The plan is complicated to explain, so please bear with me. I have a few ideas that seem like one thing, but turns out they are many things. The plan uses these ideas to create momentum. The ideas can be seen in the photos, they each say a lot without me (what do they say to you). I've used everything from names, to the only art I've ever produced to express the plan. So needless to say the plan is in a very raw state and requires someone to decipher what I'm trying to say. I'm a person who does everything in my mind. And I find it difficult to put this into words. The plan requires the ideas to have merit, which I believe they do. The last and biggest idea is beyond me, but it feels right. One person with influence to be influenced. And the ball is rolling. I understand how ambitious this is, but I believe it all to be possible.
My idea is simply to get as many people that can agree, to agree, and for each part of the plan to do as much as possible. The first part is to get the people who influence us to agree. First leading scientist, then they influence the celebrities who have money to donate, and huge access to help spread ideas (Ashton Kutcher has 4 million twitter followers). The unifier is H2O. People are asked to do something they were going to do anyway. Make it as easy as possible for people to do what you want them to do. Make it so everyone can see everyone who is participating, and who is not. The whole thing is to be as open as can possibly be. Everyone is aware of the plan and has positive feelings about what is happening. If you give someone a fish, you'll have to give them another fish, but if you give them a fishing pole... The way I see it, we have the ability to ease the burden on so many things if we just did a few things. If people have the ability to sustain themselves (EASILY), they are less likely to burden.
Please keep an open mind. The idea is to write a book that inspires people to do what the book says. The book is the fictional story of The Second Foundation bringing these ideas (H2OPE, The A.R.C., and S.O.R.O.S.) to reality. Think of the book as a screenplay or business plan for the world. It would use computer modeling to get as close as possible to what could happen. It would sprinkle planned events through the book, that will happen after the book is out. For example, in chapter 2, there could be this charity ball where Oprah buys a bottle of H2OPE for a million dollars, this would then take place in real life (right on cue). This kind of thing, would be spread all through the book. The roll of a lifetime, an appearance in the book that aims to change the world. The book should be as accurate as possible as to be the manual. Showing people what to do and what will happen when they do. The book will show that by purchasing the H2OPE all that will happen. H2OPE (message in a bottle) is the unifier. It has many attributes, it can be quantified, by being distinctive it allows people to see others following the plan, this is a critical component for generating faith. It is easy to market; 1) buy one and someone in the world gets one for free; 2) start a collection (messages are infinite) your collection shows your contribution and can be used during an emergency; 3) use to teach another language, show duck in multiple languages; 4) use code or rfid to link to web sites generating traffic i.e. get Linden Dollars in Second Life; many marketing strategies are available. The idea is to release H2OPE at the same time as the book. Reality starts to mirror the book and the ball is rolling. This is by no means the whole plan. Everything has a density. The A.R.C. is a self assembling, rigid domicile that comes in a barrel with all the bells and whistles needed to create a harmonious circle with the Earth (Including access to www and Your Baby Can Read, imagine a literate world). This would be that fishing pole. I can point to so many ways this would help. The idea is not to get the whole world living in one of these, only the people who want to. Obviously there are third world people dying for a home. But, imagine the amount of disposable income a fast food worker would have if he had no rent, no energy bill, and could produce some healthy food. This world can't sustain us all having what we have now, this gives something in someways better and surely with a super small carbon footprint. All the while, expanding and pushing the cost of important technologies down. I can point to all needed technology. Priced for people who have nothing (micro financed), and priced for people who have something, who want to prepare for emergency; possibly sold with electric vehicles. The S.O.R.O.S.. is complicated, I'll let you use your imagination, but I will say I see it as a tool for wealth redistribution.
An idea worth spreading
The A.R.C. (Architecture Reducing Consumption) is a concept for a self-assembling rigid domicile. The ARC would be able to provide it's occupants with clean water, means for waste, access to internet, food growing capabilities within. The ARC would be fireproof, earthquake proof, able to keep occupants comfortable in temperatures ranging from -20° to 120°. The ARC would be able to collect water which falls upon it, and store up to 500 gallons, as well as produce water from air. The ARC would have virtually no carbon footprint. I feel The ARC is the short term solution to the third world plight. It would be a welcomed alternative for anyone without a home.
I'm passionate about
ALL of this will be controlled by the Second Foundation who will be responsible for more than just humanity. I have tons of little ideas that nest in there that help.
Talk to me about
I am hopeful someone will interested in The A.R.C. (Architecture Reducing Consumption). I want you to ask me how does it work. How does it self-assemble? How does it store 500 gallons of water?
People don't know I'm good at
My TED story
I decided it was time to get my ideas out of my head, and on TED instead. I am not the one to take these ideas further. I am not a do-er. I have a hard time getting out of my head. I don't have any connections to anyone outside my family. I fear my ideas have merit, but no one will take them serious because of how I have presented them. I have been musing these ideas for over a decade, and I am ready to share. I am a far better verbal communicator, than a writer. If anyone wishes to contact me by phone I would enjoy the opportunity to share my ideas in greater detail.