Newland 2084 by Lyno Newland
Printed Publication Date: May 29, 2016.
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Summary: Newland 2084 contains a collection of patent pending solutions to problems like poverty, money, time, etc. It contains trademarks and defines brand name families. It explains cooperatives formed according to the principles of one human, one vote. It explains how time investment hours are used as the measure of each human’s share of the profit. It explains how the needs of the poor, the young and the elderly are met, in a stable and safe economy.
Author: Lyno Newland
Patent Pending, What’s That About?
So let’s say you are sitting around the design table chatting about some patent claim in the book and realize that it is worthy of going into a final patent application. What do you do? Do you seek to buy the patent claim outright, for a fair market royalty rate? Do you license the idea and pay royalties? Newland Cooperative, located in Woodbury, Minnesota, USA is where discussions begin.
Let’s say some author writes a stage play that gets made into a movie and a million dollars needs to be distributed among the time investors in proportion to each one’s share of the total time investment. The Newland Distribution Engine handles that.
Newland 2084 is filled with drawing which form an integral part of each section’s information. One example drawing shown below pertains to the process whereby a human receives a state issued ID.
The book Newland 2084 explains this drawing in detail. It depicts a process by which every Newland member is identified by Newland. The resulting card is sufficient to assure ID verification, with bio-metric backup, like a fingerprint, iris scan, or DNA verification.
Think of the data that is generated inside Newland by the utilization of a ubiquitous state issued ID. The data is, of course, owned by each human individually. Every human owns a copy of every shred of data gathered about them. They get to choose how it gets aggregated and share in the income when it is sold to consumers of such data. The associated DNA information may be sold with the data. The DNA collected by Newland may be licensed. Newland members donate their DNA to science before or after their death.
Human Geographic Polygons of Earth
Newland 2084 is a work in the literary genre of Science Fiction Cyberpunk Utopia. This fact alone, explains some things about the author. Newland explains a stable future for the human species, in the year 2084, when various conditions are met assuring population stability and the fulfillment of all basic human needs. The first order of business, necessary to begin visualizing Newland in its full operational form, is to construct the GIS maps and to begin to layout the assets according to constraints listed below. The final designs, of course, require that the LivingVotes™ be taken and that the work begin.
- The Newland population of earth is stable at 6.912 billion humans grouped into 144,000 distinct geographic polygons, each containing 48,000 humans. These regional polygons provide regional governance, educational opportunities, and other 48,000 human cooperative polygon services and products as are voted for in the starting bylaws of each polygon.
- The 48,000 regional polygons are subdivided into four sustainable polygons of 12,000 humans each. Sustainable in these ways.
- Every polygon has an armory containing weapons, ammunition, vehicles, and such, to be used by the local militia.
- Every polygon requires two years public service from every citizen upon their graduation from college, trade school, or high school. Public service hours are tracked by the Newland Time system. Public service is a minimum of four thousand hours, which is two years. Part of the time is invested in guarding the armory, gasification plant, schools, neighborhoods, and so forth.
- Every polygon has sufficient biomass/coal gasification capacity to supply the di-methyl ether (DME) necessary to meet the needs of the 12,000 human sustainable polygons needs in terms fuel, polymers, plastics, and ash for cement.
- All 12,000 humans in each polygon are a member of the polygon’s cooperative. All members of any Newland Cooperative the rule is one human has one vote. Each vote is cast as YES or NO. Voters can change their mind on any matter at any time. Their votes no longer count when they die. The PASS/FAIL level can be set at sixty, seventy-five, or any desired level fifty percent or greater.
- Income of the cooperative is distributed in compensation for each hours of time invested. Once an hour is repaid it cannot be paid again. Hourly rates depend on age, experience, education, and so forth. All these factors are established using the voting means described above.
Next Step Is To Read “Newland 2084” by Lyno
Part of the way the world operates, in Newland 2084, requires reading the book. Thanks for reading this promotional material.