One Community continues to move forward as quickly and efficiently as possible with what we believe is the most effective approach to providing what is needed for those interested in how to help humanity. Our approach is open source project-launch blueprinting and free-sharing everything necessary to create a solution creating model that creates additional solution creating models. These solutions creating models will be in the form of global self-sufficient teacher/demonstration communities, villages, and cities working together for The Highest Good of All and demonstrating sustainable and more fulfilled living. This is our weekly progress update (#9) for the week of 4/22/2013.
Click on each icon to be taken to the corresponding Highest Good hub page.
In our opinion, if what we are seeking is how to help humanity, we believe the fastest way to that goal is large-scale teaching of how humanity can help itself and demonstrating the experience as more fun and fulfilling than how not to help humanity. Fifteen years of research, development, and planning went into what this more fulfilling experience would be like, and how it would be supported and maintained, and these two newly updated pages discuss this:
Here are the new updates from this last week to our food infrastructure including the first phase of space planning details for the complete Phase I food infrastructure and the addition of more than 50 images, along with another round of formatting, to the Tropical Atrium Planting and Harvest details page.
We’re working on the 3D details for the Tropical Atrium now thanks to the amazing skill, time, and work of John Bassist – a friend of the project who found us on Facebook. Here are some screenshots of John’s work:
Karl Harris (Architect Drafter, Designer, and founder of Harris Design & Technology Services) has also completed the final CAD details for the SEGO Center! Here is the last export and now we’re back to focusing on 3D for that as well.
Additionally we’re now focusing on the materials, tools & equipment, and labor projections for the first village model (Pod 1, The Earthbag Village) most recently with the help of consultants Betty Lenora (Earthbuilding Instructor and Author) and Biko Casini (Sustainable Building Expert, Permaculturalist, and Journeyman Mason). We’ve created the following open source sharing pages as we are organizing all of the great advice and doing additional research behind the scenes:
This week we also completed the Collaboration Curriculum pages with final edits and images. Both of these pages are elements of the “Sharing” category of the Curriculum for Life component of this open source and free-shared education program.
Here’s an article we wrote about how to help humanity by being our own architects of the future: Architects of the Future Article
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