Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Fwd: Good luck!


DEFINITION OF BIO-CYBERNETICS for the e-book:

Followed by…

‘A hitchhiker’s Guide to Bio-Cybernetics’ is an Autobiography focusing on how I (insert own name) have been able to travel around the world using the internet and social media to pay my way. It will then bring to attention the potential benefits of using my Bio-Cybernetic methods within Charities, Fundraising organizations and Religious or Spiritual groups.

received as an input from Rick T.

Thanks Rick!

:)



Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Your life is online

And can be used against you!
Get prepared at LFT www.lftaustralia.com

Everyone should watch this (kids too) and then think about it.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/F7pYHN9iC9I?rel=0

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Excusatio non petita, confesione manifesta

The DIJIN from Colombia and local police in Brisbane is linked on a
cold case research.

Epistemological reviews of law and cases will develop areas of
cooperation in lateral industries, education and cooperation between
our communities.

more info at LFT soon

Monday, January 12, 2015

How to set up a "shared economy" system with LFT

Is requires 5 stages:
1- buyer/s
2- sharing process
3- rights and responsibilities
4- exit strategies
5- Evolution/s

Example: the ownership of a Toyota Camry station wagon 2001
Costs: $4,500

Alternatives to the acquisition:
A) Public transport ($14 /day, food $10, extras 45) = $145 /w ; $6960 /year
B) Shared ownership: 3 people with $1,500 each
C) Acquired from traditional car yards: $5,000 plus 12% per year = $7,200 approx

Shared ownership:
- the buyer can buy but has no space
- the sharing members cannot afford the $4,500
- a negotiation of rights and responsibilities is conducted using the
SEDP (sustainable economic development program) from LFT
- members only pay $150 each to get that ready (installments and
BRISLETS friendly).


note: LFT users are members of systems like http://brislets.com/

Sheila Newman's book

Demography, Territory & Law: Rules of animal and human populations
(Demography, Territory and Law Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

http://www.amazon.com/Demography-Territory-Law-animal-populations-ebook/dp/B00ALE8YSA/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1391393799&sr=1-1&keywords=demography+territory+law

"This book takes us to a completely new paradigm in multiple species
population science. It shows how little we understand, and how much we
need to know, of the sexual reactions when closed colonies with an
orderly reproduction system are destroyed, be it people or animals."
(Hans Brunner, Biologist and Forensic Animal Hair expert)
A new theory of the biological basis of land-use planning, political
systems and demography by an evolutionary sociologist. It exercises
the kind of "consilience" that E.O.Wilson hoped could save
biodiversity.
The author identifies a poly-species norm and a genetic algorithm
using well-established biological and anthropological studies, then
relates these to the human land-tenure systems which underpin our
political systems. The book convincingly shows how one land tenure and
inheritance system promotes steady state societies and the other
promotes uncontrollable growth and overshoot of resources. This theme
is developed more in the subsequent volumes of this series, which
compare the Germanic (English) and the Roman (Napoleonic) systems in
European history.
The book begins by describing the social costs of infrastructure
expansion and population growth in economic growth systems in some
modern societies. After reviewing population theories, Newman
introduces a new theory of an additional function of genetic diversity
in two chapters that look at impacts on fertility opportunities of the
Westermarck Effect and incest avoidance in non-human species. A final
chapter compares these with affinal restrictions and non-sale of land
in Pacific Islander and other traditional social systems. We learn
that modern societies ignore these traditions at their peril and that
Anglophone systems with rapidly growing populations a seeming norm are
quite different from those of continental Europe, where population
growth is slowing. We come to understand that our destinies and
societies are still very dependent on who we are, whom we marry, how
far away we live from our parents and whether we inherit, buy or rent,
plus the transport we use.
Most economic demographic theory begins with the industrial revolution
as its norm, ignoring the exceptionality and relative transience of
this period and treating other species and the natural environment as
'externals'. Although informed by 'collapse' theory (Tainter) Newman
is interested in what keeps some societies going for thousands of
years. She finds that stable populations are not limited to hunter
gatherer communities. Newman's completely new take on the 'riddle' of
Easter Island which will surprise everyone.
Demograhy Territory & Law: Rules of Animal & Human Populations is the
first of four by environment and energy sociologist, Sheila Newman, in
a series identifying and comparing the biological origins and outcomes
of two major world demographic economic and political systems. The
rest of the series develops this theme and theory in the following
titles, of which the second will be available very soon and the third
in 2013 and the fourth by 2014:
Demograhy Territory & Law 2: Land Tenure and the Origins of Capitalism
in Britain
Demograhy Territory & Law 3: Land Tenure and the Origins of Modern
Democracy in France
Demograhy Territory & Law 4: After Napoleon: Incorporation of Land and People

The core biological theory of this series was first published as The
Urge to Disperse., Candobetter Press, 2011. This new book provides
human societal examples to which the Urge only referred in passing.
Sheila Newman is also known as editor and author of energy resources
analyses including, The Final Energy Crisis, 2nd Ed. Pluto Books,
2008. Her website is at http://candobetter.net/SheilaNewman

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Ubuntu 14.10 installation failure

There is a bug report for that:

https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...r/+bug/1325801

And it's mentioned in the Release Notes:

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UtopicUnicor...d_post-install

Boot, installation and post-install

The amd64 (Intel x86 64bit) images specifically targeted at Apple
hardware (amd64+mac) are no longer produced. Most Apple computers are
now capable of booting the amd64 image directly using the EFI (not
legacy) boot method so long as their firmware is up to date. If for
some reason your hardware doesn't boot properly using the amd64 image,
make sure you don't have a pending EFI update and if that still
doesn't work, then patch the 64-bit ISO using the software in bug
#1298894 (tested working on Macbook 2,1). Alternatively, simply use
the i386 (32bit) image instead.

Due to changes in syslinux, it is not currently possible to use
usb-creator from 14.04 and earlier releases to write USB images for
14.10; we believe that it is also not possible to use usb-creator from
a 14.10 system to write USB images for earlier releases. For now the
workaround is to use a matching release of Ubuntu to write the images,
but we intend to issue updates soon to work around this
incompatibility. 1325801

Machines with ATI/AMD video cards may be getting blank or entirely
turned off screen at boot. The screen will switch on when the X server
starts. If you need it to turn on prior to that, for example to unlock
an encrypted harddisk hitting ESC twice should reset the video card to
a working state.

An update to shim in 14.10 introduces a bug where, when booting on a
UEFI system with SecureBoot disabled, the boot is delayed for two
seconds and a message "Booting in insecure mode" is displayed on the
screen. This message does not indicate a security problem with Ubuntu
and does not interfere with the operation of the system except for
introducing this boot delay. As a workaround to avoid this boot delay,
users can enable SecureBoot if enabled on their hardware, or if they
do not intend to use SecureBoot at all they can uninstall the
shim-signed package and then rerun the grub-install command. 1384973

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Business Case

A business case is created before a project is ever initiated. It
provides the information necessary to determine whether a project is
worth the required investment. It does so by presenting the business
need and a cost-benefit analysis.

source to download:
http://www.mypmllc.com/project-management-resources/free-project-management-templates/business-case-template/