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Author: William Henry Smyth
Title: Technocracy, first, second and third series. Social universals
Publisher: [Berkeley, Calif.
Subject (keywords, tags): Technocracy
Contributor: University of California Libraries
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Subject: Early technocracy
Symth was one of the earliest people to promote a form of technocracy. Technocracy came to the fore in 1933 with many technocracy organisations forming then. Technocracy inc became the only survivor of that timer and is still around today. In Europe, NET was formed in 2004. The Network of European Technocrats (N.E.T.) is an autonomous research organisation comprised of volunteer members from around the world. Although we have many members who work as experienced scientist and engineers and hold science and engineering degrees as well as PhDs NET welcomes a diversity of members with many different levels of skills and interests. NET works towards a better tomorrow! NET does not consider today’s socioeconomic system as sustainable. We have many problems from poverty to peak oil to climate change and global warming to exploitation of our natural biosphere as well as people. We propose an alternative sustainable system based on the application of science and engineering that aims for a high standard of living for all in a technological society that balances our needs with those of nature. NET proposes a distributed, holonic, system where all technology would come under the management of experts each in their specialist field (which makes our proposal a type of technocracy) and where the people manage the non-technical aspects of society through a process of direct democracy. NET proposes local as possible to where people will feel the effect of those decisions. Power become distributed and not centralised. NET propose removing our current debt based financial system with a demand based distributed resources allocation system that allocates production capacity in terms of energy to each individual. Behind the scenes experts would managed the system to minimise our impact on the world. NET propose a sustainable system built up from localised sustainable communities. Our members current work on developing and experimenting with these ideas. We have many projects on going and we also have activities off the web as well such a film events and lectures.

Subject: No connection ... self promotion. The info of NET.
El Salto
NET? A cult or cabal group from Sweden, using made up neologism concepts (self defined new words) using information originally from a science based group The(NET)has an assumption to power theory (they wish to take over Europe). Led by Andrew Wallace (a.k.a.,Isenhand or Ironhand) currently (2009) they are raising money for a ''holon'' system to buy land, and then plan to enlist recruits to live in this construct which they will operate using money on the outside (greater society) and energy credits (their term) on the inside with the core of the current NET administrators making all final decisions, although they refer to the basic conditions as ''democracy''. Also noted, The information below documents how it was that the group was black listed for spamming on a popular search engine and their article (Network of European Technocrats) deleted as 'Vanispamcruftisement (IPA: /væ.nə.spæm.kɹəf.ʼtaɪz.mənt/; sometimes abbreviated as vanispamcruft or VSCA) is a portmanteau comprising several editorial faults which some Wikipedians see as cardinal sins: vanity (i.e., conflict of interest), spam, cruft, and advertisement. Smith? William Henry Smyth used the term Technocracy in his 1919 article "'Technocracy'—Ways and Means to Gain Industrial Democracy," in the journal Industrial Management. However, Smyth's usage referred to Industrial democracy: a movement to integrate workers into decision making through existing firms or revolution. The term came to mean government by technical decision making in 1932. Hence there is no connection what so ever with the actual Technocracy movement.

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