Project Humanity 7.0

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Author: Alan Doer, Italy

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A short introduction

Crystal, 2035. Alex is nineteen years old and living a normal life. He has not yet identified what he wants to do in his future, so in the meantime, he dedicates himself to occasional jobs, his girlfriend, Marina, nights out with friends, and his passion for the guitar.rnOne day, by chance, during a conversation with his friend Jasmine, Alex feels a latent curiosity awaken. He discovers that he needs to understand the interrelations and the mechanisms of Crystal better, as they are the fruit of a change in respect to the previous system, which still persists on Earth.rnThen he starts researching, irrepressibly at times, to satisfy as quickly as possible his sudden thirst for knowledge, pulling us with him in this “journey.”rnJasmine, thanks to her passion and preparation on these topics, will guide him ably through the holistic principles that regulate their quotidian life. His father, Dario, will also reveal precious information to help him understand the roots of the “Project Humanity 7.0” from which everything originated.rnIt will be a compelling voyage and, as with all personal conquests, filled with unexpected events, knots to untangle, and important decisions to make.rnrnThe future world represented is not a science fiction utopia; it rather describes how human beings might finally evolve and live in a reality more in balance than the present one.rnIn fact, the concrete innovations, described in detail, ensure that the dysfunctions that are considered now to be “incurable” pathologies (unemployment, economic crises, the waste of resources, etc.) will become incompatible and, therefore, destined to gradually become extinct. Moreover, everything is designed to value the capabilities, tastes, and preferences of each individual and to allow everyone to find their own specific realization.rnThe comparison between Earth and Crystal, which is the thread of the whole story, will simplify the comprehension of these new organizational modalities and will raise awareness of the vicious circles in which we are immersed today.rnIdentifying ourselves with Alex's experiences will be natural, making us prefigure and almost touch and feel possible change: this is the unbridled strength of this romance.rn rnThe message is strong and clear: THE SYSTEM WE LIVE IN IS NOT IMMUTABLE, it's the product of Choices made by Human Beings. As such, NEW AND INFORMED CHOICES CAN MAKE IT EVOLVE.rn

Author: Alan Doer

Who better than the specialists who have researched and installed a device to know its strengths and possible improvements?rnIt's through speculation on this question that Alan Doer has conceived this illuminating romance.rnrnAs an expert of business management and a passionate observer of economics and social dynamics, he decided to offer his preparation and ideas to propose something new: a solution that, starting from the world we all know and without throwing away the good sides of it, could really signify an evolution for our society.rnThe inspiration came right in the midst of the economic international crisis of the last years, unanimously defined as one of the most severe registered until now.rnrnCan society continue to move on the same path it has taken throughout the past decades? What future should my son expect when he grows up?rnHere are the dilemmas that pushed him to write Project Humanity 7.0, set on Crystal, a new world, close to the one we've known so far in the practical modalities of quotidian living.rnrnHis main dream? Lay the first stone for a positive and real change of the society we are immersed inrnrnAlthough he is satisfied with his life, having reached all his main goals in the reality he lives in, he would be the first one on hand to build a better future - not just for himself, but mostly for upcoming generations.rnrnThe decision to use the romance form comes from his intent to give dynamicity to the book's descriptions, stimulate the imagination, and foster emotive participation in its themes.

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