Humanity’s Platform:

HP stands for Humanity’s Platform. Phase I is only a partial buildout of HP.

Humanity’s platform must be free from outside influence. No advertising nor affiliations with the banking system, advertising agencies, corporations, governments, religions, institutions, or other interests should be allowed. No influence means that humanity is able to make decisions that are measured against providing a sustainable future for the children of the world, not measured against other influences.

HP should also be equal to all members.

Each person in the world, whether a member or not, would have equal ownership of HIP.

Phase I would be equipped with everything needed to build out the contingency plans as stated in the description of Phase I.

Phase II would be the complete buildout of the HIP.

HP would be equipped with humanities best technologies with respect to everything that’s needed for the CHI to fulfill its mission.

HP would be the place where everyone who joins can submit their own ideas into the database. Phase I, however, would only need ideas that pertained to contingency planning.

The CHI:

CHI stands for Collective Human Intelligence. The CHI is made from anyone in humanity who wants to become a member and help fulfill the mission. The CHI works on HP via the internet using the technologies provided on HP. Each CHI member is equal with one vote and equal access to all materials.

The Name of this overall plan:

The Plan of AWWM (A World Without Money).

Mission of the CHI:

The mission of the CHI is to provide a sustainable future for the children of the world.

The Goal:

The goal of Phase I would be to have all the contingency plans made and ready to implement before the collapse of civilization.

The Hope:

The hope of Phase I would be that instead of the collapse of civilization humanity could have a time of transition while backup systems remain in place.

Membership to the CHI:

Membership is predicated on two conditions. The first condition is to agree that the mission of the CHI is to provide a sustainable future for the children of the world. The second condition is to answer a questionnaire that may take several hours to complete.

The Design:

Phase I is only the contingency plans.

Phase II is when the CHI designs the sustainable future. This design would include the restoration of nature.

Plan Set:

The Plan Set is where all the completed designs are placed in an organized retrievable manner. It would probably be the only part of the platform that non-members could view.

Standard Details and Lists:

Details would be standardized as much as possible, as well as lists and anything that could be selected in volume and then augmented to meet individual community needs.

Contingency Plans:

See Phase I Description.


Questionnaires are used to determine profiles. The entry questionnaire would establish the member’s unique profile and unique signature that could possibly be used throughout the platform. Not everything can be voted on. The questionnaires let the modeling programs know what people want and need so that the modeling can more accurately portray them. Everything is approved before placement into the plan set and examination is allowed by all CHI members.

Questionnaires would give people something to do when not on topic teams. Questions would have to be formed so the answers can be numerically evaluated. Open-ended questions would not work.

Questionnaires are extrapolated by computers to give the world, community, or genre a profile that the design can be compared to.


Profiles are made for each person in the world. Those who are not members of the CHI have blank named profiles that are filled in by extrapolation of existing CHI members questionnaires. This allows the models to have profiles for individuals, communities, continents, the world, or any combination thereof.

Professional staff

The platform would likely require a number paid professional staff to run the platform and to provide assistance to topic teams. This expense would calculate into the membership fees as well as other miscellaneous expenses.

CHI Membership fees:

I’m not sure.


Students watch over the entire operation to ensure integrity. The idea is that it’s their future that’s being designed; which would make them the most concerned for the system’s integrity.

Young people today are technologically savvier than most adults. Even elementary grade school kids are now learning how to write apps for their cell phones.

To be continued:

Technologies on the CHIP:


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