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GETTING READY FOR LABOR DAY

On Labor Day, The Coalescence and the Whole Earth Design Project plan to re-enter the fray for world opinion with a new and improved website, a more clearly defined message, a detailed strategy for positive social change, and a bombshell announcement to provide the spark to send this movement into orbit.

Until then, there is a lot to do and we could use your help. I realize that very few of us are looking around for something to do. So I can’t resist apologizing in advance for offering another distraction that you don’t need. If you don’t have time for this, it’s well understood.

Otherwise, my first request is that you take a test drive around this new and improved website to give it a good going-over to make sure all the buttons and links are working properly before we fling it open to the rest of the world. If, in the process, you saw that this is something you could agree with and support, if you decided to leave a comment about it, starting or joining a conversation about it, that would be great. You are my focus group and your opinion of the site, as well as its message, would be greatly appreciated and of much value. Questions, corrections, suggestions, opinions are all welcome. Thanks in advance.

The objective of the Whole Earth Design Project, which is the centerpiece of our strategy, is to design - in cyberspace - an ecologically and environmentally sustainable economic system capable of providing every individual on the planet with all of life's essentials as a template for the reorganization of the economic system in the real world.

Between now and Labor Day, we will be preparing for and organizing a five-day “Flash Survey” of the world’s economic experts to determine whether they believe we possess sufficient human and natural resources, along with the appropriate scientific knowledge and technological expertise, to meet the Project's objective.

To do so, our first assignment is to round up a couple of hundred volunteers who are willing to devote at least two hours a day for five days, during August 19-23, to participate in this historic survey. (You could be one of them.) During those days the volunteers will be contacting the individuals and organizations around the world who are the most experienced and knowledgeable about each of ten economic sectors we have identified as essential: Safe and clean air, water, food, clothing, and shelter, as well as access to communication, information, transportation, health care, and energy. While expert opinion and advice comes pouring in, we will be shaping it into a comprehensive document to support the announcement - with the fanfare of a thousand metaphorical trumpets - that, ‘Yes! There is enough for everyone. The design project's objective is feasible.' Thus providing a solid basis for launching the massive research and design effort that could lead us into

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that.

Nor are you yet one of our contributors. There will be expenses and the pace an strength of our efforts will depend on available funding. There is a button for that too.

I look forward to hearing from you after you have had a chance to look around: www.thecoalescence.net

Thanking you in advance from your support.

Walter Szykitka

The Coalescnce

102 E. 22nd Street, Apt. 11B, New York
United States

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