The golden rule from Quantum Inspirational People

By Charley

“Peter Jones I have a pen pal in Zambia I have conversed with casually since June. Her profile on Facebook is where I found the Humanity Africa connection.

I have asked her to join here and am waiting for a response.

I’m nervous enough about being charged with conscription already, but I just don’t know another way to keep things moving toward my own goals.

I judge my own motives to be pure enough and I do my research before bringing someone new into the mix. However I detest manufactured consent myself and I try to employ the golden rule as generously as possible.

My personal maxim:

“I don’t wish to be excluded from the desirable nor included in the undesirable”

To me consent and consensus are inexorably linked within creative circles. The infractions that generate distrust are a threat to the generative conversations that we desperately need in the connected world.

I consider myself more of a community manager and less of a host. I am deeply appreciative of all those who are volunteering and time and risking their reputations going out on these limbs with me.

Trust is absolutely vital in every team, crew or cohort. Going it alone is plain stupid out here in open cyberspace.

Special thanks to @Aaron Perlmutter and @Glenn Gaasland for join me in the Slack space which I’ve been dying to utilize properly for crafting tools and equipment for future professional develpment phases.”

Glenn wrote:

“I already follow this and several other similar Messenger threads with many of the same people…I find that even if the volume is already high, it is amazingly interesting, and as an ongoing conversation messenger is very useful.

My suggestion would be to use the Slack space as an additional repository for interesting ideas and material formulated in the messenger threads as well as other places. There is something very dynamic about these messenger threads, I immediately see a part of what is posted, by whom, with messenger, no matter what device I am on. This is very useful. It is a living conversation that keeps on going, maybe by a few active people, an expression of thinking and sensemaking “on the road”.

The responsibility for each person in such a process is to be interested in learning, offer normal human support and encouragement to the great work done by other humans around the world, and try to offer something interesting / relevant / beautiful to the process at the moments when we engage.

Information overload is a very real phenomenon and a robust process must take account of this.

Each if us will always miss a lot of gold along the way, which may be re-traced later.

We will and must go around in circles, around the core insights and questions and ideas, gradually and organically getting a little bit wiser as time goes on.

Charley you are doing wonderful work with these messenger threads! Please keep it going. Most of us will miss most of the details, but that is inherent to the process, which keeps on giving nevertheless.

Its all about the few magic moments, and the next magic moments that build on them, and the slightly clearer formulations that periodically arise, as part of the living thinking happening between several minds around the world.

Slack, Basecamp, blogs and many other places, are places to capture some of the best artifacts and singular formulations, arising as a result of these magic moments, which periodically arise during the messy dynamic process of thinking together in real time.”

Charley says:

“I am naming us “inspirators” and the process “quantum sociology” — that’s this.”

Glenn said:

“Basecamp and Slack for projects that are well defined, yes. And also as a repository of certain complete articles which can convey complex concepts and relationships in an effective way, it should wrk well. Along with blogs etc, maybe also youtube videos, which I hope to focus more on in the time to come. One day we will put it all together in a way never seen before, we are not there yet, but we are moving closer every day as long as we continue with what we are doing.

A totally new informational platform is likely needed for it to reach its full potential ( a multidimensional information space which can contain anything of interest and the connections between them, with all relevant associations, as well as an ability to connect with other similar kinds of platforms in a kind of information manifold… is a part of what I see in the not to distant future )

“Quantum sociology” is a great way to describe it! We could also see it as an intelligence network of the commons, working on behalf of the planet as a whole, or an open source science of the people.”

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Motivation and inspiration are bound together

Charley says:

That’s a psychic value of mine. Motivation and inspiration are bound together in our personal convictions and within our internal constitution. A self-actualized individual grows into a spiritual adult the harrowing trials and myriad temptations. We must condition ourselves and upgrade our psychological and philosophical make up continually.

We become better citizens by raising our context from self-willed change to adaptation to our situations (the parts of life WE control) and our circumstances (the parts of life that are simply uncontrollable). Learning that distinction is of key value IF we learn and practice self-control with an open mind.

For more from Charley check out this amazing community Ozone Farm

“pipelining” as an organizational model

Charley says: “I’ve been developing some stategic partnering principles generally called “pipelining” as an organizational model for vetting agents and agencies and a sort of “matchmaking” service for conducting precision philanthropy.”

I have also been working on a project to allow for individuals and groups with limited resources. Organically form and build teams with compassionate.Technology (More to come about Compassionate Technologies)

The idea is simple, when one person or a group of people have an idea. The hardest part is how to execute and agree on what the idea(s) will look like in action. Also you need to figure out a way to work together.

The first part of making anything happen is to form a team. How to form that team is what Compassionate Technology is all about. ITS NOT EASY!!!

My boss used to have a sign on his desk and it read “world domination! It’s not as easy as it looks”

This is the hardest part because you have to align people together, communicate and make sure everyone is on the same page. You need the ability to schedule to keep all of the communication in one place etc. etc. etc. as Charley said above strategic partnering principles is the key.

If we can make the friction of starting teams go away because of lack of resources, lack of leadership, disagreements of the vision and the Why. We can make it easy to communicate together as well as open source everything so that all of our communication is owned by everybody and transparent and shared with everybody in a way that is completely open source we could start building teams and do as Charley says create a pipeline organization model.

I’m not sure what this model would look like but I did find this image maybe Charlie can help us understand better what his vision is:

Charley just wrote:

“The 21st century is a time of deep learning and teaching with new understandings of connectedness between realms both plain clear and physical (hard science) and mystical and etherial (spirit science).”

This post is still being created. (It’s a work in progress. If you wanna Help finish this post leave a comment below to blog with us)

For more good information check out Charley’s blog

Equilibrium is the goal of life.

Charley says:

“The way I see it, balence is often sought after especially when doing transactions and trades. Equal portions of this and that are exchanged presumably equally and in balence.

The problem with that thinking is that hidden factors arise that cause huge errors and imbalences such as the abonination of gross wealth and income inequality that becomes more maddening each day. Massive profits are accumulated without regard to environmental degradation and natural resource depletion across the long term.

But if dynamic equalibrium in whole ecosystem understanding was installed in the collective psyche, situations and circumstances would show up more clearly revealing intangible and hidden values such as clean air and pure water, the ingredients of healthy ecosystems.”

See More at https://ozonefarm.org

Charley has great posts

What is Brownian Motion and thermal equilibrium?

This motion is named after the botanist Robert Brown. In 1827, while looking through a microscope at particles trapped in cavities inside pollen grains in water, he noted that the particles moved through the water; but he was not able to determine the mechanisms that caused this motion.

Atoms and molecules had long been theorized as the constituents of matter, and Albert Einstein published a paper in 1905 that explained in precise detail how the motion that Brown had observed was a result of the pollen being moved by individual water molecules, making one of his first big contributions to science. This explanation of Brownian motion served as convincing evidence that atoms and molecules exist, and was further verified experimentally by Jean Perrin in 1908. Perrin was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1926 “for his work on the discontinuous structure of matter”. The direction of the force of atomic bombardment is constantly changing, and at different times the particle is hit more on one side than another, leading to the seemingly random nature of the motion.

This pattern of motion typically alternates random fluctuations in a particle’s position inside a fluid sub-domain with a relocation to another sub-domain.

Why is this important and why do we care?

Each relocation is followed by more fluctuations within the new closed volume. This pattern describes a fluid at thermal equilibrium, defined by a given temperature.

Let’s pause here and take a closer look at what temperature really is:

The Kelvin temperature scale was the brainchild of Belfast-born British inventor and scientist William Thomson — also known as Lord Kelvin. It is one of the three best-known scales used to measure temperature, along with Fahrenheit and Celsius.

Flying cars jet packs and the latest in the future of the manufacturing process

The next big thing in aviation could be quite small and quite personal small company out of Silicon Valley has been keeping this under wraps for over seven years and has finally unveiled the new flying car. There now finalizing the approval from the FAA as an ultralight vehicle. They will be announcing a price shortly in the range of an expensive SUV in America. This range looks like somewhere around 65 Thousand dollars.

When it comes to pricing new technology it all depends on the ability to manufacture in the demand, as we know with the model 3 Tesla Car, The price of 35,000 was announced before the car was created in manufactured and as the manufacturing process continued the price with extra features had skyrocketed up to as much as $65,000. When it comes to future technology we can’t know the price until we know the demand. I hope you enjoy watching the innovations that are created in this modern day and age.

We will be receiving more and more future innovations shortly with the advent of artificial intelligence machine learning, 3-D printing and a very beautiful new model of communication that allows for a streamline in manufacturing and research and development.

If you would like to better understand the workflow of research and development and what that looks like regarding innovative companies like Tesla, please look out for my next blog about git hub.

This new way of working is revolutionizing how large companies scale and work faster to create an exponential workflow that allows for technology to speed up 1000 fold.

What’s the real difference between electric cars and ICE internal combustion cars

Are we there yet? When will Electric cars be practical affordable and our every day driver?

For the last three years I’ve been following a movement called the “electric revolution” things have been heating up and with the model 3 T car out on the road with a base price of $35-$40,000, as well as a super charging station of over 1389 superchargers worldwide, I find the subject to be very interesting what is the real difference between internal combustion engines and electric vehicles.

To find out the answer I think it’s good to look at the engineering and take away the politics which is why I’m posting up this video from a wonderful channel called learn engineering

Please watch this video and let me know what your thoughts are on the practical differences between the two types of vehicles?

I think the present moment we’re still getting a larger battery capacity and it does make sense to have an electric engine so you don’t have all the moving pieces that you do with internal combustion engines. Better for maintenance and one of the main features that I personally like is the break ends up becoming a regenerative way of getting more energy into the engine as opposed to wearing through brake pads.

It’s a wonderful discussion to objectively look at the differences from an engineering standpoint, hope you enjoy this video would love to hear your comments below.

Also here is how a Tesla Model S works