Some things I'd like to see for Symbio.City

IMG_1632.JPG.jpegI'm just gonna take a few minute to make a quick list of things I'd like to see for Symbio.city, if you disagree with any of these or have more ideas that I didn't include on this list please feel free to add them.

In the next few days, I'll work to make this site a more collaborative endeavor.

  • Within an hours drive of a major city (I'm not looking to build a commune where we are all focused inward, I'm trying to build a transformative community that helps shape the world around it.)
  • Launch with at least 5,000 residents committed to move to Symbio.city and a plan to accommodate at least 100,000 people.
  • Accessible to all socio-economic backgrounds
  • Collective decision-making processes
  • Radical inclusion and concerted efforts to maintain diversity
  • Focus on art, music, culture, love and peace
  • Striving toward self-sustainability including the use of permaculture
  • An economic engine to help ensure the city remains accessible to all (legal pot?, hosting festivals?, other forms of tourism)
  • Reasonably open to visitors
  • Occasional to somewhat frequent parties for both residents, friends, and visitors

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  • Joshua Dumas
    commented 2017-09-20 11:20:39 -0700
    Did this fizzle out? Anybody still planning or expanding the reach of the site?
  • Ilka M
    commented 2017-08-31 23:03:21 -0700
    Sounds like paradise <3
    I would be specifically interested in the collective decision process – how that works.
  • Caryn Dougherty
    commented 2017-08-31 11:15:09 -0700
    If you’d like someone to teach classes on soap making (or other products), let me know. We create the best body products on the planet … products that are in a symbiotic relationship with the human being.
    Much love…
  • Joshua Dumas
    commented 2017-08-31 00:37:49 -0700
    Nice. It’s crucial to include the ecozoic outhouse & create other ways to place ourselves back into the ecosystem. Hydrogen fuel cells to pull clean energy from water through electrolysis. Using structured water to maximize crop yield. Ozone & oxygen therapies for medicine and sanitation. And any community would need to address the diverse spiritual spectrum, I suggest maybe getting the Ba’hai involved. They are a faith for common gathering of all religions and the merger with science. Marco Rodin is part of them and he developed vortex mathematics which has furthered our understanding of zero point energy and toroidal fields. ALSO Tom Bearden & fractal field physics. Construct the city and all structures in it considering fractal geometry and it will pull energy from the vacuum into the field. #tmi ? Hahaha.
  • Meredith Briese
    commented 2017-08-30 20:05:32 -0700
    This idea is amazing! I’m excited to see where this goes! Would love to spend some time there.
  • Shawnna Fava
    commented 2017-08-30 14:31:14 -0700
    I absolutely Love this! I’m totally onboard. Just thinking of all the possibilities of making this a reality is truly inspiring!
  • Liz Wolf-Spada
    commented 2017-08-30 12:38:37 -0700
    Job market and transportation? Senior living situations available

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