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The Telaithrion Project | a Free and Real Design The «Telaithrion Project» hopes to put in actual perspective, that a self sufficient sustainable society that is based on true incentives and selfless giving, can exist, and that can be applied to practice in everyday life, and that even if the entire culture of humanity adopted it could flourish. We would like to share all the practical knowledge, the information, the technologies and at the end the solutions that we may discover, research and apply to this journey of ours. We will do all we can to animate, empower, educate and inspire all people we meet so they will be able to follow their own path towards a more possible, more balanced coexistence of races and species on the planet. Copy | Transform | Combine Download the plan in full resolution by clicking here More about the idea here, about the vision here, more about the teamhere, all the research until now here, and all the ground work here…

RBE-POD The Venus Project coefficient de clustering - Wikipedia, l'encyclopédie libre In graph theory, a clustering coefficient is a measure of the degree to which nodes in a graph tend to cluster together. Evidence suggests that in most real-world networks, and in particular social networks, nodes tend to create tightly knit groups characterised by a relatively high density of ties; this likelihood tends to be greater than the average probability of a tie randomly established between two nodes (Holland and Leinhardt, 1971;[1] Watts and Strogatz, 1998[2]). Two versions of this measure exist: the global and the local. The global version was designed to give an overall indication of the clustering in the network, whereas the local gives an indication of the embeddedness of single nodes. Global clustering coefficient[edit] The global clustering coefficient is based on triplets of nodes. Watts and Strogatz defined the clustering coefficient as follows, "Suppose that a vertex has neighbours; then at most edges can exist between them (this occurs when every neighbour of ). over all

Pangea | Non Profit Organization - United Towards a Sustainable Future There are no translations available. Συνάντηση φίλων Pangea & The venus projectΜουσείο Ελληνικής ΓαστρονομίαςΑγ. Δημητρίου 13 Ψυρρή, Σάββατο 19 Οκτώβρη στις 6 το απόγευμα Σε μια εποχή που κάθε τι παλιό, θεσμοί, ιδεολογίες, συνήθειες και παραδόσεις καταρρέουν, στερούμενες πανανθρώπινων αξιακών βάσεων και ολιστικής οπτικής του κόσμου και των προβλημάτων μας, η ανάδειξη και η εφαρμογή της πρότασης του Venus Project ως μόνης βιώσιμης και ασφαλούς, με βάση τις πραγματικές δυνατότητες του σήμερα, γίνεται όλο και πιο επίκαιρη, όλο και πιο αναγκαία για το όφελος όλων των ανθρώπων.

What is Paradism? - Paradism Paradism is a political system that is similar to communism but has no "proletariat." In a paradist system, robots, nanobots and computers take the place of the proletariat or workforce. Paradism is based on new technologies, such as robotics, genetic engineering and nanotechnologies. All production, tools, services and resources that can be efficient without even one human involved can be nationalized. The nationalization of all production, services and tools provided by robots renders money obsolete since these products, services and tools can now be free. Communism failed because the very existence of a proletariat created inefficiencies. Paradist nationalization includes all land and housing, with the exception of family homes. In a paradist system, elected politicians work only because they are devoted to humanity. The same is true for food. Services will be provided exactly the same way. Everything a human being can do can be done better by robots.

FACEBOOK OFICIAL PAGE Πανγαία | Αστική Μη Κερδοσκοπική Εταιρεία - Ενωμένοι προς ένα Βιώσιμο Μέλλον 2014 Global Social Impact House — Social Impact House How to apply Student enrolled in the Social Entrepreneurship Course on Coursera can apply by completing this form by October 24, 2014. Finalists will be notified on October 28, 2014. Selection priority will be given to the students enrolled in the Signature Track. Finalists are selected based on the following criteria: Clarity of their social impact idea; Proven entrepreneurial experience and ability to implement ideas; A clear sense of what skills and resources they currently need to advance their social ventures;A strong Interest in collaborating with other global social entrepreneurs;Passion for making a social impact. Lodging and program are covered by The Center for Social Impact Strategy. For all questions or inquiries, email Cosmo Fujiyama at

Resource-based Economy - OccupyConcepts [edit] Introduction The Resource-based Economy (RBE) concepts propose a way to abandon money and the speculation with it; and get back to resources directly without the involvement of money as a regulatory tool. It assumes that with today's technology it would be possible to measure and store the quantity of a certain good, and connect with the demand or requirement side and share the resources, and skip the speculative and profit aspect in the exchange. The term itself "Resource-based Economy" was adapted from The Antigonish Movement of Canada's Resource Based Communities concept and later reintroduced by Jacques Fresco, who also initiated The Venus Project (TVP), the term was then adapted by other groups, such as The Zeitgeist Movement (TZM), People 4 Social Sustainability (PSS), The Resource Based Economy Foundation, and The Technocracy Movement. A brief explanation of RBE: Another key element: Abundance, Efficiency and Sustainability are, very simply, the enemies of profit.

Civilisation2.0 : En route vers l'humanité | En collaboration avec le Projet Venus LINC Lab : Learning & Innovation in Networks & Communities - Grenoble Ecole de Management Mission Etudier la manière dont les institutions privées et publiques peuvent puiser au cœur de leurs réseaux et de leurs communautés pour créer du savoir et innover. Pour mener ses travaux de recherche, l'Institut LINC Lab analyse l'impact des communautés et des réseaux sur l'innovation des organisations à travers : leur région d'origine (Europe, USA, Chine) la forme de la structure la culture les secteurs d'activité et les types de projets les nouvelles formes d'organisations ou de réseaux qui émergent Directeur Pr. Dimitris est professeur à Grenoble Ecole de Management, spécialisé dans les systèmes d'information et le management de la technologie. Dimitris est titulaire d'une HDR en sciences économiques de l'Université Pierre Mendès France de Grenoble, d'un doctorat en architecture (Département Ville et aménagement du territoire) de l'Université de Sheffield, en Angleterre, et un diplôme en génie civil de l'Université de Patras, en Grèce. Recherche et Publications