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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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    Every one of us comes into the world as billions of pieces of matter and energy – life. Chance brought the pieces together.

    Who came together to be our mother and father.
    Who were the lucky sperm and egg.
    What was the emotional condition of our parents early in our life and what were the toxicity levels of the environment.

    These circumstances determine whether you will be born into wealth or poverty, in health or in sickness, and countless other details of your life. So we get what we get as a result of chance – sorry, no exchanges possible.

    The building blocks of matter and energy that compose each of us (atoms, molecules, genes, cells, bacteria, organs, and so much more) are uniquely ours – the pieces interact to generate a being with programmed human characteristics and functionality. The combination of these pieces– the programming, our conscious behavior, our evolution, and our interactions with everything outside of us–determine our fate.

    Will we live longer or happier or healthier…? What will we be– a cat person or dog person? What will we do with our lives? Will we be an energetic learner or a lifelong couch potato?

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    Water is the most vital substance for creating and sustaining life.
    Water is the main ingredient in the remarkable concoction we call human beings.

    Our history as a species has been one dominated by the presence and absence of water.
    Now, however, we have begun to develop elaborate mechanisms to control our destiny with water. For better or worse, in partnerships with micro and autotrophic organisms, we are the species most capable of affecting life’s most precious resource.

    In the coming decades, especially with the looming spectre of Climate Change, we can expect the delicate balance of the Hydrosphere to become increasingly disrupted. Paradoxically, drought and flooding will become more common, as will the incessant demand for clean, fresh water, a quest that has already taxed many global reserves beyond their capacity to regenerate.

    Our interactions with water have fueled some of the largest and most expensive projects in human history- the Aqueducts of Rome, the Three Gorges Dam, the Chunnel, the Panama Canal, the G-Cans Tunnel System in Japan, the Dutch Delta Works, the Ashkelon Desalination Plant, Israel, the Marina Reservoir in Singapore, the North-South Water Transfer Project in China and the Groundwater Replenishment System in Orange County, California.

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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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