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Interests: RBE [Translate]
Teams: IMAR  
Intends being one of the 10,000 settlers:


[edit] RBE10K Projects' Participation Details

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Useful information for participation

Visit the Project Needs page to understand what is required and how to participate. See the RBE10K Project's main page for general information about the project.

Participation in RBE10K Project happens mostly through Teams: check them out to see if there's anyone you'd like to join. If you would like to join a team, identify the team organiser, click on his user, and send him a request by email from the E-mail this user option in toolbox menu at the left of the screen.

There are still many Teams Needed: check them out to see if there are any teams you'd like to kick-start.

If you would like to contribute but don't know how to, why not check the List of Team Requests?

If you're looking for help on a particular subject, you may want to check the List of Team Offers.

[edit] Developing RBE Communities and Settlements

Developing RBE Communities and Settlements analyses how similar communities were built in the past how they basically worked and how or why they vanished or shrinked to a meaningless level. This articles suggest further how basic RBE settlements could look like and work in detail. The basic principles as the underlying structure which allow the functional work of the communities might be here proposed too.

[edit] 1) Analysis of former communites:

[edit] 1.1) Structural build up

[edit] 1.2) Dynamic processes


Decision making

Methods for solution of conflicts

[edit] 1.3) Decay processes and rootcauses

[edit] 2) Possible build up of a RBE community settlement

[edit] 2.1) Core values and methods

Possible basic values:

  • Lack of money and price systems
  • Minimum of management
  • Lack of pyramidal structures in functional organization
  • Cooperation instead of competition
  • Knowledge exchange and teaching instead of trade
  • Space base similarities

Basic principles:

  • Networked learning and updating structures (Systemstheory)
  • Updating feedbak loop principles (Engineering and Gametheory)

[edit] 2.2) Structural buildup

A small example of a settlement of minimal configuration:

abstraction minimal settlement

Example 1

[edit] 2.3) Dynamic Proceses

2.3.a) Processflows 2.3.b) Decision making 2.3.c) Methods for solution of conflicts 2.3.d) Flexible Balancing 2.3.e) Relationships with the outer world

(RBEM), or Resource-Based Economy (RBE), is a social engineering system that cannot be understood by analysing the words "Resource", "-Based" or "Economy" alone or in combination between them. RBEM is a label applicable to a group of beliefs, preferences, values and principles, and which has been documented in books, blogs, films and interviews by different people and in different ways. It has been deemed to be an entirely novel concept, and therefore not being able to be defined by any pre-existing ideologies or -isms.

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