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Human Lifecycle Management demonstrates early stages of Teleportation

 

Teleportation, or Teletransportation, is the theoretical transfer of matter or energy from one point to another without traversing the physical space between them.  When human attributes are converted into digital representations and transported through the network, it represents a form of teleportation.  

 

The word teleportation was coined in 1931 by American writer Charles Fort to describe the strange

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Neurogenesis and the Design of Neuro-Architecture 

 

Systems, Technologies, and Processes to Influence how you perceive reality, generate physiological chemical compositions, and optimize immune, cognitive and other human functions.

 

The field of neuroscience has gained significant interest and credibility since the discovery of neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity, also known as brain plasticity, is an umbrella term that encompasses both synaptic plasticity and non-synaptic plasticity —it

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Emotional Intelligence as a metric for Human Energy Capacity and Management

Emotional Intelligence has been around for a number of years now and continues to have research conducted for its validity.

For example, research of EI and job performance shows mixed results: a positive relation has been found in some of the studies, in others there was no relation or an inconsistent one. This led researchers Cote and Miners (2006) to offer a compensatory model between EI and IQ, that posits that the

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BiomimicryInDesign

 

Sustainability and Cycles are often synonymous in discussion these days. Business uses the term "business ecology", architecture is rapidly adopting the term biomimicry which represents the cycles in nature providing models in solving complex human problems. Energy itself, in all of its forms comes flows in cycles.


So what?


What if we were to consider societal models that embrace cycles? Could that provide insight into sustainability systems? Perhaps.

I have always been fascinated and

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Biometrics - what you can measure, you can improve.

Most biometric devices have been oriented toward energy consumption, not "state". This means that we have focused on the fuel gauge and mileage per calorie metrics, not whether or not the system is operating efficiently and effectively. Additionally, these metrics have little to no correlation to emotional or psychological state. There are other metrics oriented toward information and energy processing, similar to how efficient and effecting

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The Human Sustainability Institute embraces the science of biomimicry.  We utilize design concepts from nature and physics for business and economic issues.  We look at the Human Being as an energetic and informational resource in organizations rather than a mechanical component in the system.

Biomimicry or biomimetics is the imitation of the models, systems, and elements of nature for the purpose of solving complex human problems. The terms biomimicry and biomimetics come from the Greek words

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(Excerpted with editorial from the World Economic Forum's "Toward the Circular Economy Report")

Experts have calculated that without a rethink of how we use materials in our linear ‘take-make-dispose’ economy, elements such as gold, silver, indium, iridium, tungsten and many others vital for industry could be depleted within five to fifty years. If we remain in our ‘business as usual’ mode, price volatility will continue to surge, alongside the probable inflation of key

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Whether you are sitting on your sofa, in the driver's seat of your car, in your desk chair looking at a computer, or sitting at a table eating food; you are influencing the function and networking of your brain by being sedentary. And that programming leads to hyper sensitivity that activates the stress response. So in short, sitting is stressful to a system that was designed for perpetual motion. - Wait, we at least walk between all those seats… Workflow, Office Design, Mobile Technology, and

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Designing an Environment Conducive to Wellbeing?

 

In today’s environment we are constantly being bombarded by pollution.  Pollution takes the form of toxins in the air (auto emissions), toxins in our water (heavy metals, passed pharmaceuticals), energetic toxins (microwave frequencies), and more.  Sound pollution has a significant effect on how we think and feel.  Think of the imprint loud explosions make on the sensitive electro-magnetic systems of cells within the body.  Yet the VA

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The Trajectory of Civil Obedience and Distracted Apathy

 

It seems that most of the statistics we see today point toward the demise of the human race.  Whether we use terms like social trends or trajectories, we see less influencing society in a positive and healthy way than we do pointed toward extinction.  For example, in the US we have 70% Obesity and gaining a pound and a half a year. Not losing, but gaining weight.  Regardless of the thousands of diet fads available. Behavioral

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The Human Being has design principles based on movement.  Ironically, the technology that was intended to improve human productivity has also reduced our natural state of movement to a minimum.  With robotics and the advancement of technology, millions of jobs require the human being to sit for hours and hours without movement.

The following article explains why movement is so important for everything from physical health and pain reduction, to increasing the productivity of the digestive and

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Our state of consciousness orientes us toward different thought patterns.  These patterns can be related to fractals.  As the thought manifests, it expands in certain patterns and amplifies.  Sound follows this pattern of expansion, so does lifeform.

Based on the original intention or thought orientation, intuition, behavior, chemical response in the body, and outward energetic radiation result.

mandelbrot-set-fractals1

HSI's Bio-Harmonic Resonance Research and Development applies the concept, physics, and

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The Emotion of Leadership

 

A recent article in Forbes Magazine highlighted the value and importance of Emotion in Leadership.  

 

“This ability to reach people in a way that transcends the intellectual and rational is the mark of a great leader. They all have it. They inspire us.”  

 

If you think for a moment about what inspire means to you; you will realize it is an action or cause-catalyst fueled by emotion and validated with intellect.  The word originates from Latin and means “to

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RACING FOR EDUCATION - Automotive and Motorsport Enthusiasts Take Note!

 

As many of you are aware, HSI is connecting the dots between Education, Healthcare, Industry and Community Development using the mechanism of Social Enterprise.  We provide consulting, services, and products that benefit and improve the Ecosystem while operating financially self sustaining once launched.  Industry benefits through recruitment cultivation, CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility), marketing, branding,

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Contained within this article are references to separate articles.  At first you may not identify their commonality, but hopefully, at the end of the article you will see their common ground.

Happiness is the ideal state for optimal immune system function and quite frankly our resilience to life's stresses.

The Pursuit of Happiness - Outdoor Magazine

In a 2013 study, researchers at UCLA and the University of North Carolina reported that happiness levels have powerful effects on genes and our

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Monozukuri - Social Impact - Corporate Social Responsibility - What is the Common Denominator?

 

I would like to introduce you to a word that represents a tradition of careful craftsmanship - monozukuri.  This is an important term that can link the automotive industry to social impact initiatives.  It also can represent the crafting of a new architecture for business sustainability.

 

Non-profits are being forced to create mutual value for the recipients of their programs and services,

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Bioelectrification of the human body -The natural wisdom of ancient ways rings true to the deeper aspects of human consciousness that are resurfacing with our present unification of the diverse fields of scientific inquiry.
HSI has been working with various teams of scientists, doctors, and technologists to recreate an immersion system to calibrate the optimal vibrations of cells within the body.  This "calibration" or bio-harmonic resonance can be a key to wellness, eliminating disease, and

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7 scary sustainable facts

 

Source: 2degrees

 

If the word sustainability doesn’t have companies quivering already, these terrifying facts give a glimpse of a bleak post-apocalyptic future that will have you shaking in your boots.

 

Read on – if you dare…

 

SustainableResponsibility

 

Even with a 2°C rise, the planet will be punctuated with increased drought, wider-ranging wildfires and increasingly intense storms.

 

1.  More than 2degrees. There’s a reason behind our company name. Scientists stress that

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HSI is currently engaging The B Team whose vision of the future is a world in which the purpose of business is to be a driving force for social, environmental and economic benefit.  

Our mutual mission is to deliver a ‘Plan B’ that puts people and planet alongside profit. Plan A — where companies have been driven by the profit motive alone — is no longer acceptable.  

We are consulting to organizations and leaders who understand the imperative and responsibility of industry for

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Written by: Paul Quaiser

The term sustainability is evolving interchangeably with responsibility.  CSR or Corporate Social Responsiblity is the same as Corporate Social Sustainability.  The examples are numerous, but not essential to this context.

Who Developed the Principles for Responsible Management Education?

 

The PRME were developed in 2007 by an international task force of sixty deans, university presidents and official representatives of leading business schools and academic institutions.

 

The idea of

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