Amoral capitalism at work

Amoral capitalism at work

Oct. 11, 2016 by

When I first read this piece, I thought OMG, there are people operating in this process who have the power to destroy Copiosis before it starts. The system they’ve corrupted to fleece governments, communities, etc., seemed above the law. Ultra powerful. For a moment I was scared. But then I realized something.

No Trump, no Hillary, no Sanders

No Trump, no Hillary, no Sanders

Apr. 4, 2016 by

In the coming world we’re making a reality at Copiosis, there’s no need to have charismatic political leaders standing between what we as society want to have happen and what actually happens. Instead the Copiosis transition plan is creating a society where you and I are free to focus our energies on living enjoyable, healthy lives.

Why people with the power aren’t the problem

Why people with the power aren’t the problem

Aug. 18, 2015 by

When ideas for improving human society arise, “realists” say “The powerful people will never let this happen.”  If that is reality, a lot of what we see today, including the recent Supreme Court decision would not be part of our reality. In

Let’s really revolutionize education

Let’s really revolutionize education

Apr. 28, 2015 by

I understand the case for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. STEM education has powered many of America’s powerful corporations. Hard to counter that, but I’m going to try. Some would say STEM education is keeping America competitive.   The