Circularity - A Global Conversation

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Science-Technology

Published on July 14, 2008

Author: ilexayardley

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Circularity : Circularity A GLOBAL CONVERSATION Suppose we launch a global conversation… : Suppose we launch a global conversation… …to circulate the most important discovery of all time? : …to circulate the most important discovery of all time? Suppose this discovery is actually a 6000 year old oversight… : Suppose this discovery is actually a 6000 year old oversight… that is unbelievably obvious once it is pointed out? : that is unbelievably obvious once it is pointed out? Suppose the discovery turns out to be the basis for physics (science)… : Suppose the discovery turns out to be the basis for physics (science)… …as well as the basis for religion? : …as well as the basis for religion? Suppose it scientifically explains the yin-yang dynamic… : Suppose it scientifically explains the yin-yang dynamic… …producing a simple, powerful, analytical tool to solve any type of problem? : …producing a simple, powerful, analytical tool to solve any type of problem? Suppose the discovery is so basic it easily catapults us to the next generation of technology improvements? : Suppose the discovery is so basic it easily catapults us to the next generation of technology improvements? Suppose the discovery finally unifies (makes sense of) multiple cultures, religions, and political systems… : Suppose the discovery finally unifies (makes sense of) multiple cultures, religions, and political systems… … producing an enhanced understanding of hierarchy… : … producing an enhanced understanding of hierarchy… that is the foundation for universal peace and prosperity? : that is the foundation for universal peace and prosperity? Suppose it produces a more efficient organization scheme for global economics and trade… : Suppose it produces a more efficient organization scheme for global economics and trade… …and a far better understanding of the relationship between competition and cooperation? : …and a far better understanding of the relationship between competition and cooperation? Suppose the discovery helps people and organizations to better utilize assets… : Suppose the discovery helps people and organizations to better utilize assets… …resulting in a total restructure of international economic (finance and monetary) systems? : …resulting in a total restructure of international economic (finance and monetary) systems? Suppose the discovery clarifies and improves family and-or team dynamics… : Suppose the discovery clarifies and improves family and-or team dynamics… ..teaching people how to untangle conflicts in any setting? : ..teaching people how to untangle conflicts in any setting? Suppose it provides a more intelligent basis for relationship… : Suppose it provides a more intelligent basis for relationship… and a better foundation for education? : and a better foundation for education? Suppose this discovery creates millions of jobs and a more intelligent basis for work in general? : Suppose this discovery creates millions of jobs and a more intelligent basis for work in general? Suppose it causes us to re-think, or better understand, the argument… : Suppose it causes us to re-think, or better understand, the argument… …giving us a better understanding of sex… : …giving us a better understanding of sex… …providing the reason (and necessity) for dance…. : …providing the reason (and necessity) for dance…. …sports… : …sports… communication… : communication… movement… : movement… variety… : variety… individuality… : individuality… personality… : personality… and the universal need for serenity… : and the universal need for serenity… Suppose this discovery solves the problem of hatred… : Suppose this discovery solves the problem of hatred… …anger, anxiety, apathy, frustration, sadness and fear? : …anger, anxiety, apathy, frustration, sadness and fear? Suppose it makes war completely unnecessary (unintelligent)? : Suppose it makes war completely unnecessary (unintelligent)? …solves the problem of disease? : …solves the problem of disease? …unleashes the innate creativity in all people? : …unleashes the innate creativity in all people? …allows ALL of us to achieve like an Einstein? : …allows ALL of us to achieve like an Einstein? Suppose this discovery makes us all feel more safe, productive, prosperous, and necessary? : Suppose this discovery makes us all feel more safe, productive, prosperous, and necessary? Suppose it provides an enhanced understanding of space? : Suppose it provides an enhanced understanding of space? …and a far better understanding of the underlying relationship among species? : …and a far better understanding of the underlying relationship among species? Suppose the discovery produces extreme advances in technology? : Suppose the discovery produces extreme advances in technology? …providing a much better understanding of weather? : …providing a much better understanding of weather? …and a clarification and basis for intelligence, relativity, infinity? : …and a clarification and basis for intelligence, relativity, infinity? Suppose it just helps us all to make more sense of our reality, and our place in the universe… : Suppose it just helps us all to make more sense of our reality, and our place in the universe… Suppose it brings order to chaos, clarity to confusion, just enough to too much… : Suppose it brings order to chaos, clarity to confusion, just enough to too much… Wouldn’t you want to know more about this discovery? : Wouldn’t you want to know more about this discovery? Suppose the content for this discovery is already developed and articulated on a web-site? : Suppose the content for this discovery is already developed and articulated on a web-site? + - o = What is the circular theory? www.Circular-Theory.com Suppose the discovery is supported and referenced by a Nobel Laureate in a recent talk (July 2008) to other Nobel Laureates and physicists? : Suppose the discovery is supported and referenced by a Nobel Laureate in a recent talk (July 2008) to other Nobel Laureates and physicists? Brian Josephson, Phd, Cambridge University, Nobel Prize 1978 Age 22 (bio). o Lindau Talk 2008: Which Way for Physics? Suppose the discovery is also validated by recent work (and a $12bn fortune) by George Soros (reflexivity theory in markets). : Suppose the discovery is also validated by recent work (and a $12bn fortune) by George Soros (reflexivity theory in markets). George Soros Theory of Reflexivity: Talk at MIT; A Recent Article in USA Today London School of Economics PodCast (Open Society Institute and Templeton Fund Fellowship Grant Applications July 2008 Pending) 1. Early-adapter internet subscription discovery content $100 1M @ $100 = $100M : 1. Early-adapter internet subscription discovery content $100 1M @ $100 = $100M How to create cash flow? 2. Early-adapter specialized training for multi-millionaires $100,000 1000 @ $100,000= $100M : 2. Early-adapter specialized training for multi-millionaires $100,000 1000 @ $100,000= $100M 3. One-on-one training select participants $1,000,000 100 @ $1M = $100M : 3. One-on-one training select participants $1,000,000 100 @ $1M = $100M 4. Scientific paper + video for physicists and researchers $100. 1M @ $100 = $100M : 4. Scientific paper + video for physicists and researchers $100. 1M @ $100 = $100M 5. College video competition formass market1ooM @ $1 = $100M : 5. College video competition formass market1ooM @ $1 = $100M Now the conversation is created… : Now the conversation is created… Roughly 100M people producing $500m gross revenue… Surely we jest… : Surely we jest… OK… maybe it’s 10m people for $50m at first… or 100,000 people for $500,000 But, who knows, maybe not….. Over time, the market is very large and the applications are unlimited. From the conversation… : From the conversation… …many more important conversations…peace, prosperity, technological advancements…and a general recognition of the need to know more… A training organization: Productive Thinking Institute and Productive Thinking Centers to publish material, train 1bn people, and promote/support continued dialogue… : A training organization: Productive Thinking Institute and Productive Thinking Centers to publish material, train 1bn people, and promote/support continued dialogue… An interactive media and relationship portal: Productive (or Intuitive or Circular) Connections based on predictive compatibility in circles… : An interactive media and relationship portal: Productive (or Intuitive or Circular) Connections based on predictive compatibility in circles… Objections? : Objections? Too big…Unclear… Unwieldy… Out-of-control…Unproven… Controversial… First Rebuttal : First Rebuttal Too big = Very big upside Unclear = Competitive advantage Unwieldy = Competitor barrier Out-of-control = Competitor barrier Unproven = Competitive advantage Controversial = Attracts more interest Second Rebuttal : Second Rebuttal Too big …Unclear …Unwieldy… Out-of-control… Unproven…Controversial… All of these are circular set-ups for opportunity (any negative a positive and vice versa via circularity)…they generate interest, desire, need Maximizing ordered chaos is next technological era. Third Rebuttal : Third Rebuttal Unproven … line is always the diameter of a circle; proven way before Euclid; oversight on which we can leverage… time must produce a stronger and stronger need for the discovery as it builds on itself (the discovery is intelligent)…critical mass will build exponentially and the owner of the (introduction of the) idea will hold an extreme advantage... we are talking literally, not figuratively, about the most important discovery, idea, principal, oversight of all time…don’t let this one get away… By the way…what’s the discovery? : By the way…what’s the discovery? The circle is the basis for reality. So what? : So what? Movement is the unifier… everything’s moving…relative repetitive opposite (circular) movement (oscillation) untangles reality… Impact? (Markets/Need) : Impact? (Markets/Need) Economics Security Education Organization Creativity (training for everyone) Why now? : Why now? Clarity URGENTLY needed: globalization chaos, economic crises, uneven technology adaptation, rich-poor disparity, philosophical-cultural-immigration differences, time-space chimera, too much, too little, not enough, increased competition, tribal warfare, misallocation of resources, imminent war or nuclear crisis, confusion, frustration, exhaustion Why you? : Why you? Strong, experienced, intelligent, committed, visionary leadership. Unafraid of the unknown. Why me? : Why me? Ilexa Yardley – made the discovery; articulated it in four books and www.Circular-Theory.com web-site; see also www.IlexaYardley.com … Worked on the material from 1974 to present; invested savings ($1m), retirement and ten years development time…knows it best…ready to train trainers so the idea is not lost… Garnered attention and collaboration of Nobel Laureate physicist. What next? : What next? Incubate for three months in your offices with your team to determine best offering, maximize the asset (first look, ground floor). What’s clear? : What’s clear? Extremely Large Market Very Important Discovery Very Basic Idea Unlimited Applications A Nobel Laureate Supporter Opportunity to Effect Massive Global Change Negatives? : Negatives? Could Be Dangerous Could Create Anger, Argument, Conflict, War Demand Could Outstrip Supply Could Unsettle Established, Entrenched Ideas, Institutions, Habits, Comfort Zones, Familiarity, Assumptions Upside? : Upside? Most Basic Science Next Generation of Technological Advancements Next Generation Energy Source (Photosynthesis – Sun Already Producing Massive Oscillations in Plants) Next Generation Medical Enhancements Possibilities? : Possibilities? Create the conversation… Monetize the conversation… Record the conversation… REPEAT Probabilities? : Probabilities? Every conversation another conversation (debate, argument)… 50-50 get it, interested in it, believe in it, use it… STAGE IT THEN GAME IT OK : OK Your move… : Your move…

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