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The Human Network is: 1.) the only media network on our planet that is a not-for-profit, free of advertisement; 2.) a global social network, for social justice; 3.) the world's first democratized think tank, for peace.

Here is our slide deck. This is who we are.

about human network tv

  Human Network TV  is a worldwide television network sharing inspiring stories of people who are using their human energy to meet our world's humanitarian need. These are shows of people solving our planet's problems, in reality.  Human Network TV goes live January 1, 2019.  The Network is comprised of  70+ channels . Programming includes:   News .  News       that is the signal, without the noise.  The Human Network's news is all of the news, free of the drama. No vilification of some "evil" other across some border; no scapegoats; and no perpetuation of the illusion that there is such a thing as an evil country, an evil culture—or an evil human being.   Rather, this programming reveals the reality that all human beings are equally real, inexorably connected—and fundamentally  the same .   Narrative .  Stories to ignite love and inspire a new peace, global in scope.    Both scripted storylines and reality TV, documenting the   things  we are actually doing  to create a better world.   This programming is devoted to inspiring humans to: 1.) discover their natural human power, and 2.) feel the connected nature of all life on earth—in order to cause human beings to behave in a way that is sustainable, and harmonious.   A global media network  of independent educational programs, the Network creates a great breadth of innovative science and artworks. Showcasing humanism in action, Human Network TV is programming that will create the future we envision—and all want, in truth. All programs are designed to inspire empathy, compassion, and love for human beings. 

Human Network TV is a worldwide television network sharing inspiring stories of people who are using their human energy to meet our world's humanitarian need. These are shows of people solving our planet's problems, in reality.

Human Network TV goes live January 1, 2019.

The Network is comprised of 70+ channels. Programming includes:

News. News that is the signal, without the noise. The Human Network's news is all of the news, free of the drama. No vilification of some "evil" other across some border; no scapegoats; and no perpetuation of the illusion that there is such a thing as an evil country, an evil culture—or an evil human being. 

Rather, this programming reveals the reality that all human beings are equally real, inexorably connected—and fundamentally the same.

Narrative. Stories to ignite love and inspire a new peace, global in scope. 

Both scripted storylines and reality TV, documenting the things we are actually doing to create a better world. 

This programming is devoted to inspiring humans to: 1.) discover their natural human power, and 2.) feel the connected nature of all life on earth—in order to cause human beings to behave in a way that is sustainable, and harmonious.

A global media network of independent educational programs, the Network creates a great breadth of innovative science and artworks. Showcasing humanism in action, Human Network TV is programming that will create the future we envision—and all want, in truth. All programs are designed to inspire empathy, compassion, and love for human beings. 

about us

 Imagine a Facebook for social justice, a global network that could connect humans in need with resources and people who will meet those needs.  Whether it’s providing immediate housing, food, and medical care for victims of natural disasters, removing plastic waste from our oceans, teaching kindergarten students to read, creating self-sustaining gardens and farms in previously vacant lots—the Network of humans is a mechanism of generating humanism, with digital speed. Connecting all individuals of our world, the vision is to help the needy find solutions quickly.  On September 27th, millennial thought-leader Aspen Matis appeared on The Young Turks Network with global philosopher Deepak Chopra and shared the news of a new creation: The Human Network.  Working with global social media, The Human Network's mission is to make the natural desire to help each other efficient and possible. Because:  everyone  wants to be a meaningful contribution to society. But most of the time, we just don't know how.  The Human Network gifts humanity a way: a planet-altering technology that launches January 1, 2018.  Legally, The Human Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to causing peace, for all humanity.

Imagine a Facebook for social justice, a global network that could connect humans in need with resources and people who will meet those needs.

Whether it’s providing immediate housing, food, and medical care for victims of natural disasters, removing plastic waste from our oceans, teaching kindergarten students to read, creating self-sustaining gardens and farms in previously vacant lots—the Network of humans is a mechanism of generating humanism, with digital speed. Connecting all individuals of our world, the vision is to help the needy find solutions quickly.

On September 27th, millennial thought-leader Aspen Matis appeared on The Young Turks Network with global philosopher Deepak Chopra and shared the news of a new creation: The Human Network.

Working with global social media, The Human Network's mission is to make the natural desire to help each other efficient and possible. Because: everyone wants to be a meaningful contribution to society. But most of the time, we just don't know how.

The Human Network gifts humanity a way: a planet-altering technology that launches January 1, 2018.

Legally, The Human Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to causing peace, for all humanity.

what will the human network look like?

 Our homepage will display an interactive map of our planet. When someone arrives at the page, they see they have the power to edit the map. In doing so, they literally alter the world. For example, maybe there is a need for housing in your community. You create your own small spec of light... and now the whole world can see your existence in the star. Zoom into different areas to see their needs; search suggested roles you can take on, to help. Using The Human Map will be fun—an interactive way to scan the planet, to see where you can change it. The goal is to light up the need... and then to smile as the light dims out when each flare of the human map’s distress is at last clear sky.

Our homepage will display an interactive map of our planet. When someone arrives at the page, they see they have the power to edit the map. In doing so, they literally alter the world. For example, maybe there is a need for housing in your community. You create your own small spec of light... and now the whole world can see your existence in the star. Zoom into different areas to see their needs; search suggested roles you can take on, to help. Using The Human Map will be fun—an interactive way to scan the planet, to see where you can change it. The goal is to light up the need... and then to smile as the light dims out when each flare of the human map’s distress is at last clear sky.

I hear there's an app?

 P.S. You're right. ;-) The site is going to have a game called Tender—which is like Tinder for connecting people to philanthropic projects!

P.S. You're right. ;-) The site is going to have a game called Tender—which is like Tinder for connecting people to philanthropic projects!

What is The Human Network's mission?

 In a sentence, our mission is to create humans who are for humans. Once this unity occurs as the Truth within the human heart, global connection of all nations and all peoples will become inevitable—peace becoming natural.

In a sentence, our mission is to create humans who are for humans. Once this unity occurs as the Truth within the human heart, global connection of all nations and all peoples will become inevitable—peace becoming natural.

What is its purpose?

 We’re creating a network to make it very easy for people to contribute to society. Just as Uber made it very easy for people to call a taxi, The Human Network makes being a contribution to society seamless, integrated into daily living. We are a work-collaboration platform, humanism in action—a digital mechanism that connects people across our planet, thus offering humanist solutions to human problems.  So: Humanism is the purpose of the Network; it needs to be simple to use, natural. Through the Network, contributing to society for two hours a week can be worked into a person’s schedule—humans throughout the planet all Task Rabbiting for two hours a week for other people who are in “need,” so to speak. (Right now, to contribute to society for 2 hours a week is extremely difficult; really the only way to do so is with money, an inefficient means for many reasons.)  And to contribute to society makes humanity more energetic—literally  imparts  energy into society.  In other words, The Human Network will connect people with needs to people who can meet those needs. We are an interactive media network of humanism, a Facebook for social justice—the world’s first democratized think tank. The possibility we’re inventing with this creation is one of community and family, globally.  A charitable and educational non-profit organization, we share knowledge through our online global infrastructure—all in service of education and our collective social welfare. We are devoted to causing peace, for all humanity.

We’re creating a network to make it very easy for people to contribute to society. Just as Uber made it very easy for people to call a taxi, The Human Network makes being a contribution to society seamless, integrated into daily living. We are a work-collaboration platform, humanism in action—a digital mechanism that connects people across our planet, thus offering humanist solutions to human problems.

So: Humanism is the purpose of the Network; it needs to be simple to use, natural. Through the Network, contributing to society for two hours a week can be worked into a person’s schedule—humans throughout the planet all Task Rabbiting for two hours a week for other people who are in “need,” so to speak. (Right now, to contribute to society for 2 hours a week is extremely difficult; really the only way to do so is with money, an inefficient means for many reasons.)

And to contribute to society makes humanity more energetic—literally imparts energy into society.

In other words, The Human Network will connect people with needs to people who can meet those needs. We are an interactive media network of humanism, a Facebook for social justice—the world’s first democratized think tank. The possibility we’re inventing with this creation is one of community and family, globally.

A charitable and educational non-profit organization, we share knowledge through our online global infrastructure—all in service of education and our collective social welfare. We are devoted to causing peace, for all humanity.

What does it do?

 The mission of The Human Network, Inc. is to promote humanism as an integral aspect of the World Wide Web. A cause for growth and understanding of all humans, this Network connects people with need (for example: clean water, vegetables, employment, kindergarten teachers, literacy initiatives, oceanic health, animal conservation, etc.) with the experts and resources to help meet that need, at zero monetary cost. Structurally similar in growth-form to Wikipedia, the system creates collaboration, for humanity—all the world’s individuals included, on this team together. 

The mission of The Human Network, Inc. is to promote humanism as an integral aspect of the World Wide Web. A cause for growth and understanding of all humans, this Network connects people with need (for example: clean water, vegetables, employment, kindergarten teachers, literacy initiatives, oceanic health, animal conservation, etc.) with the experts and resources to help meet that need, at zero monetary cost. Structurally similar in growth-form to Wikipedia, the system creates collaboration, for humanity—all the world’s individuals included, on this team together. 

Why make it free? Why not charge for classes, for the education, and for participation in The Human Network’s projects?

 Governments gamble with people’s lives for the sake of money. We need to be dealing directly with people’s energy. Because the longer we’re playing the money game, the longer we’re supporting this corrupt system.   A lot of information is free, already. Yet the really valuable stuff is viewed as “technology,” and so  charged for —made too expensive for all individuals to see.  This naming of information as “owned” technology is a semantic game that “protects” knowledge from people, and so veils the eyes of the all people of earth.    If instead all our valuable information were available to everyone, then we would no longer need to hold onto “property” and intellectual property, and to hoard our value. This need obsolete, people will naturally take only what they need, as they need. Beyond feeding the actual body, nothing of material substance will very seductive or compelling to human beings— the accumulation of wealth loose its intrigue, empty in the face of conscious life’s vibrancy.   This hollow road cannot expand any further. We are all global residents, now (with the advent of the Internet), global citizens—and a globe divided against itself cannot endure another advent we now harness: our nukes.  We are at the critical minute when humanity must evolve—or perish from this earth. 

Governments gamble with people’s lives for the sake of money. We need to be dealing directly with people’s energy. Because the longer we’re playing the money game, the longer we’re supporting this corrupt system. 

A lot of information is free, already. Yet the really valuable stuff is viewed as “technology,” and so charged for—made too expensive for all individuals to see.

This naming of information as “owned” technology is a semantic game that “protects” knowledge from people, and so veils the eyes of the all people of earth.  

If instead all our valuable information were available to everyone, then we would no longer need to hold onto “property” and intellectual property, and to hoard our value. This need obsolete, people will naturally take only what they need, as they need. Beyond feeding the actual body, nothing of material substance will very seductive or compelling to human beings— the accumulation of wealth loose its intrigue, empty in the face of conscious life’s vibrancy. 

This hollow road cannot expand any further. We are all global residents, now (with the advent of the Internet), global citizens—and a globe divided against itself cannot endure another advent we now harness: our nukes.

We are at the critical minute when humanity must evolve—or perish from this earth. 

How Does it Work?

 The Human Network takes the internet and makes it useful, just as Google and Youtube and Facebook do. But these sites currently operate for-profit, using ads—and ads are using humanity; essentially they’re glorified deception. While ours is a communal clarity. We are ad-free.  Our structure provides the framework for which anyone can post a need that they wish the network to satisfy. It will be up to the network to validate this need and show interest towards reaching the goal of satisfying the need.   This network is not a few people helping everyone. That would and has been impossible. Rather, we are effectively lighting up everyone—giving all people the power to contribute. We’re connecting everyone, to help everyone.  The Human Network will be a crowd-sourced humanitarian problem-solving collaboration system of giving and receiving. This exchange of human energy is the reality of our existence on the planet, an interconnected world where resources can be shared and absorbed.  People in communities can say, "I have this need, I have this problem,” and—“I have the resources to meet that need, your solution.”   It is our job to make it easy for people to contribute. When someone goes to the page, they see that they can edit the map.  Anyone can add “needs” to their part of the world. Or to a part of the world they have seen. They will need validation for suggested requests, and other people on the site will validate or further edit proposed projects. The more attention a particular topic receives, the stronger the energy center of human light becomes. Like a beacon of need. And, more people will get on board to complete a mission that is brightly burning.  The goal of the homepage interactive map is simply to demonstrate the planet as an organism, which (of course) it is.  Zoom into areas and into different varieties of “need” and then zoom into suggested roles and what one could do to help. Working The Human Map will be fun, an interactive way to scan the planet and see where you can alter the map of the world.   And, saved—we can see the history of our organism of humanity, and our organism’s health, within the map.

The Human Network takes the internet and makes it useful, just as Google and Youtube and Facebook do. But these sites currently operate for-profit, using ads—and ads are using humanity; essentially they’re glorified deception. While ours is a communal clarity. We are ad-free.

Our structure provides the framework for which anyone can post a need that they wish the network to satisfy. It will be up to the network to validate this need and show interest towards reaching the goal of satisfying the need. 

This network is not a few people helping everyone. That would and has been impossible. Rather, we are effectively lighting up everyone—giving all people the power to contribute. We’re connecting everyone, to help everyone.

The Human Network will be a crowd-sourced humanitarian problem-solving collaboration system of giving and receiving. This exchange of human energy is the reality of our existence on the planet, an interconnected world where resources can be shared and absorbed.

People in communities can say, "I have this need, I have this problem,” and—“I have the resources to meet that need, your solution.” 

It is our job to make it easy for people to contribute. When someone goes to the page, they see that they can edit the map.

Anyone can add “needs” to their part of the world. Or to a part of the world they have seen. They will need validation for suggested requests, and other people on the site will validate or further edit proposed projects. The more attention a particular topic receives, the stronger the energy center of human light becomes. Like a beacon of need. And, more people will get on board to complete a mission that is brightly burning.

The goal of the homepage interactive map is simply to demonstrate the planet as an organism, which (of course) it is.

Zoom into areas and into different varieties of “need” and then zoom into suggested roles and what one could do to help. Working The Human Map will be fun, an interactive way to scan the planet and see where you can alter the map of the world. 

And, saved—we can see the history of our organism of humanity, and our organism’s health, within the map.

What will it look like?

This is a picture of the internet:  

 If you zoom in, you will see the different clusters of energy. For instance, a very bright dense area is Facebook.com. And you’ll see all the connections—Facebook to you, Facebook to me, radiating out of the central light, alike a star.  Another is Google.  So, this map of the internet is The Human Network, already—in other words, the personification of our planet.  Our homepage will display this interactive map of all of us.  This map will be ever changing. It will light up with energy where there is a lot of activity. An area in distress, inflamed, will not act as a source of many  givers  for the rest of the organism. So, the whole point of The Human Network is to light up the need, and then to smile as the light dims out when each flare of the human map’s distress is at last clear sky.   But ultimately, the goal is always that the issue—the energetic light of human need—become resolved, and that energy dissipated, into all of us. A catharsis, a fuel.  Maybe there’s a need for housing in your community. You create your own little spec of light. And now the whole world can see your existence in the star.

If you zoom in, you will see the different clusters of energy. For instance, a very bright dense area is Facebook.com. And you’ll see all the connections—Facebook to you, Facebook to me, radiating out of the central light, alike a star.

Another is Google.

So, this map of the internet is The Human Network, already—in other words, the personification of our planet.

Our homepage will display this interactive map of all of us.

This map will be ever changing. It will light up with energy where there is a lot of activity. An area in distress, inflamed, will not act as a source of many givers for the rest of the organism. So, the whole point of The Human Network is to light up the need, and then to smile as the light dims out when each flare of the human map’s distress is at last clear sky. 

But ultimately, the goal is always that the issue—the energetic light of human need—become resolved, and that energy dissipated, into all of us. A catharsis, a fuel.

Maybe there’s a need for housing in your community. You create your own little spec of light. And now the whole world can see your existence in the star.

Meeting human need with already-existent resources seems like an obvious “solution.” If doing so is feasible, why hasn’t anyone done so, already? 

 1. Timing  One reason is timing, our increased usage of the internet. We’re going on Year 20 of mass-market usage of the internet. And we’re at the point now where we can start to help the planet, rather than use the internet for entertainment.   In other words,  how  we’re using the internet is evolving. We couldn’t have done this 20 years ago, because the internet was incapable.   But now technology is capable—and empowered enough to make such a wonderful thing happen, for our whole planet.  2. Evolution  The evolution of our humanity at a tipping point.   In the past, our species has evolved wildly. Collectively, humans have gone from an archaic mode of thought, one of considering ourselves as  part  of our environment—very connected to the earth—to one of  relying  on these connections, using Earth to satisfy our humanity’s desires. In this long era of our history, humans used earth and its natural wealth for our individual good.  Then graduating further, humans came to higher power through use of spells and priests: the birth of our world’s religions, manipulating humanity’s connection to nature to satisfy our human desires.   Until the new birth: of modernism. Throwing out the prior ways of being, developing science to  rationalize  the workings of our planet, humans began to  ration  our nature. To ration means to cut up, separate—our planet, our nature and ourselves, explaining all we saw with only logic. Our minds were then committed to the practice of rationalizing everything, cutting ourselves off and strengthening our independence as humans.  And so, as human beings, we have augmented our species’ power as individuals—and our collective power over our environment, the planet Earth.   Now we enter into a newest stage: one of sudden interconnection. For the first time, the internet connects us. Compared to all these past generations, our children right now are different in an essential way: they are less individualistic. In other words, they’re newly  holistic . As these kids have been connected to billions of people since the time of their birth, their first word learned coexisting with the Internet.  This reality equals a huge, natural paradigm shift: the turn away from glorifying individualism. And it’s the one that’s going to save the planet.   What we have to remember is that children are the ones who create our future, as ever. Our children who  are  this future. The long human history of exalting individualism, as if it were the precious prize of our existence, is ending.   Here, where we now stand, we will  integrate  all of our prior phases of our humanity’s mental evolution. And here, for the first time we are a  collective  consciousness of human beings—a connected body created by the advent of our worldwide web.  Through its window powers, we now see each other living, day to day: each human being behaving in a way we hadn’t observed until this critical creation: as  human , all equally.   The Human Network works in harmony with all our planet’s beings—and with the planet, itself. Noticing the massive trends in humanity via its collective mediums, one much like Facebook or Groupon or Airbnb or Uber, or any service of the internet economy, the Human Network taps the internet itself, for humanity.  3. Invention  The Human Network  does  present a thing that has never existed before. Just as a new way to connect and stay in touch with high school friends came into existence with the creation of the internet, The Human Network presents a way to connect and to contribute to humans who we did not ever see or even know of, prior to its creation.

1. Timing

One reason is timing, our increased usage of the internet. We’re going on Year 20 of mass-market usage of the internet. And we’re at the point now where we can start to help the planet, rather than use the internet for entertainment. 

In other words, how we’re using the internet is evolving. We couldn’t have done this 20 years ago, because the internet was incapable. 

But now technology is capable—and empowered enough to make such a wonderful thing happen, for our whole planet.

2. Evolution

The evolution of our humanity at a tipping point. 

In the past, our species has evolved wildly. Collectively, humans have gone from an archaic mode of thought, one of considering ourselves as part of our environment—very connected to the earth—to one of relying on these connections, using Earth to satisfy our humanity’s desires. In this long era of our history, humans used earth and its natural wealth for our individual good.

Then graduating further, humans came to higher power through use of spells and priests: the birth of our world’s religions, manipulating humanity’s connection to nature to satisfy our human desires. 

Until the new birth: of modernism. Throwing out the prior ways of being, developing science to rationalize the workings of our planet, humans began to ration our nature. To ration means to cut up, separate—our planet, our nature and ourselves, explaining all we saw with only logic. Our minds were then committed to the practice of rationalizing everything, cutting ourselves off and strengthening our independence as humans.

And so, as human beings, we have augmented our species’ power as individuals—and our collective power over our environment, the planet Earth. 

Now we enter into a newest stage: one of sudden interconnection. For the first time, the internet connects us. Compared to all these past generations, our children right now are different in an essential way: they are less individualistic. In other words, they’re newly holistic. As these kids have been connected to billions of people since the time of their birth, their first word learned coexisting with the Internet.

This reality equals a huge, natural paradigm shift: the turn away from glorifying individualism. And it’s the one that’s going to save the planet. 

What we have to remember is that children are the ones who create our future, as ever. Our children who are this future. The long human history of exalting individualism, as if it were the precious prize of our existence, is ending. 

Here, where we now stand, we will integrate all of our prior phases of our humanity’s mental evolution. And here, for the first time we are a collective consciousness of human beings—a connected body created by the advent of our worldwide web.

Through its window powers, we now see each other living, day to day: each human being behaving in a way we hadn’t observed until this critical creation: as human, all equally. 

The Human Network works in harmony with all our planet’s beings—and with the planet, itself. Noticing the massive trends in humanity via its collective mediums, one much like Facebook or Groupon or Airbnb or Uber, or any service of the internet economy, the Human Network taps the internet itself, for humanity.

3. Invention

The Human Network does present a thing that has never existed before. Just as a new way to connect and stay in touch with high school friends came into existence with the creation of the internet, The Human Network presents a way to connect and to contribute to humans who we did not ever see or even know of, prior to its creation.

What is it that we don’t have today that The Human Network creates?

 An incubator for the public good. Anybody can be a part of it. We generate the future. We connect people with needs to the people that can meet them, thus creating a network of action, for the social good. In our global network, your citizenship of humanity earns you your membership. There’s no call for manipulation; action springs naturally from the desire to help others.   Most jobs that exist among humans exist to fix man-made problems: lawyers, police officers, cancer researchers, many medical professions. The fact that this is so is a symptom of a society that is profoundly sick, perpetuating its own problems for profit. That is the output of the current system.  Ultimately, what gives you happiness is not what you have or what you do. If that were the case the happiest people would be the richest people and the most creative people would be euphoric. In fact, what gives you your happiness and your sense of self is how you’re being. When you’re being loving, when you’re being fun, you're happy; when you're being petty or angry or jealous, you're not. No amount of having gives you a sense of joy or purpose or being loved—and there are no ways around that. So, being generous and giving and loving and connected and a contribution will bring the givers so much value, and great peace. If you think being flashy on social media is addictive, the positive feedback individuals will receive and feel being philanthropic and generous will be astronomical, truly magnetic.  With humanity free of all its man-created problems, people will get to have their lives back—their livelihoods will be their own, and their occupations will not be the sacrifice of their lives. People will no longer need to buy their time, as if it were not truly theirs.  A lot of people work for their whole lives with the goal of amassing that money to give back or save up enough to do what they really want or live in the house they’ve dreamed of. We must liberate people from the belief that they need to wait till they’re nearly dead to start living.

An incubator for the public good. Anybody can be a part of it. We generate the future. We connect people with needs to the people that can meet them, thus creating a network of action, for the social good. In our global network, your citizenship of humanity earns you your membership. There’s no call for manipulation; action springs naturally from the desire to help others. 

Most jobs that exist among humans exist to fix man-made problems: lawyers, police officers, cancer researchers, many medical professions. The fact that this is so is a symptom of a society that is profoundly sick, perpetuating its own problems for profit. That is the output of the current system.

Ultimately, what gives you happiness is not what you have or what you do. If that were the case the happiest people would be the richest people and the most creative people would be euphoric. In fact, what gives you your happiness and your sense of self is how you’re being. When you’re being loving, when you’re being fun, you're happy; when you're being petty or angry or jealous, you're not. No amount of having gives you a sense of joy or purpose or being loved—and there are no ways around that. So, being generous and giving and loving and connected and a contribution will bring the givers so much value, and great peace. If you think being flashy on social media is addictive, the positive feedback individuals will receive and feel being philanthropic and generous will be astronomical, truly magnetic.

With humanity free of all its man-created problems, people will get to have their lives back—their livelihoods will be their own, and their occupations will not be the sacrifice of their lives. People will no longer need to buy their time, as if it were not truly theirs.

A lot of people work for their whole lives with the goal of amassing that money to give back or save up enough to do what they really want or live in the house they’ve dreamed of. We must liberate people from the belief that they need to wait till they’re nearly dead to start living.

Besides money, what are the different ways of giving?

 1.) Volunteering time and energy. Energy is the new form of currency—it used to be attention, and gold. Now energy is coveted, one’s greatest asset.  2.) Teaching/knowledge/education  3.) Donating goods/food/clothes/blankets/technology  4.) Medical/dental treatment  5.) Counseling services  6.) Legal services  7.) Natural disaster response  8.) Warehouses/space services  9.) Creating press/public service announcements/art to raise awareness  10.) Creating philanthropic games  Once we unify all the minds and put out in the open what was only inside your brain before, people can interact with it and really collaborate, creating the opportunity for teamwork and interaction. Naturally, creative new ways of giving will emerge.

1.) Volunteering time and energy. Energy is the new form of currency—it used to be attention, and gold. Now energy is coveted, one’s greatest asset.

2.) Teaching/knowledge/education

3.) Donating goods/food/clothes/blankets/technology

4.) Medical/dental treatment

5.) Counseling services

6.) Legal services

7.) Natural disaster response

8.) Warehouses/space services

9.) Creating press/public service announcements/art to raise awareness

10.) Creating philanthropic games

Once we unify all the minds and put out in the open what was only inside your brain before, people can interact with it and really collaborate, creating the opportunity for teamwork and interaction. Naturally, creative new ways of giving will emerge.

What is the digital mechanism generating The Human Network’s real-world impact?

 First, we need to build the digital infrastructure of this humanist effort. A World Wide Web of our humanity—built of the people, for  all  of the people.   Once live, The Human Network will create and generate (and create...and generate,  ad infinitum ) its projects to meet the human need it identifies, throughout our planet. As individuals upload their requests, expressing their lack, their desire, and their stories, other individuals and communities, ones in possession of the needed resources, can provide. Without delay and free of all bureaucracy, our human beings will be enabled and empowered to immediately  act —in order to fulfill these human needs that they are now aware of, now that the planet’s hungers are visible. Literally on the map.  Effectively The Human Network's collective think tank, the technology will be directed by these two guiding objectives:  1.)  All people are possible contributions.   No one is our enemy.  All people have something to give—and will eventually discover the desire to give their gifts. All humans want the survival of the human species, and so do all human corporations. And so, The Network recognizes every “competing” and independently-operating human organization—in order to alter the direction of its energies, transmuting all to an alignment with humanism.   2.) To identify and transmute organizations that are harmful and unsustainable for humanity, through communication and resonance  with  their objectives. Through discovery of a shared potential energy, we can redirect the vector of that energy, together.  Causing the world’s many fractions to discover that all human beings are equally  real —and further, that all life on this blue-green planet is connected—we broker the merging of all their energies. Thus, we create new  community  of humanity through each new symbiosis. All in order unify and explicate the growth-rate of our resources, for us all.  So, the objective is to transmute the “destructive” energy (i.e. the fracking initiatives) of very effective human beings who are using the planet as if no human beings can come after them—into one energy of sustainable creation. Such as global solar power.

First, we need to build the digital infrastructure of this humanist effort. A World Wide Web of our humanity—built of the people, for all of the people. 

Once live, The Human Network will create and generate (and create...and generate, ad infinitum) its projects to meet the human need it identifies, throughout our planet. As individuals upload their requests, expressing their lack, their desire, and their stories, other individuals and communities, ones in possession of the needed resources, can provide. Without delay and free of all bureaucracy, our human beings will be enabled and empowered to immediately act—in order to fulfill these human needs that they are now aware of, now that the planet’s hungers are visible. Literally on the map.

Effectively The Human Network's collective think tank, the technology will be directed by these two guiding objectives:

1.) All people are possible contributions. No one is our enemy. All people have something to give—and will eventually discover the desire to give their gifts. All humans want the survival of the human species, and so do all human corporations. And so, The Network recognizes every “competing” and independently-operating human organization—in order to alter the direction of its energies, transmuting all to an alignment with humanism. 

2.) To identify and transmute organizations that are harmful and unsustainable for humanity, through communication and resonance with their objectives. Through discovery of a shared potential energy, we can redirect the vector of that energy, together.

Causing the world’s many fractions to discover that all human beings are equally real—and further, that all life on this blue-green planet is connected—we broker the merging of all their energies. Thus, we create new community of humanity through each new symbiosis. All in order unify and explicate the growth-rate of our resources, for us all.

So, the objective is to transmute the “destructive” energy (i.e. the fracking initiatives) of very effective human beings who are using the planet as if no human beings can come after them—into one energy of sustainable creation. Such as global solar power.

How will you cause selfish people and people who hate each other to work together, so generously? 

 In the initial stage, we expect that the human “resources” who will step forward and offer themselves will be the obvious people, just the few whom you’d expect to step up and rise up (i.e. progressive college students, philanthropists, and charities that already exist, people running for political office, etc.). As this Network progresses, however, the volume of human beings who are  being  humanists will increase, with the natural growth rate of the mechanism itself. Exponential growth and tangible progress create the power of persuasion—changing human minds. Switching them into action that is thrillingly  effectual .  Through the sharing of clarifying insights (though illuminating  information , expressed with clarity), The Human Network exposes dogma as dogma—and so, disappears its shadow over people’s clear vision: that all humans are equally human, identically real. And in transmuting all potential forms of man-created energy available to humans into a self-propelled collective desire for human connection—we create a new network,  for  humanity. We activate this network, with love.  Our individual callings are now 7.5 billion-strong. And what happens in the creation of connection is also beautiful: we discover that the connected nature of all our life on earth—this network we’re creating—has actually always existed;  connection  is what’s natural, at life’s essence.  Then, just as discovering that the world was spherical allowed humanity to open its collective mind to a world of new possibilities of reality’s mappable destinations, and opened us to a new realm of Continents—this greater access to humanism will cause an opening that is similarly great. The newly universal access to the discovery that the individual is, by natural law, actually connected to all “other” individuals, in mind and in health will create a revolution—of human meaning. 

In the initial stage, we expect that the human “resources” who will step forward and offer themselves will be the obvious people, just the few whom you’d expect to step up and rise up (i.e. progressive college students, philanthropists, and charities that already exist, people running for political office, etc.). As this Network progresses, however, the volume of human beings who are being humanists will increase, with the natural growth rate of the mechanism itself. Exponential growth and tangible progress create the power of persuasion—changing human minds. Switching them into action that is thrillingly effectual.

Through the sharing of clarifying insights (though illuminating information, expressed with clarity), The Human Network exposes dogma as dogma—and so, disappears its shadow over people’s clear vision: that all humans are equally human, identically real. And in transmuting all potential forms of man-created energy available to humans into a self-propelled collective desire for human connection—we create a new network, for humanity. We activate this network, with love.

Our individual callings are now 7.5 billion-strong. And what happens in the creation of connection is also beautiful: we discover that the connected nature of all our life on earth—this network we’re creating—has actually always existed; connection is what’s natural, at life’s essence.

Then, just as discovering that the world was spherical allowed humanity to open its collective mind to a world of new possibilities of reality’s mappable destinations, and opened us to a new realm of Continents—this greater access to humanism will cause an opening that is similarly great. The newly universal access to the discovery that the individual is, by natural law, actually connected to all “other” individuals, in mind and in health will create a revolution—of human meaning. 

What projects will The Human Network take on?

 Among The Human Network's first initiatives is global literacy—teaching the whole human world to read and write.  We will use the power of the internet and technology to connect reading teachers with students, at no cost to the students. We’re going to supply the structure to make this happen.  Teaching people to read will make a better tomorrow. So will feeding people. And cleaning the oceans.   The Human Network is a system to efficiently create this future: of universal literacy—and clean water. Of global harmony, sustainable and vibrant. The future we all want for the world, right now, the world we all envision, created.  One small example of what’s possible is the creation of self-sustaining and nourishing community gardens or farms, in what had been private yards and vacant lots; Backyard-to-Neighborhood farms become more to the humans who gather at them than just healthy food-sources; they turn neighborhoods into communities. They make and share food in human ecosystems that sustain themselves—with new human connections.   Another acute example is creating the channel for great kindergarten teachers who live in Perth, Australia to Skype with classrooms of teacher-less children living with hope of mentorship and inspiration someplace in downtown Detroit, now off of the philanthropic “grid.”  And—a global example is the planetary democratization of education, free and global. The liberated mind of the complete population—in this case, through the creation of channels for our planet’s teachers to project their curriculums, at no cost to the world’s attentive students.  All of these programs will be implemented on a small scale, first—then a grand one.   We will find the world’s greatest talent to advise regarding the best means for each project’s expansion, very careful in this search and our decision-making process.   We also have capacity to adapt into other, pre-existing networks, and to integrate these programs into one, all unifying. Our network belongs to the planet, and so to all the beings of the globe.  The ultimate goal of this arm is to integrate functional systems into human societies—systems powered and structured by humans, for all humanity.

Among The Human Network's first initiatives is global literacy—teaching the whole human world to read and write.

We will use the power of the internet and technology to connect reading teachers with students, at no cost to the students. We’re going to supply the structure to make this happen.

Teaching people to read will make a better tomorrow. So will feeding people. And cleaning the oceans. 

The Human Network is a system to efficiently create this future: of universal literacy—and clean water. Of global harmony, sustainable and vibrant. The future we all want for the world, right now, the world we all envision, created.

One small example of what’s possible is the creation of self-sustaining and nourishing community gardens or farms, in what had been private yards and vacant lots; Backyard-to-Neighborhood farms become more to the humans who gather at them than just healthy food-sources; they turn neighborhoods into communities. They make and share food in human ecosystems that sustain themselves—with new human connections. 

Another acute example is creating the channel for great kindergarten teachers who live in Perth, Australia to Skype with classrooms of teacher-less children living with hope of mentorship and inspiration someplace in downtown Detroit, now off of the philanthropic “grid.”

And—a global example is the planetary democratization of education, free and global. The liberated mind of the complete population—in this case, through the creation of channels for our planet’s teachers to project their curriculums, at no cost to the world’s attentive students.

All of these programs will be implemented on a small scale, first—then a grand one. 

We will find the world’s greatest talent to advise regarding the best means for each project’s expansion, very careful in this search and our decision-making process. 

We also have capacity to adapt into other, pre-existing networks, and to integrate these programs into one, all unifying. Our network belongs to the planet, and so to all the beings of the globe.

The ultimate goal of this arm is to integrate functional systems into human societies—systems powered and structured by humans, for all humanity.

What makes The Human Network different from other interactive media networks, such as Facebook? What “rules” in place will ensure that The Human Network becomes constructive, creative, and humanist, as you promise?

 We are starting off the Network with one rule, which can change as the network sees fit. Our single rule is that the Network be a creation-device, a mechanism for the life and vitality of the planetary organism. (As opposed to an anti-cause; we are not ever anti-war, anti-human—but instead pro-community....unwaveringly  humanist .) The organism will self-monitor its creations, and thus create what the organism desires.  And so, within this rule, we suggest that the Network not be used to stop  any  action of individuals or companies. We believe in free will, and trust that human attention will be given to all causes that matter to human beings, naturally.  And organically, rather than acting as opportunists who expend personal energy taking advantage of individuals, people discover that they are actually much better off sharing their vibrancy and personal energy in The Human Network— as it will be the world made up of their brothers and sisters creating all the resources they needed to survive, to begin with. All that they want, to thrive and enhance the organism, and be bright contributions to their world.   People will eventually discover that The Human Network is able to provide all things we humans need. Sustainably and without need for imaginary currency (money), which is inefficient and historically always manipulated, “justifying” our “necessary regulations,” the net of rules that controls us.  Free.

We are starting off the Network with one rule, which can change as the network sees fit. Our single rule is that the Network be a creation-device, a mechanism for the life and vitality of the planetary organism. (As opposed to an anti-cause; we are not ever anti-war, anti-human—but instead pro-community....unwaveringly humanist.) The organism will self-monitor its creations, and thus create what the organism desires.

And so, within this rule, we suggest that the Network not be used to stop any action of individuals or companies. We believe in free will, and trust that human attention will be given to all causes that matter to human beings, naturally.

And organically, rather than acting as opportunists who expend personal energy taking advantage of individuals, people discover that they are actually much better off sharing their vibrancy and personal energy in The Human Network— as it will be the world made up of their brothers and sisters creating all the resources they needed to survive, to begin with. All that they want, to thrive and enhance the organism, and be bright contributions to their world. 

People will eventually discover that The Human Network is able to provide all things we humans need. Sustainably and without need for imaginary currency (money), which is inefficient and historically always manipulated, “justifying” our “necessary regulations,” the net of rules that controls us.

Free.

The Human Network also is a television and digital media network. How will this component connect to its social media platform? 

 The Human Network's Think Tank also fuels and ignites the thought-creations of  Human Network TV: Channels of Inspiration , which are made up of independent educational programs, a great breadth of innovative science and artworks. These creations all intend to distribute the empowering information they generate across our 19 different social media platforms—all in order to investigate and expose why our world is now “they way it is.” (And to reveal: the way it is is not the way it has to be, not “reality” of any Natural Law.) Our effect is as simple as it is radical: to democratize our humanity’s collective knowledge.

The Human Network's Think Tank also fuels and ignites the thought-creations of Human Network TV: Channels of Inspiration, which are made up of independent educational programs, a great breadth of innovative science and artworks. These creations all intend to distribute the empowering information they generate across our 19 different social media platforms—all in order to investigate and expose why our world is now “they way it is.” (And to reveal: the way it is is not the way it has to be, not “reality” of any Natural Law.) Our effect is as simple as it is radical: to democratize our humanity’s collective knowledge.

Who creates the programming of The Human Network TV? How is it possible that your network won’t manipulate the concerns of its viewers? Programming changes human minds, by nature. In other words: how could your network be immune to this “current world” deception, creating a different future, if you’re using the selfsame mechanism of “educating?”

 There are many smart and resourceful people on this planet. The Human Network relies on them to be the genius of the organism. In other words, humanity’s vitality will grow from a few of us creating and selecting programming to a planet-wide population currently only wishing for change— to inspire itself to get up off the couch and make things better, for itself.   At first, The Human Network’s TV programming will be set up to support the causes of the Network that the creators strategically view as viable for the birth and sustainment of the network. So, it begins as propaganda for love, connection, creativity, wonder, exploration, and humanism. To these ends, we may use our resources and the funds of our philanthropists to create dialogues that awaken people to their own creative powers— and so, inspire the world to enhance abused and forgotten regions of our planet.  For instance, we may create campaigns to support literacy. We may pay for the creation of informational shows, enrolling experts to donate their intellect to us so we can illuminate the power of literacy—and cause the world to spread the desire—eventually, universally.  Exercising the energy of 7.5 billion human beings may at first feel shaky, but once we learn how to operate as a whole, we will actually be much more functional. As 7.5 billion pairs of eyes, arms, feet in harmony, not against ourselves, at war—we are now streamlined in our power, and in our efforts of life-affirmation. Electric with the hearts, minds, and consciousness of us all, all neurons firing.  At first, we are acting  within  the framework of The Human Network; but social contribution will eventually become mimicked by  the organism , itself:  When the organism determines that a particular need is a bright star, crossing a threshold in the code and displaying a trend in the social climate of the earth, the Human Network determines that need as  valuable . So, it channels our human energy, directly there. That need is  glaring , and so has proven itself vital, for humanity.  Worth focusing on, these bright stars of human hope trigger the organism to  take  initiative—to create its own content, and its own descriptions of our human state; soon, this Network-generated (efficient!) description will likely be far superior to any information Human Network TV shares.  This  clarity  of vision will be the evolutionary outcome of The Human Network.

There are many smart and resourceful people on this planet. The Human Network relies on them to be the genius of the organism. In other words, humanity’s vitality will grow from a few of us creating and selecting programming to a planet-wide population currently only wishing for change— to inspire itself to get up off the couch and make things better, for itself. 

At first, The Human Network’s TV programming will be set up to support the causes of the Network that the creators strategically view as viable for the birth and sustainment of the network. So, it begins as propaganda for love, connection, creativity, wonder, exploration, and humanism. To these ends, we may use our resources and the funds of our philanthropists to create dialogues that awaken people to their own creative powers— and so, inspire the world to enhance abused and forgotten regions of our planet.

For instance, we may create campaigns to support literacy. We may pay for the creation of informational shows, enrolling experts to donate their intellect to us so we can illuminate the power of literacy—and cause the world to spread the desire—eventually, universally.

Exercising the energy of 7.5 billion human beings may at first feel shaky, but once we learn how to operate as a whole, we will actually be much more functional. As 7.5 billion pairs of eyes, arms, feet in harmony, not against ourselves, at war—we are now streamlined in our power, and in our efforts of life-affirmation. Electric with the hearts, minds, and consciousness of us all, all neurons firing.

At first, we are acting within the framework of The Human Network; but social contribution will eventually become mimicked by the organism, itself:

When the organism determines that a particular need is a bright star, crossing a threshold in the code and displaying a trend in the social climate of the earth, the Human Network determines that need as valuable. So, it channels our human energy, directly there. That need is glaring, and so has proven itself vital, for humanity.

Worth focusing on, these bright stars of human hope trigger the organism to take initiative—to create its own content, and its own descriptions of our human state; soon, this Network-generated (efficient!) description will likely be far superior to any information Human Network TV shares.

This clarity of vision will be the evolutionary outcome of The Human Network.

How are you going to be successful where other nonprofits have failed?

 Many nonprofits share a similar model: generate revenue and turn a percentage of that revenue into action. Yet revenue in the form of currency will at some point be limited.   As author/activist David Graeber explains: Currency is attained through a variety of ways. But in the end what it represents nowadays is the result of someone doing “work.” It however ultimately represents debt. It is an IOU. Someone who gives you a dollar for a cup of coffee that you made is effectively saying “here, I will trade you this piece of paper that says I owe you the amount of energy equivalent to $1 for a cup of coffee.” You can then take that dollar and redeem it back to the person for something that he has worth $1. Or since the currency is “standardized”, you can trade that dollar to someone else for something they have. Money is a way to transmit human energy into pieces of paper. The issue (along with many many many other issues) with the pieces of paper is that they are limited. Human energy is not.   The Human Network’s goal is to use human energy directly to satisfy the need. That way anyone, even people without money, can fuel the organism. This will be the one simple but critical difference. This makes the amount of “donors” scalable to all 7.5 billion people. Something not possible if we were relying on funds to do our projects.  The way we will use humans for humans will focus on this first. Humans are valuable in terms of wisdom, physical energy, spiritual energy, development of technologies. This seems to be the organic form of energy that will make the difference.

Many nonprofits share a similar model: generate revenue and turn a percentage of that revenue into action. Yet revenue in the form of currency will at some point be limited. 

As author/activist David Graeber explains: Currency is attained through a variety of ways. But in the end what it represents nowadays is the result of someone doing “work.” It however ultimately represents debt. It is an IOU. Someone who gives you a dollar for a cup of coffee that you made is effectively saying “here, I will trade you this piece of paper that says I owe you the amount of energy equivalent to $1 for a cup of coffee.” You can then take that dollar and redeem it back to the person for something that he has worth $1. Or since the currency is “standardized”, you can trade that dollar to someone else for something they have. Money is a way to transmit human energy into pieces of paper. The issue (along with many many many other issues) with the pieces of paper is that they are limited. Human energy is not. 

The Human Network’s goal is to use human energy directly to satisfy the need. That way anyone, even people without money, can fuel the organism. This will be the one simple but critical difference. This makes the amount of “donors” scalable to all 7.5 billion people. Something not possible if we were relying on funds to do our projects.

The way we will use humans for humans will focus on this first. Humans are valuable in terms of wisdom, physical energy, spiritual energy, development of technologies. This seems to be the organic form of energy that will make the difference.

What does it mean to be an “interactive media network?” What is the difference between your network and other feel-good, uplifting media networks, such as Oprah’s OWN Network?

 The entire system exists right now, as it is, as a bunch of independent parts. And we can see it on an individual, personal level—and on a corporate level, and on a government level, and on a cultural level. And it is our plan to use all of these strong independent parts in harmonious unity, including the elites. Including the people we think are “hurting” the planet—these are tremendous potentials of generating energy.  The Human Network is going to be a game-changer, the game-changing answer. It doesn’t include world war; it includes a shift in perspective, a letting go of the idea that what it’s all about is being rich and famous.  No man, we’re already 7.5 billion-people rich.  A system like TV is people interacting passively. Television is a one-sided channel of communication, and the user is merely passively energetic. Through programming, recipients of this media get told what to see, and what to think—without action.   Static is the noise, and right now the media is static, in both senses. The signal is simply a map of human need, and the people and resources to meet that need, for humanity.  The Human Network is human “news” that is the signal—without the noise.   Interactive media exists already. Facebook, for example, is a world where users are both providing and receiving, both creating and consuming art and ideas. It is a platform built of conversation. The Human Network uses this same interactive model.  What we’re creating is an interactive network whose purpose is to map and to display the organism of humanity— in order to give people the resources to discover the health of the organism—to enhance the health of the organism. It’s two-way. The users can be contributors to the organism, and they will also be receivers of the health of the organism. In the beginning, it may seem that only the people in “need” are receiving, but we will discover that that is not the case. The health and wealth of the whole planet increases as the people in need become more healthy, fulfilled.

The entire system exists right now, as it is, as a bunch of independent parts. And we can see it on an individual, personal level—and on a corporate level, and on a government level, and on a cultural level. And it is our plan to use all of these strong independent parts in harmonious unity, including the elites. Including the people we think are “hurting” the planet—these are tremendous potentials of generating energy.

The Human Network is going to be a game-changer, the game-changing answer. It doesn’t include world war; it includes a shift in perspective, a letting go of the idea that what it’s all about is being rich and famous.

No man, we’re already 7.5 billion-people rich.

A system like TV is people interacting passively. Television is a one-sided channel of communication, and the user is merely passively energetic. Through programming, recipients of this media get told what to see, and what to think—without action. 

Static is the noise, and right now the media is static, in both senses. The signal is simply a map of human need, and the people and resources to meet that need, for humanity.

The Human Network is human “news” that is the signal—without the noise. 

Interactive media exists already. Facebook, for example, is a world where users are both providing and receiving, both creating and consuming art and ideas. It is a platform built of conversation. The Human Network uses this same interactive model.

What we’re creating is an interactive network whose purpose is to map and to display the organism of humanity— in order to give people the resources to discover the health of the organism—to enhance the health of the organism. It’s two-way. The users can be contributors to the organism, and they will also be receivers of the health of the organism. In the beginning, it may seem that only the people in “need” are receiving, but we will discover that that is not the case. The health and wealth of the whole planet increases as the people in need become more healthy, fulfilled.

Why does the world need The Human Network right now?

 Right now, the belief in "news" stories of pretend villains, often across man-created borders, is blocking compassion—dividing humanity. The impact of the present media programming is the programming of minds to be violently against others, “rightly.” As hate, the present system’s “meaningless” output, is serious in consequence: the source of great hostility, global in reach—its human hold. The outcome is our present world’s tragic gridlock of wars, costing human blood and human lifetimes, all lost at one selfsame and  senseless  ending. If this divisive narrative is left unexamined, humanity's violence against itself will continue. The possibility I'm creating with The Human Network is the possibility of revealing that all people are equally human.  ABRACADABRA means: I CREATE AS I SPEAK. And it’s a real thing. So, we need to make sure we are never focusing on what is deficient on this planet.  The Human Network focus only on our  goals , only giving the objectives energy. In order to energize all we wish to  create . Whether we believe it or not, we are interpreting and manipulating our energetic field. Anything we say or do will come true in the realization of us turning the energy around us into actual things or events. This is the law of energetic conservation; we are all  that magical —and The Human Network will prove this natural law on multiple dimensions.  The  elites  know humanity’s creative nature, and this nature of our reality’s design. And  this  is why the media over-focuses energy on everything bad, all we don’t want. In other words: it is their very own self-perpetuating human network that they’re using—to perpetuate a system of humans in fear, hate, and jealousy: this state of humanity against itself. Then, as an exploit of this dissonance they generate, they can manipulate—and they  control . As long as they keep people believing that things are "‘bad,”everyone will accept their resignation, and allow the creation of the “bad” situations out of the subtle energy that composes everything.  Composes, and writes; ABRACADABRA ever-being the authorial force: we create only that which we state, as  our state . 

Right now, the belief in "news" stories of pretend villains, often across man-created borders, is blocking compassion—dividing humanity. The impact of the present media programming is the programming of minds to be violently against others, “rightly.” As hate, the present system’s “meaningless” output, is serious in consequence: the source of great hostility, global in reach—its human hold. The outcome is our present world’s tragic gridlock of wars, costing human blood and human lifetimes, all lost at one selfsame and senseless ending. If this divisive narrative is left unexamined, humanity's violence against itself will continue. The possibility I'm creating with The Human Network is the possibility of revealing that all people are equally human.

ABRACADABRA means: I CREATE AS I SPEAK. And it’s a real thing. So, we need to make sure we are never focusing on what is deficient on this planet.

The Human Network focus only on our goals, only giving the objectives energy. In order to energize all we wish to create. Whether we believe it or not, we are interpreting and manipulating our energetic field. Anything we say or do will come true in the realization of us turning the energy around us into actual things or events. This is the law of energetic conservation; we are all that magical—and The Human Network will prove this natural law on multiple dimensions.

The elites know humanity’s creative nature, and this nature of our reality’s design. And this is why the media over-focuses energy on everything bad, all we don’t want. In other words: it is their very own self-perpetuating human network that they’re using—to perpetuate a system of humans in fear, hate, and jealousy: this state of humanity against itself. Then, as an exploit of this dissonance they generate, they can manipulate—and they control. As long as they keep people believing that things are "‘bad,”everyone will accept their resignation, and allow the creation of the “bad” situations out of the subtle energy that composes everything.

Composes, and writes; ABRACADABRA ever-being the authorial force: we create only that which we state, as our state

Everything you assert is too abstract to grasp. Can you give us an illustrative example?

 For example, on the website for the World Literacy Foundation, the first thing people see is “1 in 5 people in the world cannot read or write.” A literacy site that promotes the statistic of people who CAN’T read is perpetuating the reality that people can’t read.  The reality that people can’t read ensures the survival of the nonprofit. The organization causes people to donate, either by just paying, or hosting fundraisers to amass money. Then they buy books or send teachers to areas in the world that still need to discover the possibility of reading. Someone somewhere is skimming money out of this system, in salaries and shady bonuses, loopholes of theft—and also the system barely utilizes the massive functionality of the internet.  There is zero reason to be shipping books to people in need. Since the advent of kindle-type devices that are lighter and cheaper to ship—and thatcan hold thousands of books for every child, within just one.  This is one small example. Zooming higher, we want to create a system ready to be used on  any  computer, powerfully teaching literacy lessons. A system that is easily translated into every single language in the world.   Next, we use the human mind power of The Human Network itself to translate the lessons, and also monitor the translations to make sure they are correct, ,just as Wikipedia does now, a terrific model of humanism in action.

For example, on the website for the World Literacy Foundation, the first thing people see is “1 in 5 people in the world cannot read or write.” A literacy site that promotes the statistic of people who CAN’T read is perpetuating the reality that people can’t read.

The reality that people can’t read ensures the survival of the nonprofit. The organization causes people to donate, either by just paying, or hosting fundraisers to amass money. Then they buy books or send teachers to areas in the world that still need to discover the possibility of reading. Someone somewhere is skimming money out of this system, in salaries and shady bonuses, loopholes of theft—and also the system barely utilizes the massive functionality of the internet.

There is zero reason to be shipping books to people in need. Since the advent of kindle-type devices that are lighter and cheaper to ship—and thatcan hold thousands of books for every child, within just one.

This is one small example. Zooming higher, we want to create a system ready to be used on any computer, powerfully teaching literacy lessons. A system that is easily translated into every single language in the world. 

Next, we use the human mind power of The Human Network itself to translate the lessons, and also monitor the translations to make sure they are correct, ,just as Wikipedia does now, a terrific model of humanism in action.

When it becomes powerful, can you ensure that The Human Network remains creative—not destructive?

 We will always be focused on goals. Always. We are a system that causes people to co-create goals. And the site will organically police itself on this sole essential matter. Humanity will not allow negative goals to get attention. Negative goals should be flagged for removal.

We will always be focused on goals. Always. We are a system that causes people to co-create goals. And the site will organically police itself on this sole essential matter. Humanity will not allow negative goals to get attention. Negative goals should be flagged for removal.

What are our Global Initiatives? Is there a difference between the Global Initiatives and The Human Network's current projects?

 Our Global Initiatives are the causes we support—broadly defined: the needs of the world.  The projects are personal and hands-on, the groundwork. What our human beings are actually up to—needs of  your  world.   Here are some of our Global Initiatives:   1.) Global literacy  2.) Cleaning our oceans and rivers, the blood of the body of earth  3.) Global tree planting   4.) Global healthcare: for instance, attaching a person’s medical history/medical records to that person  5.) Clean air  6.) Global citizen initiative: the planet is our family, countries are obsolete, internet is international, dissolving borders that only existed in our mind  7.) International education on critical thinking, the nature of reality, the connectedness of all life, love (relationships), hands-on humanism (planting trees), body science (yoga, in practice and in theory), feeding the planet, sustainable practices (always asking is this depleting us or is this feeding us?), nutrition & the nature of nourishment  8.) Sustainable farming  9.) Creating sustainable alternatives to plastic, systems that generate no waste, not focused on dealing with the outcome of a wasteful system but instead creating a system that eliminates the need to deal with wreckage, because there is no wreckage.   10.) Developing a global culture; because culture is inevitable—not inevitably fractured and not inevitably immoral or moral, good or bad, or manipulative. This is all a means of accessing our essential culture, which is: our humanity.

Our Global Initiatives are the causes we support—broadly defined: the needs of the world.

The projects are personal and hands-on, the groundwork. What our human beings are actually up to—needs of your world.

Here are some of our Global Initiatives:

1.) Global literacy

2.) Cleaning our oceans and rivers, the blood of the body of earth

3.) Global tree planting 

4.) Global healthcare: for instance, attaching a person’s medical history/medical records to that person

5.) Clean air

6.) Global citizen initiative: the planet is our family, countries are obsolete, internet is international, dissolving borders that only existed in our mind

7.) International education on critical thinking, the nature of reality, the connectedness of all life, love (relationships), hands-on humanism (planting trees), body science (yoga, in practice and in theory), feeding the planet, sustainable practices (always asking is this depleting us or is this feeding us?), nutrition & the nature of nourishment

8.) Sustainable farming

9.) Creating sustainable alternatives to plastic, systems that generate no waste, not focused on dealing with the outcome of a wasteful system but instead creating a system that eliminates the need to deal with wreckage, because there is no wreckage. 

10.) Developing a global culture; because culture is inevitable—not inevitably fractured and not inevitably immoral or moral, good or bad, or manipulative. This is all a means of accessing our essential culture, which is: our humanity.

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