of mankind and life on the planet.

Remember!

  • Respect for life in turn ensures our development in a positive manner.

 


 

 

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