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Y Worlds
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A global cooperative inventing a powerful new language and enterprise around systems of knowledge, complexity & mass action. Nurture, Equality, Truth & Systems.
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    The human species is rapidly and indisputably moving towards the technological singularity. The cadence of the flow of information and innovation in...
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    For some time US popular culture has kept a fairly specific image of the modern working life. Early in the morning, tens of millions of people across the country begin their daily migration to their place of business. They work throughout the day in dedicated spaces beside their peers, organized by hierarchy, and return home in the evening to complete their cycle of life – office life.

    We’ve seen this depiction parodied, ridiculed and critiqued hundreds of times throughout modern media- The Matrix, Office Space, Every Day the Same Dream, etc. Yet, while often portrayed and assumed, this collective, cubicle-centered concept of the traditional office is an unusually private experience of culture, commute, bosses, deadlines and work. Few people are granted the essential information about the ‘offices’ of their friends or family, their children and parents. Offices are wrapped in assumptions. The reality of life to, from and within an office is made up of equal amounts of diversity and commonality.

    Software companies, comprising one of the newest industries on earth, are well-known for their relaxed conditions and comfortable working environment. More traditional firms might balk at the non-traditional workplaces, but we’ve seen waves of innovation and creativity pouring out of them and the results cannot be denied. Google, for example, is one of the largest companies in the world, wielding billions in assets. They have gyms, creative spaces, and a free and open work environment supporting workplace relationships and community.

    Similarly, video game company Valve has almost nothing that resembles a standard corporate structure. There’s no hierarchy and no ‘boss’. The company consists of a bunch of people working on passion-projects. In terms of revenue generation, it is one of the most efficient companies in the world. Each employee creates at least one million dollars in wealth. They eclipse, in capital per person, even the tech giants Google, Apple and Microsoft. At that rate, if Valve had the same number of employees as Microsoft, they would have a revenue of $1.2 trillion.

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    We are
    building a world, not a web site
    a world with a dynamic systemic semiotic language
    a world with Nurture.Equality.Truth.Systems as objectives
    a world focused on carefully coordinated individual activities
    a world that generates and shares value & recognition
    a world that attracts concerted mass action
    rethinking everything & assuming nothing

    We exchange

    as a curated peer-to-peer collective commons
    according to specific, actionable objectives
    as a wiki cooperative
    everything we do via a Creative Commons License
    our intellectual property and tangible wealth within the cooperative
    our intellectual property for commercial use via license

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    Y Worlds is cooperative dedicated to a Proof Process

    Buddha: Believe Nothing from Y Worlds on Vimeo.

    and new models that make the dysfunctional ones obsolete.

    Buckminster Fuller: New Model from Y Worlds on Vimeo.

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    Stop. Pause any music you’re listening to, any videos you might be watching. Take a few seconds to listen to everything around you. Listen to the soundscape.

    What did you hear?
    A car driving by?
    The soft hum of a computer fan?
    Footsteps of the people around you?
    Your own heartbeat?
    City traffic?
    Cows and sheep and birds communicating?
    People communicating?

    We live in a world of sound. It’s everywhere, permeates everything. Silence, for the most part, doesn’t exist. Even in the quietest of spaces, there is the sound of breathing, of your stomach and of your heart.

    Sounds, simply put, are the patterns of certain kinetic waves and energies that our body senses through our ears, skin and nerves. There is a threshold, though, for the amplitude and frequency of what we can hear.

    Sound is a channel of communications not only between humans but among and within all matter, energy and life. There is a lot to hear if we wished to tune that channel in.

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