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2/15/2004 11:32 AM



Macromedia Presentation on Core Systems


We have only the PC version of Klausner’s Introduction to CoreTalk


More information about CoreTalk can be acquired under NDA







We are developing a safe environment politically for professional discussion between the knowledge scientists.




The first Knowledge Science Patrons are developing language that helps individuals see quickly the difference between


1)       the current information technology and mass media


2)       the possibilities that exists based on natural-science based knowledge technology where human in the loop control over meaning is managed by natural science (rather than a confused computer science):




What has confused “us” about computer science is addressed in a scholarly literature.  This literature is the substance of the proposed K-12 curriculum on the knowledge sciences:




We have Investment Templates that are focused on PROVING that a return on moderate Knowledge Technology investment in knowledge technology is not high risk anymore.




We also have explained why the current investment community is ignoring the knowledge technologies.  


We support the development of a healthy community initiative that depends on what we are calling "ecological capitalism".  This healthy communities initiative is coupled with National needs to develop a bioterrorism defense system:





In this new investment environment, money is to be made by tapping into the hidden value of ecological chains - for example in the production of pharmaceuticals using agricultural resources (pharmaceutical farming).  But the investment in pharmaceutical farming is now inhibited by cultural practices created, partially, by the community of venture capitalists.  


Our work on Bio-agricultural control systems is a new area of application for our underlying "semiotic" control technologies.




There is a difference between DC-IT and AC-IT:




It is noted here that a group of former intelligence analysts and a group of primary scientists are advising us:




The historical facts are being placed in a positive framework that blames the problem in economic reinforcement of incorrect paradigm of DC-IT - as expressed in science fictions like artificial intelligence and cognitive engineering (scary stuff which is NOT ground able in a natural science as pointed out by Sir Roger Penrose's popular book "Shadows of the Mind" (1993?).  Artificial intelligence and cognitive engineering are not only true mythologies but also they a both very scary, and creates the types of cultural barriers to our society that must be overcome through educational processes. 


We realize that ALL knowledge scientists are impoverish by the economic control exhorted by a form of imperial capitalism (as discussed in "The soul of capitalism, opening paths to a moral economy", by William Greider (2003). 


One evolutionary path, according to Greider, is to establish a Third Phase of Capitalism, which we are calling Ecological Capitalism, following the scholarship by J. J. Gibson, Michael Turvey, Robert Shaw, Peter Kugler and others in ecological psychology and ecological physics. 


The potential appreciative field that is being developed using the AIC process development methodology




It is my judgment that your work on Core System could displace a parasitic software industry that is based, much like Edison's DC electrical power grids. 


I have discussed some aspects of the problem you may have a role in mediating as shifting from a one information-source feeding everyone (like the current news media on television).  My work and the work of my colleagues have been focused on the natural action-perception cycles that are in fact known by natural science to be necessary for natural intelligence.  The resulting work is understood to be a “Knowledge Operating System” (KOS) that is peer to peer and many to many.  Funding is sought to build this KOS as a public infrastructure (single payer) system.




Your work on data regularity in context is based in part on scholarly work on a measurement and instrumentation of the regularity expressed by any natural system.