As “unrest” continues to intensify (Worldwide) around the increasing number and severity of “critical” issues (see: http://www.edenorg.com/edp-08.htm) it has provoked a transition in identity from Nation States to smaller groups — many of which are now resorting to “violence” as a means to highlight need. Since “conflict resolution” is grounded in the relationship between Nation States, and not small groups, we have no prior game plan by which to deal with this growing threat. As a result, chaos is on the rise. To contain it, two things are necessary. First, it’s essential that we understand the “underlying cause” for why polarity exists — for without that insight conflict can’t be defused. This blog is dedicated to that objective. Second, we need to identify a tangible working solution to which EVERYONE can contribute (in “real” time) regardless of their station in life. Since this is a global problem, global involvement is absolutely essential. Next, we need a new “platform” by which to achieve this objective — because the ones that we now have DON’T work.
Existing “power structures” see all demands for change as problematic. To suppress them, they regularly play upon mankind’s insecurity. Currently, that involves focusing us upon imminent, indiscriminate, terrorism. This has resulted in a climate of “fear” behind which they can then hide while suppressing objectionable requests. Undeterred by this subterfuge, pockets of discontent continue to spring up everywhere (Worldwide) making it impossible to predict and control their activity. In the attempt to do so, economic systems are being compromised while the uninvolved get stripped of their freedoms. Both feed into existing unrest.
In attempting to identify the underlying cause for this unrest, it’s crucial that we begin with a point upon which ALL can agree. One thing that is undeniable is that the “thought process” by which we come to know that we are, thereafter constrains everything about which we are able to think. What is not self evident is that our use of it comes with a price. That’s because our potential and its potential are different. We’re temporally limited (due to our physicality) whereas our ‘thought process’ (being a modality) is not. This temporal disparity causes all of our ideas to be dichotomous — or, relative to two distinctly different determinates — one of which is temporally limited whereas the other is not. This difference makes us vulnerable to pushing idea beyond our capability to understand the implications hidden in it. When that happens, control is lost to circumstance. This results in indecision, which gives way to insecurity, which generates emotion, that instigates conflict. In a high tech environment this combination is potentially lethal. The only way to survive it is to reign in our predisposition to quantify thought ad-infinitum. If we prove unable to do that, then there is little hope that human life will survive the complexity that results.
In offering a means by which to make a difference, it’s important to understand what it can and can’t do. The Eden project (see: http://www.edenorg.com) is not a solution to the greater problem that our ‘thought process’ imposes upon us. However, it can buy us much needed time by which to try and figure out how to curtail our addiction to complexity. Endorsement for this project is already significant (see: http://www.edenorg.com/edp-001a.htm) — hence, the initial “leg work” is done. What remains missing is the commitment to become involved by those who are capable of making the needed difference. If that doesn’t materialize soon, it’s a pretty sure bet that “NOBODY” will survive the result.
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