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Open Source Blueprints for Civilization



Marcin Jakubowski


Posted: Apr 20, 2011

Marcin Jakubowski, a Polish-American farmer and founder of Open Source Ecology, believes that the only way humanity can transcend its continuing decay of equitable wealth distribution is by endorsing “open source” economic development.


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May be you could team up with the Twelve Tribes. http://www.twelvetribes.com/. In fact, they have two communities in Missouri. They live communally like the early Christian Church. Acts 2:44,45; 4:32-35. They have community run farms, cafes, construction companies, etc. They hope to create a new, caring civilization based on sound biblical principles. I'm sure you could teach them a lot and much good would be accomplished.



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