Updated: Jun 16
How will the world change? What will be the new normal?
Dear fellow human,
Oh … so, we can do it! We can live without purchasing our seventh pair of shorts at Walmart, or without always driving our petroleum based, poison emitting vehicles. So, you mean, we can clear up the skies in a matter of weeks? And … we can do office work at home and spend time with our children? Ok so, we can have humanity implement a focused approach to solve global problems.
So … what have we been doing? It is clear now. We have simply perfected the art of sweeping our problems under the rug; so perfectly that we believed those things under there would just disappear in time. They don’t. In fact, left long enough, they ruin the rug. The rug we stood on is worn out and we are now standing in our own garbage. It’s good. So much garbage we have forgotten about. A time to purge.
This letter of mine, is an invitation to evolve …. from a consuming human to a creating co-exister. The ripples of these words have started a paradigm shift for humanity, one that is in harmony. My visions are broken down into categories I see, that will see the shifts as laid out. What I lay out, I believe is inevitable. It is happenDing (already happened, just a matter of the timeline to reveal it to us).
1. A change in perspective:
26,383 people die of cancer each day. 49,000 die of heart disease every day. Suicide is the cause of death for around 2,000 people per day. Homicide takes 1,300 lives each day. 3,000 children die every day of malaria. Just children. There are other causes of human loss of unfathomable numbers, numbers which are not presented to us with balanced emphasis. Play this interactive chart below to see how deaths have increased since 1990.
The world has flipped upside down for a pandemic that kills at a slower rate, and spreads at rates lower than other more contagious viruses. Please know that I lost someone dear to me to this virus, so I am not removed from the reality of the cruel way in which this virus spreads and destroys. Experts have called this “the worst epidemic in at least 100 years”. 17.8 million people die each year from heart disease (poor health, diet, smoking, stress) in a world where Covid-19 is labelled the worst epidemic. I do not believe in conspiracy theories. These figures are not theories, they are known facts. Despite this observation, the world’s economy has shut down. Life, as we had known it, is over and we didn’t have a chance to say goodbye to it. There is grief and mourning because of this, and most of all confusion. Confusion because we have not quite yet figured out why this is happening “to us”. What caused it? Where did who go wrong? We are seeking answers. Answers to questions we never had before. Questions with answers that are coming from unreliable sources who claim to be reliable, throwing out the window, the very idea of something being reliable. This can be scary. If the ground we stand on suddenly starts shaking, it can be scary. We are looking for answers in all the scariest of places except for the safest one, within ourselves. What we are not realizing, is that no matter who we end up blaming, that person is a human and that if we must blame, we need to look at all of humanity as the culprit and not a select group of humans.
This is not happening “to us”. This is happening “for us” and the moment we start seeing this, we will feel the peace and calm we need to remain healthy in mind and body. From my experience, the only way to feel this peace is to go within and create our own personal idea of how we want to live our lives and how we want life on Earth to look like. It is paramount. It is paramount that we first understand what is within ourselves, what our boundaries are, what our strengths and weaknesses are, what our idea of what life means; and form a vision of the world from a place of self understanding and self love. What we tend to do instead however, is project an ideal vision of the world from a place of fear and confused understanding of reality (because we allow others to tell us what reality is).
This now, is such a beautiful opportunity for human-kind to look at ourselves in the mirror and see what we are capable of doing together. Humanity is coming together in a way that has never happened before. This is the first time in our existence that all of us are united in the same struggle and fight. That has never happened. However, this is certainly Not the first time humanity has had a mutual enemy. What about global warming? What about cancer and all of the things I listed above? What about racism? For decades, we have had these mutual enemies but humanity has not joined forces to eradicate these things. Imagine if the world came together this way to eradicate suicide as an example. Just imagine what we can do to improve so many other aspects of life.
2. Understanding our place on Earth as students of Nature:
“The difference in mind between man and the higher animals, great as it is, certainly is one of degree and not of kind. If we choose to let conjecture run wild, then animals, our fellow brethren in pain, diseases, death, suffering and famine – our slaves in the most laborious works, our companions in our amusements – they may partake our origin in one common ancestor – we may be all netted together.” — Charles Darwin
Intelligence & hierarchies are un-natural man-made concepts injected in our natural world. However, operating in a social system requires the need to make comparisons, whose actual purpose is to bring to awareness a dichotomy with the intention to solve imbalance, not to create further gaps (which is what we do). One of the most expensive mistakes humans have made is deeming ourselves more intelligent than other living beings on the planet. Our definition and means to measure intelligence has been grossly biased towards human senses and the physical form of human beings. An example: we consider dogs less intelligent than human beings because they are not able to behave in a specific way in front of mirrors in the way we do. They do not recognize themselves apparently, so they must not be as "intelligent" ... again, because they cannot do something we can. But what about things we cannot do that other animals can? We know that salmon are able to use the Earth's magnetic field to return to the same spot years later, without an iPhone or satellites offering GPS. However, because we cannot do that ourselves, we do not consider salmon to be more intelligent than us in any way. In other words, this is not an ability that is compared to us. We don't say "our brains are less able because we need satellites, and mobile devices to do what Salmon are able to do with their brains the moment they are born." What we say instead is "Do you want to grill or poach the salmon for dinner today? I'm the best chef ever."
Look at the food chain (see below). We have put ourselves on the top and plants on the very bottom. Why? I’ve thought about this a lot. The reason is blaring us in the face. It is because we can kill everything “below” us on the chain. It is not because we have found the most harmonious method of cultivating nutrients with little to no violence. No. If we did that, plants would be on the top. Instead, it is the being that can ruthlessly, systematically kill other beings via mass executions, that belongs on the “top”. We do not measure overall happiness of the being. No. If we did that, perhaps a dog would be right up on the top. They are always in the present moment, have humans working day and night to feed them. The same humans that spend countless dollars to go on yoga retreats and join yoga studios to learn how to “be in the present.” and yet fail to, despite having an opportunity to do so every passing moment. No. We can kill whales so we must be on top.
And because we are on top and not equals, it is okay for us to justify killing because we claim they have lower intelligence, they cannot feel the pain or suffering in the way we do. We use hierarchies to justify injustices all the time.
This has now ended. Now we will remember to learn from other living beings. We will further excel in biomimicry. Biomimicry is the design and production & innovation of materials, structures, and systems when modelled on biological entities and processes in nature. Here are a few examples.
The silent owl: "Serrated feather shapes allow owls to fly without creating turbulence or noise. Mechanical engineers have emulated these shapes to design fans and turbines that are nearly silent." - read article here.
The efficient termite: Do we need to heat or cool our homes without relying on fossil fuels or expensive solar panels? Can buildings be designed to need less energy to heat and cool to being with? We asked nature. We listened to her and she shared termites with us. Check this out. The Eastgate Centre in Zimbabwe, was designed by architect Mick Pearce, and has a 90% natural climate control system which uses 35% less energy than most other buildings in Zimbabwe. We just watched how termites did it.
We stop killing our teachers. We co-exist. We understand our place on this planet.
3. Economy - Consumption & Localized Production:
Disclaimer: I’m using Canada, Norway, Malaysia and Bangladesh merely as examples to express the point. Please do not take any offence.
Global economy will experience the biggest positive change we have ever seen. Our existing system was never sustainable. People in Canada should not be dependent on products made in the direct opposite corner of the world. So far, the reason for people in first world countries like ours, being so dependent on the third world to make the products we use daily, is this: We in the first world, do not accept working at hourly wages that match those in third world countries. A citizen of Canada (as an example) would not accept working for the same $1 an hour that a citizen of Bangladesh makes (yes, this is a true figure and yes, most of the $ we spend on that t-shirt does not go to the worker); but this Canadian “needs” the t-shirt that this Bangladeshi made for them. The need is greater than the health of this other being. Or is it? Does the average westerner truly not care for the Bangladeshi working? Or is it that the average westerner is presented with photos of a 6’ tall blonde bombshell wearing that t-shirt, more so than a photo of the worker stitching the t-shirt with cracked hands? Who is directing the narrative we believe? Profit and loss spreadsheets or wisdom? Here is what will change.
Canadians will start making their own t-shirts. Canadian factory workers will get paid our standard minimum wages or higher. The manufacturing company would pay for part of this hourly wage and the Canadian government (Federal and Provincial combined) would pay for (subsidize) the remaining $s per hour. T-shirts would cost $19.99 each vs. $9.99 each yes, but these would be made in Canada and not shipped from overseas. Less carbon will burn. Less pollution will occur. Canadians will buy ten t-shirts vs. twenty t-shirts. We will repair our slightly torn shoes and generate employment for cobblers. The world will learn to live with less shoes. How would the Canadian government raise $ to pay for the balance in wages? Here is where the entire approach to what society values will change. Perhaps spending less $ on foreign trade, foreign aid; perhaps politicians would travel less for meetings (less $ on tickets, hotels, less polluting, more useful time allocation) and thrive on Zoom or Skype meetings. Clearly we are proving that this is possible. Perhaps instead of Canada purchasing fully completed circuit boards from Taiwan (as an example), we would instead purchase the raw materials needed (aluminum, bauxite, nickel, etc.) from regions that have these resources (provided Canada doesn’t) and make our own circuit boards here. There are a whole slew of ways to shave spending and raise funds for this proposed paradigm. We put robots on Mars.. We can do this. As a citizen of Canada, I’m willing to even pay slightly higher taxes to see this change come about. Either way, we would learn to appreciate our existing t-shirts more. Read … we would learn to appreciate more, period.
This can be true for almost all products (with some exceptions which I will get to) with the vision that each nation (or geographic region) will be self sustainable. Meaning, they will be able to produce almost everything that is required for a sustainable and healthy life, within that region. So yes, all iPhones, toasters, tuxedos, tires, staplers, etc. used in Brazil, would be made in Brazil or at least within South America. We Canadians would not need to depend on Malaysia to make staplers for us. We also would not need to depend on Italy for respirators, China for masks, etc. In future catastrophes like Covid-19, each region of the world will have strengths to supply these amenities for their own, or a neighbouring suffering region.
So … produce and consume local. Not news. Not rocket science. But let’s not just limit this to organic soaps and handicrafts sold on ETSY and farmers markets. People in my local community are not any less capable of manufacturing YKK zippers or answering customer service calls.
But, we will have to adjust our version of hierarchies in society. There is something wrong when a teacher is paid drastically less than a dentist. There is something wrong when a parent discourages their child to become a plumber vs. an astronaut. A plumber is not any less important than an astronaut just in the way a dandelion is not any less of a flower than a rose is. Each serves a purpose and each deserves equal respect. We will evolve into a people who will take pride in excelling in our dharmic passion/life work, and it is this devotion to their work, and in turn their inner peace, that will earn respect in society, not what car they drive. The phrase “factory worker” will garner the same respect as the phrase “actuarial scientist” because their job title will be completely irrelevant. Interestingly, no astronaut is able to help me right now, but “truckers” are one of the only reasons I still get food in my grocery stores. My electrical engineering degree is not helping me remain calm & happy right now, but my investment into yoga (health) is. People will understand that the most secure stock to invest in, is happiness, inner peace and in turn good health. People will understand that no investment appreciates at a higher rate than investing in generating more self love and compassion, but that is a whole other topic.
4. Economy - Food and other “Essentials”:
So I’ve said that regions will produce what they need within their own region. But what about food? What about food that cannot grow easily in the various climates that exist around the world? Well, let me pose this. Do Canadians really need caviar from Russia to thrive? Do we need saffron from the Himalayas to make our meals? Do Italians in Toronto really need countless Panettones to be flown from Italy every Christmas vs. making them here? We are evolving. We will learn and soon will only enjoy these delicacies when visiting that region of the world and instead will focus our energies more on perfecting cuisine using ingredients from our own region. Instead of buying frozen, packaged peas from Mexico, we will invest in figuring out how to get the same nutrients from evergreen ferns and trees locally. Having said that there are certain edible commodities like sugar, salt, bananas, etc. that the entire world uses but not all regions can produce. For those types of products, humanity will create an ever evolving list called “essential foods” or “essential products”. Again, these are items that human beings actually need to thrive but not every region can manufacture on their own.
Let’s look at bananas for example: Bananas are a great source of nutrition that every human could use, that doesn’t leave behind toxic packaging (peels biodegrade), but that not all regions can produce. So, in this scenario, all regions that do currently produce bananas would be responsible for producing, let's call it, a banana per human being, per day. That’s seven billion bananas per day. The world currently produces around 115 million tons of bananas per year. That’s about two billion bananas per day. So we could either innovate to produce more bananas, which will be much easier to do if all banana growing nations collaborate vs. compete. Or, we would make bananas and apples as “essential foods” and combine both current productions to feed the world these two fruits per day. If the entire global community got together and decided that anything that is on this “essential products” list will never be subject to any profit (nobody will be allowed to make profits on anything essential, kind of like nobody makes a profit on the oxygen we breathe), this would allow for logistical systems to be created that are predictable and not volatile. Things like shipping routes, timings, costing, salaries, etc. would be standardized and shared by the global community. So perhaps only 20 countries would be responsible for feeding bananas and apples to the entire world and a different set of 20 countries would be responsible for producing all the band-aids the world needs (presuming the global community has voted to add band-aids to this list of “essential products”). I already hear the anti-socialists calling me names. I’m not for socialism, I’m not against it. I’m actually not involved in that conversation because it is that very type of conversation that has lead us here. So if you are going there, please stop and give yourself some inner peace. I’m on your side and you’re not going to actually find anyone who is not on your side. Let that sit. Let’s really get that fact. Let’s stop taking people who are already on our side and view them from the other side of the road.
Anyway, what I have proposed above will ensure that each region of the world takes more pride in the local natural resources and is able to celebrate their own uniqueness while also being part of a global collective community. In this paradigm, there will surely be political hurdles to handle. My take there is, if we can split the atom & build islands in outer space, we can figure this out as well. I’ll give you an example. So what do The Maldives do? They cannot grow bananas or make band-aids. What can they offer to the world? Well, maybe the Maldives becomes one the world’s 20 Wellness Retreat hot spots, where, in exchange for bananas and band-aids, they host people and communities for wellness retreats on overwater bungalows. Maybe countries like Bhutan, Estonia, Fiji, Tahiti, etc. can be part of this collective. This new paradigm would require humanity to look at each region and people’s strengths and empower those truths, vs. resorting to subscribing to “the American way” or really any “other” way. There would then be committees of nations, most likely under the United Nations (kind of like G7, G20, etc.), that would each be dedicated to one group of “essential products” and have summits to continue to improve their offerings. And … while I bring up the idea of wellness retreats …. Maybe wellness should be on the “essentials” list.
To provide some examples of “essentials”:
Bananas & apples (clearly lol)
Prescription contact lenses
Feminine hygiene necessities
This paradigm would not eliminate capitalism. It would in fact, inject a new mechanism for innovation and undoubtedly a well fed species who is overall healthy, would produce even more innovators and entrepreneurs who would create new ventures to create jobs, and allow room for a healthy capitalist approach.
My point is actually simple. There are some basic needs every human being has the right to have in order to survive. Our planet and humanity currently produce more than enough of these items for all seven billion of us. However, since distribution (of these products) is not even, there is disparity and dis-ease which doesn’t need to exist. We don’t make a profit on oxygen, we shouldn’t make a profit on water either. There are a plethora of other things to make profits on, which can be taken care of once we have created a system that first takes care of all of us.
The summary of benefits:
Less waste, as only what is necessary will be produced
Each region will re-learn essential trades that have been forgotten (cobblers, repairs specialists, as an example)
People will become more humble and realize that being a doctor is not “above” being a plumber in any way
People will realize what it takes to make one t-shirt and will appreciate what they have more
5. Travel for growth vs. show:
One of the biggest changes that will happen is that we as a people, will not travel as much on motorized vehicles. Or rather, we will only travel when it adds to our lives. This will have massive effects on the transportation, travel, tourism & gas industries. We will spend less time in cars commuting to work and spend more time either at home, or the gym, or creating and contributing to our company, personal projects, self-care and growth. We have realized that we don’t need to have work meetings physically and that the technology we have created (the internet) can be utilized for an even more optimal way of life that is in harmony with nature vs. in contrast to it. We will fly less for work and more for life augmenting experiences. The airline industry will offer less seats on each plane with more leg room. Yes, ticket prices will go up which will only force us to think further before needing to fly to the other side of the world to enjoy a sunset, when the same sun sets in our own backyard. This will further develop our national parks and sight-seeing hot spots as we will start needing more local venues to visit for entertainment and exercise. These venues will require infrastructure which will lead to more jobs. These spaces will require more art and sculptures and concerts, which will lead to empowering more local artists.
The fear of viruses, the shifts in food production I alluded to earlier, etc., will lead to people growing as much food themselves as possible. Buildings will be designed with green-houses in mind, just like is being done in parts of South East Asia, where there are apartment buildings that are self sufficient in providing all the lettuce they need, as an example. Here is a photo of such a building in Singapore.
This habit of growing your own food will lead to us needing less volumes of food (as we will be eating foods with more nutrients than we do now. Read more about my theory on "Prana", life force and food here), and also require us to earn less money to feed ourselves. In Canada, this will lead to innovation in winter green-houses for homes and apartments, creating more jobs, manufacturing and opportunity in our country. This can be true for any country.
The world will eat less meat. While I am not blaming any one group of people or a single habit for Covid-19, here is a fact that nobody can dispute: If human beings did not eat meat, there would be no Covid-19, no Sars, no H7N1, no swine flu, etc. This event will lead to less wild animals being consumed as food and society will start to realize that there are parasites that live in animals that we are not meant to consume, which will eventually lead to less meat eaters, which will also lead to fewer green-house gases.
We will love the fact that dolphins have returned to Venice (as one example) and that the air above China has been clear and clean of pollution now for a few weeks. We will see the impact just a few weeks of humanity changing its ways has on our planet. We will use this memory to alter our habits and do things like cap the number of visitors to a region or a sight to a maximum to allow for birds and animals to also enjoy the space we are always supposed to have shared with them.
6. Incentives for Living Better
A healthier person costs less to society overall. A healthy person requires less support from the medical system. A healthy person sends a message to conglomerates like Coca Cola to stop making unhealthy consumables and forces them to create healthy alternatives. A healthy person treats their loved ones with more compassion and kindness. A healthy person is happier.
A healthy person will be encouraged to remain healthy by society and by our governments. Tax Credits or other financial benefits (think, free public transit, free parking, free entrance to parks, museums, etc.) for families who spend a certain pre-determined (and fluctuating) percentage of their income on healthy things & experiences. This would require an unbiased, science based and peer-reviewed panel to establish these parameters. Perhaps we will label things “blue” (as an example) to identify them as “healthy”. So for example, gym visits get you blue points. Buying reusable bags gets you blue points. Buying more than 2 reusable bags per month deducts blue points. Repairing home electronics gets you blue points, buying a new fridge deducts blue points. A trek in the Alberta Rockies gets you blue points. An all-inclusive-vacation deducts points. When doing our taxes at the end of the year, our blue points are tallied up and we are allotted a certain set of rewards the next year.
This sort of incentive program is not novel. Today the government here in Canada, offers tax breaks and credits when one buys solar panels. If we have an electric car, we are allowed to use the fast lane on the highways. My point is, incentivizing people to act a certain way that is better for everyone, including themselves, is something that we know can work, while still allowing the freedom to follow any lifestyle they choose.
Perhaps social media platforms could have an indicator for what someone’s current blue point status is. If we are going to play a popularity game that feeds into our vanity, why not twist it into something healthy. Vanity can be healthy if we evolve the meaning of wealthy ;)
7. Education & the burden that children are Not
Adults are stuck in corrupt narratives and thought patterns. Adults are not going to make the changes that will lead to global shifts. Children now, who will be adults in a decade or so, are our soldiers of peace and sustainable abundance for all of humanity. They are a clean slate and before we pollute them with our existing adult narratives, we will augment the way we educate children. However, changes will occur first.
We will eliminate the concept of class levels or grades. Today, when a grade 5 student “passes” in nine out of their ten subjects, and “fails” in one of them, they are not allowed to progress to the 6th grade. They are labelled as someone who has “failed”. This makes no sense. It makes no sense biologically, physiologically, and practically, that every human being must have equal prowess and understanding of every single subject, and at the same rate as everyone else their age. Just because Jolene is poor at grade 9 physics does not mean that she cannot progress to university level geology or history.
The primary, elementary, and secondary school education system will evolve. Two days of the week, students will learn from a curriculum of varying subjects in the standard "class room". The rest of the week, students will be involved in activities in varying subjects. During these activities, teachers will be required to take on the role of the observer and facilitator, vs. a top-down disciplinarian. Teachers will observe which student shows interest and prowess in which subject and identify this as a strength that the system will then focus on. The system will then encourage further investment there, instead of forcing them to excel in some other subject that does not resonate with them.
For example, over the span of a month, the school would have dedicated days to explore the beach one day, a construction site another day, followed by the zoo, followed by a commercial kitchen in a restaurant, followed by a dentist office, followed by a day at the fire-brigade station and so on and so forth. Let’s take the day at the beach as an example. Some students will just run into the ocean and enjoy their day, while some may start picking up plastic and asking questions about marine life. Teachers would observe the students and instead of penalizing those who are playing in the ocean, focus-in on the kids who are keen on learning.
The kids playing in the ocean will show interest in learning another day, with a different setting and subject matter; maybe students who showed interest in marine life (fast forward … marine biologist) would show no interest in the construction site. Whereas one of the kids "goofing off" in the ocean may find an affinity to how cement solidifies (fast forward, civil engineer, heavy equipment operator, etc.). This eliminates scrutiny where it is damaging to a child's sense of identity and confidence.
If a student does not improve in a certain subject, they will remain in that “grade/level” for that subject for a minimum mandatory amount of time, after which they will not be forced to continue with that subject. However, this same student will be exposed to a higher “grade/level” of teachings in a subject they do excel in. This will allow the system to empower each students’ strengths.
Parents will be required to attend a few classes a year where they will be presented with the reality that they are still students and have much to learn themselves. They will learn how powerful and huge a responsibility being a parent is. We, in the west, live in a society where children are treated as burdens from the get go. Our vernacular about children needs deep adjustment. Water-cooler banter usually involves dialogues about how annoying their kids are, and how they cannot wait till they turn 18 and there is more space and peace at home once they leave for college. While these may be sound-bites, like talking about the weather, these sentiments have adverse effects on children, who are not aware of such concepts. Parents are not aware of how closely their every reaction to stimuli, is emulated by their children. It matters little how often a teacher explains to a student why single use plastic is bad for the environment if that child comes home to a parent who buys water in plastic bottles. Parents will become allies of teachers. Parents will become students again and remain as such. What is currently happening with racism around the world is directly linked to how parents shape their children. I will be sharing a vision of parenting towards harmony soon. But anyway ...
The vision for education:
We want to create students who will be the best in the world in each of their desired fields no matter what that subject is. We will recognize their affinities at an early age and empower that strength vs. wasting energies and resources otherwise. This will generate respect in all subjects and vocations. We want our students to chase self-confidence, a strong sense of self-identity. Every student will grow up believing they can be the best in the world at something they love. We will encourage our students not to chase superficial markers of success. We will teach our students a holistic definition of "success". We will help create a healthy understanding of every student’s unique journey for their parents so that they may encourage them in the most aligned way.
8. Preserving the intelligence of plants, animals, and fungi
Plants. There is a method of colouring fabric in Central America that uses natural plants as dyes, without a single toxic chemical being used. If the desired colour is blue, the indigo plant is used. Here is where it gets wild. If a light blue is desired, they harvest the plant when there is a full moon, and if dark blue is desired, they harvest the plant when it's a new moon. Yup. The Moon is connected to the plants and there is an intelligence and communication happening. When the world remembers this, we will avoid using chemicals, we will avoid polluting our rivers, just to appear colourful in our attire. Penicillin, Advil, LSD, are just a few examples of medications derived from plants that have altered the course of humanity.
Mushrooms. Or rather fungi, are essentially responsible for the development of life on Earth. They are incredible chemists that are master decomposers that keep our forests alive. They are the reason why mammals became the dominant living species on our planet after the dinosaurs died off. Learn more here.
Animals. These beings are an integral part of all our ecosystems. Referring back to my commentary on biomimicry, animals can provide solutions to a limitless number of our problems.
And here are the dire facts. There are little over 7 million species of life on Earth only 1.2 million of which are recorded. Every single day, we lose around 200-300 species to extinction. Every single day! Imagine if only one of two of them, as an example, had the secret to curing cancer, or the blueprint for how to see through the skin without exposing humans to radiation (x-rays)? In fact, I can almost guarantee that we have lost thousands of such answers just this past week, let alone throughout time.
We now have a way to preserve the DNA of all species before they go extinct. We will do this. We will send the genetic blueprint of as many plants, animals and fungi to the Moon so that the intelligence is preserved. All of the DNA of all of the species on Earth could fit in a test-tube. Think about that, the way the universe created us, our engineering drawings (the very thing we need to recreate life) can fit in such a small space and can be transported so easily. Why? Perhaps because this information is meant to be preserved and backed up. Maybe that's how we even came to be here on Earth, from somewhere else. But that's besides the point. Our people will recognize the value and intelligence that is all around our natural world and we will start to back-up this intelligence a ways away from our planet, starting with the Moon. This way, if a forest fire ends up killing the very last Koala, at least we would have a way for us to bring them back. Do you know that we are attempting to bring back the woolly mammoth?!
We are already spending billions of dollars to take tons and tons of payload to space and the Moon. Since this is already happening, sending a small microchip with DNA to protect our planet's intelligence seems like a no-brainer. Preserving our planet's genetic blue-print is actually something I am personally going to see through manifesting. I am working with a friend of mine and have LifeShip.com to offer to the world as a way to safely, and most efficiently do this. The time has come for us to pay due respect to all creation and do our best to protect their stories.
Thank you for reading this. I am open to any of your feedback and in fact invite people to add to these ideas.
I Love You,