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The Defective Day

The Defective Day

Below is a short narrative I wrote for my high school English course shortly before I graduated. I'm hoping to expand on it and impact a large number of people in my community in the form of a story that is easy to understand.

The magnetic lift slowed to a stop atop the slanted glass building. I looked out the window, and watched the entrance gate lock into place with the train. The grey wall unlocked, using the loose magnetic charge from the train to force the wall open.

Technological Advancements Create Revolutions

Technological Advancements Create Revolutions

Occupying World Psychosis
In my refresher studies regarding the roots of property rights, I've rediscovered the origin of religion, which is "the worship of the dead." All cultures have developed special rituals and celebratory events over time that surround life (birth), (birthdays), marriage or mergers and death (death). It makes sense only because most of us create close connections with people, places or things and experience a sense of loss when that relationship looks to be diminishing or is about to die.

Essay: A People's History of a Resource-Based Economic Model

“Arawak men and women, naked, tawny, and full of wonder, emerged from their villages onto the island’s beaches and swam out to get a closer look at the strange big boat. When Columbus and his sailors came ashore, carrying swords, speaking oddly, the Arawaks ran to greet them, brought them food, water, gifts.”

Man will never...

People criticize what they don't understand, and a fact about how they do not recognize such a concept is a reason behind the criticisms of The Zeitgeist Movement and the entire concept of a resource-based economy. It's like trying to describe a color to someone who hasn't seen it. Hunter-gatherer societies never experiences a faucet, people didn't know that flight was even possible, nor did they think we could land on the moon.

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