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Video of the Day: Marcin Jakubowski – The Open Source Economy

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Kevin Flanagan
18th February 2013


An inspiring talk by Marcin Jakubowski from http://opensourceecology.org

“MARCIN JAKUBOWSKI – “Growing up in Poland, and having a grandparent in the concentration camps, I was aware even at an early age what happens when materials are scarce, and people ?ght over opportunity.”

“It’s what drove me to identify the 50 machines that are necessary to build a modern economy. 50 machines, from cement mixers to 3D printers to moving vehicles that will allow a working society to be created. My goal, and my daily life, is dedicated to open source these tools, so that anyone – from the remote villages in Third World countries to the rural farms of Missouri, can have access to these meaningful tools to create a better life for themselves. EVERYONE needs access to these tools – it’s why we’re creating them with an open source model, and with the most advanced digital and physical technology known to us today. Let’s be clear…this isn’t about mere survival, it’s about THRIVING. The intended outcome for these tools is for 12 people working for a mere 2 hours per day, are able to sustain themselves, and take advantage of a modern economy. The goal is to build cities from the ground up, allowing for normal thriving life, while living in harmony with each other, and in harmony with the very nature of the planet we inhabit. With these tools, and with this outcome, I hope to decrease the barriers to human potential – freeing up human capital to achieve their higher goals of awareness and actualization, with an ultimate bene?t of freedom for all humanity – for themselves, and for the continued growth of their spirit. And hopefully, the very planet itself.”

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