The Obstruction of New Knowledge

by on December 17, 2009      

in Editorials & Commentary

Dogmatic beliefs about possibilities and reality often interfere in the reception and financing of new, effective, and economical delivery systems and discoveries. Venture capital models, the global investment community and paradigm, fiercely guarded institutions, and power-brokers systematically hamper and obstruct the delivery of new knowledge.

Watchdogs in existing industrial complexes guard the planetary gate of new knowledge, discovery, and solutions. One would think that people and solutions grounded in new knowledge that promises a better life for billions would be held in a special regard. However, new knowledge disrupts the folks who control entire industries based on ineffective or antiquated products, services, applications, information, and wrong assumptions.

At the crowning of a better delivery system, those who are winning in the current industrial complex often fight it by attempting to block or subvert it. Such attempts can manifest in a number of ways. If you want more information about this, let us know.

New knowledge is constantly seeking visionary and expansive financing methods, people, structures, and processes that will help midwife new knowledge to those that need it around the world and from generations to come.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 John January 5, 2010 at 11:45 pm

“Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity.”


2 Jim Clayson August 8, 2010 at 1:41 am

Being stupid is no excuse for malicious acts.


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