I love your idea for a Parliament of All Beings where individuals can
advocate for various species. Franz Nahrada and I thought of such
"associations" and "concords" as a natural progression of a world of
"global villages", where there are groups (like trade groups today) that
advocate for each interest, and their are, say, bioregional formums
where they find agreement, as relevant.
I used to collect such endeavors and try to encourage them in masse with
Minciu Sodas, but that's in the past now.
I share your beautiful idea with several groups where somebody might
take it up.
Oh, is there any work that I can do for your research, for example, as a
programmer or mathematician? Please let me know!
Thank you also to Ben de Vries, Dante-Gabryell Monson, Surya Prakash
Vinjamuri, Lawrence Kincheloe for your responses regarding Zenonas
Anusauskas. I hope to write more later. He uploaded a sketch of his
and a PDF in Lithuanian with photos:
I'm finding Twitter helpful. It's a way to have open conversations and,
I hope, reach people who might sponsor my work. I'm at
Andrius Kulikauskas, http://www.selflearners.net,
2011.01.13 15:48, Dr Chris Busby rašė:
> I thought of this:
> The Parliament of All Beings
> Its a website and people pay a small sum to join and represent a
> creature. For example, I might speak for the Magpie.
> Then its a kind of United Nations; you have discussions and votes on
> contemporary issues.
> Thing is, if the representative the (Brown Bear, the jellyfish, the
> snail) dont involve themselves and vote and debate at some minimal
> level (after all they are real representatives and have to speak for
> these creatures) they forfeit their place which is then put up for
> auction. If they do remain they can still sell their position. Imagine
> what people would pay to be able to say at a party when asked what
> they "did" they represented the Golden Eagle in the parliament of all
> Beings. I handed this idea to a guy in Malaysia and I beleive he
> bought the website but no one has done anything, i am too busy. But if
> anyone does use it I will be the Magpie.
> The idea is to destroy anthropocentrism
> Chris Busby