My vocation was in Human Powered Vehicle design. I won the Practical Vehicle prize with a radical chassis that integrated the springs and suspension with the composite frame. I had many eager customers, but wound up learning hard lessons about business and management, which I hope to write up. Now that I'm officially retired, I might be able to afford another prototype. In my "spare" time, I do big, family-friendly displays for many demonstrations. My big Earth Ball, orbited by "paper dolls" has been a popular visual feature for decades, and I've got a Big Dove that is easy to store, haul, and set up, and experience with backpack puppets.
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One Rule to Ring Them All Ever since agriculture first produced enough grain to bank against a bad year, we have been ruled by the few who also control the wealth. Now, with fossil fuels, technology, and an unprecedented population, we need to get it all back under control to avoid even more cataclysmic disasters.
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Another Midsummer Night's Dream Imagining a world not run for the convenience of billionaires, where technology is benign and unprecedented calamity has been averted.
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Our Dual Moral Codes are the Real Base of Most Disputes Hard-wired into our pre-verbal thinking is a separate moral code that gives license for short-range lies to promote domestic harmony. This worked fine in tribal society, but now, we are being tricked into allowing long-range lies to escape justice.