I’m kind of amazed that I feel I have to write this, when surrounded by so many people already in agreement with a moneyless world, yet who, for some reason, seem to think that a Universal Basic Income will somehow get us there. Personally, I can’t think of anything that would bring us further from a moneyless world – to the point where I am even having ‘conspiratorial’ suspicions as to the origins and impetus of this idea. Read More
Talking about F-Day: The Second Dawn Of Man with Nicole King of RTV Marbella, Spain. Recorded in August 2016
A few people have been asking about the difference between an Open Economy and a Resource-Based Economy, so I thought I’d make a post about it.
In a broad sense, the two concepts are the same – a more abundant, peaceful and sustainable world beyond money and borders. The difference is in the fundamental approach of arriving to this destination.
Because technology can – and already does – most of the hard work for us now.
Producing all of life’s necessities like food, clothing and building is already many times easier today than forty years ago, and it’s only going to get easier. Automated vertical farming, advanced cultivating techniques and 3D printed clothing and homes are already here.
We would all be in a better, moneyless society tomorrow if everyone understood how and why it works, but the truth is that it’s a very difficult idea to convince people of. So why is that? As someone who has been trying to sell this idea to people for about five years now, I’ve had plenty of time to think about this question, and this article is what I’ve come up with so far.
Imagine you are going out for the evening to meet three of your best friends – all going for a nice meal and a drink at your favourite restaurant. Throughout the night everyone is very relaxed, enjoying each others’ company, having a good chat, sharing some memories and laughs, and talking about whatever’s going on in their lives. Sounds like a pleasant way to spend an evening, right?