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Armin Schleiffarth: Why Michigan Must Become A Major Area of Focus for Groups Working Toward a Participatory Society.

Michigan, quite simply, is the most important land mass on the planet when it comes to the long term strategic interests of the world population. Why? Because Michigan is almost surrounded by fresh water. According to ranking U.S. military planners, the future wars will be the result of conflicts over fresh water. If a participatory society is to become a reality, we Read more…

Armin Schleiffarth: Nature Article Addresses Parecon

Control without hierarchy Understanding how particular natural systems operate without central control will reveal whether such systems share general properties. Deborah M. Gordon Nature 446, 143 (8 March 2007) doi:10.1038/446143a Because most of the dynamic systems that we design, from machines to governments, are based on hierarchical control, it is difficult to imagine a system Read more…

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