Monday, February 23, 2015

Oscars from a distance

Hi! Happy Monday!

Yesterday was the Oscars, and Steven Hawking, the subject of "The Theory of Everything" had this to say in an interview: 

Forget doomsday asteroids, global plagues and super volcanoes. British theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking says we're facing a much more immediate threat -- and it's our own behavior.
The human failing I would most like to correct is aggression,” Hawking told contest winner Adaeze Uyanwah, according to the Independent. Hawking chose aggression and warned that a nuclear war could end civilization and possibly the human race. We need to replace aggression with empathy, which "brings us together in a peaceful loving state,” he said.The subject of "The Theory of Everything" also told her that the future of man lies beyond Earth.

Yes indeed. The Device of Life gives everyone on this planet a connection to everyone else. The Data Center on the Moon lies beyond Earth. The DCOTM contains all of humankind's public knowledge out of danger and out of reach of our natural aggression and threat of nuclear war. It is a legacy for our children. It is a future legacy for many generations of children.

Finally, the Device of Life,  the DCTOM, the Vote Bank, the Universal Schema, public person profiles,  the Information Rule, the Right of Importance and all of the pillars of Irreni culminate to an overarching objective of mass empathy.

Mass empathy. 

Scale your empathy, scale the world.

Cheers!

The future is coming!

Well come! and Well met!

Cheers!

The future is coming!

Well come! and well met!






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