The Share


Produce renewable energy today like there’s no tomorrow,

Save the Earth from crossing that threshold into an atmosphere with X irreversible patterns.

Make it sustainable with new economic models.

Replacing fossils with Sun, Water & Wind. Today.

Accessible for everyone, free for everyone.

Shared wealth.

With a higher standard of living.


Drop-in Factories

Book your session on the internet, learn about the work from the virtual instruction. Workers on four shifts, working six hours instead of eight. Check in at the plant from time to time, take the free water bus or shared car, just park it, leave the keys and one of the new immigrants will do some grocery shopping, deliver and drive the car back. The drop-in factories, with a social responsibility program would provide free laptops with internet and education to all workers, for example, language courses for immigrants and higher education for the natives. An employment at a drop-in factory would solve acute situations, offering instant solutions and focus on the right thing, employment. Lower wages compensated by free electricity, fresh water, education and other stimulation packages such as holiday included in the vacation. A way for the immigrants to get recognition, a way into the society. Reducing poverty, and creating a foundation that lasts. Adding flexibility to a society that is torn by different powerful forces.

The more middle class we become, the more we afford and the more we want to do. Because we feel like it. Take the car, buy a TV, a house, name it, we simply love variation. Recycling and a transport fleet on renewables allows consumption. When cars run on water and electricity, when our use and throw behaviour becomes sustainable, with lowered costs of production, more could be produced to a market with more consumers. Fair trade. A mix of diverse local small scale production, combined with mass-production.

Mass-production along with local fair trade should be according to the way we are. With a sustainable foundation, water, wind and sun, powering distribution, production and homes, our consumers pattern doesn’t have to decrease. We’ll gradually be more consumers and producers, two billion poor turned into consumers is a gigantic market just waiting. When the energy production reaches levels that creates abundance of energy, when that won’t cost the consumers, when it becomes something included, because it’ll be very cheap, when enough wind turbines, solar panels and wave machines are put in place. This includes the production of computers, with production costs falling, more computers to the people, adding internet. This could be done in a collaboration between industries, if several companies join forces in order to enter a new market, it won’t necessarily take much for those producers to establish themselves, not when the foundation is sustainable, with proper infrastructure. And with the distribution of freshwater for the farmers, helping out with the soil, this could also include aviation, in need of crops for biofuel. Rotational crops, food and biofuel. Ecological fresh produce from the farmers for the city and with a developed distribution system, powered by renewable technology, no pollution. The problem besides poverty is political instability, bad infrastructure and lack of education. How can the rich world enter such markets? One answer is natural resources, instead of digging for fossils, bring the energy. Take Africa for example, there´s sun, wind and ocean. Install the machinery necessary for the production of energy. How about the question of colonization, won’t that be a problem if the rich white man comes into the developing nation with all his machinery? It must be done in collaboration with the locals.

We have the greatest challenge ahead of us for the rest of our lives, that is to save the world and create a foundation that lasts forever.


The Share

We don’t need to actually do much in order to make the change to water, wind & sun.
It’s already here.

The big difference is the perspective of infinity,

and going from The Few that owns it all, to a society with shared wealth.

Still with a similar structure, where the governments/big corporate own the grids and the large scale production farms, providing energy for the infrastructure in the Cities and Towns. The big ones will own the machines, in a structure that allows free electricity and freshwater for all. A STRUCTURE WHERE THEIR POWER ISN’T IN CONFLICT WITH OUR INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM. OUR HUMAN RIGHTS.

This will be done with a model where wealth is shared instead of draining and destroying with limited access being the result. A society with free energy, fresh water and internet is a foundation that allows industries to produce goods for a new middle class. With more people healthy, employed and part of a society with social responsibility programs, giving the poor a chance to gradually get an income and education, eventually becoming middle class. One UN millennium goal is to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, and it’s going forward, more than 1 billion people have been lifted out of extreme poverty since 1990. But still, at the global level more than 800 million people are still living in extreme poverty. The goal is to end poverty and hunger everywhere by 2030.


Why should I pay for the sun?

Why should I pay for the Ocean?

Why should I pay for the wind?


It’s not about limitations.

It’s about new ways of being,

of thinking.

In a symbiosis with nature, with ourselves, creating a biodynamic energetic vital culture, according to nature. Not a monoculture, according to The Few, claiming to be, nature.

We have it all in Our hands, today.

Without proper treatment of our soil, increased drought will lead to more floods. Ironically, the warmer climate with more rain won’t lead to more lovely gardens and amazing biodiversity. The hard dry deforested soil is not absorbing the water.

We all need the oxygen. Treating Oxygen as a product is one way for those nations with rainforest to stop deforestation, adding global taxes according to agreements based on solidarity, not greed.

The improved treatment of our forests will improve our soil.

2030 we’ll be an estimated billion more on this planet.

Instead of sucking, drying, dying.

It’ll be breathing, sharing, caring.

A biodynamic structure where Our individual needs are taken into consideration, not as devices for profit making, but as humans.

Humans living together.

In a world where access to electricity and fresh water is a right.

When the production is generating abundance of energy,

we’ll use what we got in new economic models.

That’s what I’m thinking can be done the next 15 years. Produce renewable like there’s no tomorrow while developing new economic models that will create foundations for centuries, something we’ll work on during the rest of our lives. Leaving a healthy prosperous planet.

Start working on a model assuming that the production of energy will be infinite and limitless.

It won’t be a consumers product, it will be a given right.

On top of that.

Travelling, adventures, hobbies, leisure time, etc.

The industries will generate any desirable income on that.

While having a lot of fun on the way.

Seeing not only the own company prosper, but also the global society, becoming healthier and happier, no longer poor, ready to compete with other parts of the world.

Imagine having invested in a society where energy and education is spreading instead of illness and poverty, offering employment while seeing the poor nation gradually becoming a market, a tourist destination, a place for innovation, on top of a sustainable foundation that will last forever. Two billion poor, turned into two billion producers and consumers.


Oil is bad.

We need to say stop to the consumption of fossils today.

When going over to a water, wind & sun based society, we must make sure that the structure becomes unpolluted. That totalitarianism remains in the ground with the oil.

Even if we go over to water, wind & sun today, it’ll be energy production. Meaning, Big money.

In order to make the water, wind & sun free from pollution we need to work on an economic model that takes advantage of the infinity that the oceans, wind & sun provide.

God has given us something that enables us to generate energy in abundance. We can produce endless amounts of energy, with the right infrastructure and sustainable biodynamic economy.

This way we will provide a future foundation for generations to come.

It’s time, that each one of us realize today, that we are All part of a massive revolution. It is That amazing. We have, today, in our hands machines that provide infinite energy and fresh water.

With this we can create a world where energy is no longer a problem.

No more pollution.

No more wars.






Summary Season 1

The Equation

Colombia has proposed to collaborate with Brasil and Venezuela in creating the world’s largest ecological rainforest corridor. 150 selected urban areas around the world, (selected urban areas and notes, see post season 1: The Equation) cover an area similar to the suggested corridor in the Amazon. Together all these urban areas have a population equivalent to the estimated population of entire India. The suggested Amazon corridor is approximately half the area of India, and in 2030 we’re going to be another 1,2 billion more people, about the same amount of people living in the selected urban areas today.

In theory, the Amazon corridor could house a billion people. With this logic only, it would make sense to cut down the forest, and start producing homes for the new born. The effect of this would be less rainforest producing clean oxygen, and absorbing carbon dioxide from the air. The people would have land and housing, with quality of life affected by the lower amount of clean oxygen, and impoverished soil, reducing the growth of nutrition.

The question is if we protect the Amazon, what 1/100th of Earth’s land area could be used for the next billion people to come, and how should we develop land for the 7,3 billion already here?

Is the answer to the equation building more Mega Cities?

Instead of cutting down the rainforest, I suggest an introduction of a Global Rainforest Tax, treating Oxygen like a product as any other natural resource, starting with the Amazon.

There are two great inventions on the market ready today:

The nanoFlowcell powers cars, trucks, ships and homes

with Saltwater. Saltwater.

Named after a Greek sea goddess, CETO offers the potential to revolutionise power and water production globally. CETO harnesses the enormous renewable energy present in our ocean’s waves and converts it into two of the most valuable commodities underpinning the sustainable growth of the planet: zero-emission electricity and zero-emission desalinated water.’


A Change to a Saltwater powered ground and ocean fleet,

would unleash the sustainable development globally,

solving the equation.


The Share

We have the best system that’s been working for billions of years, Earth.

To The Equation, I’m adding one billion people living in urban slums today, with another billion estimated to live in slums, doubling the amount of urban sprawlers, over the next 30 years.

Areas with dry soil, could be irrigated with desalinated water from the Ocean using CETO. Irrigation could therefore add value to otherwise impoverished land. The farmers would initially cover their own needs, when gradually gaining strength, production could increase, providing organic food. Improving soil in the poor country could be done in a collaborative synergy between expanding urban areas, CETO, aviation and nanoFlowcell.

For example: Airlines are already reducing their CO2 emissions. If the car industry would go over from oil to water, a global reduction of CO2 emissions would take place. This could improve the prospects for expansion of the airlines, assuming a growth in the tourism industry since more people earning money, could mean more holidays. Aviation could invest in CETO, providing energy while irrigating soil for the farmers producing food, and biofuel for the airlines. NanoFlowcell could also invest in CETO, if for example adjusted for the production of ionic liquid for fueling cars.

This could be done with a 15 + 20 year investment perspective. For the initial 15 years, the slums and farmers would be provided with water and sanitation, reducing the costs of urban sprawl. On top of this foundation, the following 20 years of investment could stimulate the consumers market in a growing population of income takers, allowing more families to buy cars, and go on holidays.

Investors would create sustainable jobs locally and growth for their companies, offering clean water and energy to a growing population, balanced with Earth’s Ecosystem. Contributing to a Biodynamic society where people are no longer poor, and the right to happiness is equal, regardless of material possession. With renewable Energy, on a foundation based on Shared wealth, in balance with Earth’s Eco-system.

Good for all.




one day at a time

a thief in a library

practicing patience


What is a thief doing in a library? Hem is reading a book.

Why is a thief stealing things? Hem has no money.

Why doesn’t hem have money? Hem has no job.

Why doesn’t hem have a job? Hem has no education.

Why isn’t hem at school? Hem has no money.

What is a thief doing in a library?


A haiku about human conditions.

And how taking a little bit of time, asking Why?

Changes prejudice.