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World Future Institute Established by ManyOne and Academy of Science and Arts

LEADERS AND PIONEERS OF FIRST STATE OF THE WORLD FORUM TO ASSEMBLE TWO U.S. CAMPUSES ADJACENT TO HARVARD AND BERKELEY, TO ASSIST LEADERS IN PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING PROTOCOLS AND POLICIES FOR 21ST CENTURY GOVERNANCE, ECONOMICS AND ENGAGEMENT

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SALT LAKE CITY, UT August 13, 2014.

ManyOne (http://ManyOneOffice.org), today announced the creation of the World Future Institute (http://WorldFutureInstitute.org), the newest organization operating within ManyOne’s governance body, the Academy of Science and Arts (http://AcademyOfScienceAndArts.org). The Institute strengthens the Academy’s role as expert provider of content influencing global economic and environmental stability, education reform and advanced scientific R&D. The Institute will also leverage ManyOne’s ground-breaking Internet-based economic operating system (http://ManyOneDashboard.org) and emerging worldwide network of Internet consulting offices (http://ManyOneOffice.org). The World Future Institute will be led by Daniel Peter Sheehan, Esq., distinguished civil rights attorney overseeing and contributing to more than a dozen historically significant American legal cases of the 20th Century, including The Pentagon Papers, Karen Silkwood, and the Iran-Contra investigation.

The World Future Institute will be the practical and the pragmatic development of among the world’s first ‘cookbooks’ for addressing global policies pertaining to future inevitabilities. The Institute will fill and span current gaps among such entities as the United Nations and CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research), eminent domain constructs of local municipalities, and other significant issues. Of particular interest is also achieving the appropriate balance between the impending threat of global warming and economic development. Mr. Sheehan is Executive Director of the Institute and joins the Board of Directors of the Academy of Science and Arts (http://AcademyOfScienceAndArts.org) and of ManyOne.

Between the end of the Cold War on midnight of December 31st of 1991 – and prior to the tragic events of September 11th of 2001 – former Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev and former U.S. Secretary of State James Baker III co-founded and established the State of The World Forum. “The mission of the State of the World Forum was to identify a post-Cold War paradigm, pursuant to the principles by which our world’s major nation states could live in greater political harmony and economic cooperation,” said Mr. Sheehan. “The tragic events of 9/11, however, suspended the on-going effort of our world’s political leaders and business, religious and public interest officials to identify and put into action such a promising process. With the formation of the World Future Institute, that mission has been firmly reestablished.”

The State of The World Forum is a model for the World Future Institute, which will also seek to convene all living former United States presidents, vice presidents, secretaries of state, secretaries of defense, and cabinet secretaries of most of the world’s leading nation states. Chief executive officers of Fortune 500 enterprises and representatives of global Main Street and other economic, environmental, and social justice organizations are also sought for engagement.

“The World Future Institute proudly advances the mission of the State of the World Forum,” said Dr. Charles L. Dickens, President of ManyOne and Board Member of the Academy of Science and Arts. “Our entwined purpose is to identify a post-Cold War paradigm, but to frame it not by the Cold War itself, but by a democratic, sustainable future first evidenced by scenario planning, then enacted with global support.”

“The sweeping scope of challenges and opportunities evidenced at the turn of the millennium represent a ‘singularity’ of change in human affairs far more profound than in any period of recorded history,” added Dr. Robert Corell, world-renowned climate scientist and Vice Chancellor of the Academy of Science and Arts. “Wherever we look, massive changes are occurring or must occur nearly at once: politics, economics, science and technology, transformational art transportable through interactive screens and spaces, and even the sense of a broader spiritual mission for humankind. An absolutely essential criteria for the future we all hope to see is a rigorous, realistic, yet bold vision for systematically shifting from physical to electronic means for personal and business economic development.”

ABOUT MANYONE
ManyOne, the Strategic General Contractor and Integrator for the Internet, has pioneered the first Internet-based global economic operating system. Powered by the technologies from ManyOne Internet Laboratories and sweeping industry partnerships, ManyOne is opening Internet consulting offices around the world to serve businesses, organizations, governments and individuals alike. ManyOne is dedicated to the advancement of integrated models and financially robust global infrastructure for sustainable economic development for the 21st century and beyond. Further information is available at ManyOne.org, ManyOneLabs.com, ManyOneOffice.org, and ManyOneCentral.org. Inquiries may be directed to 855-775-7774 or contact@manyone.org.

ABOUT THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND ARTS
ManyOne is the primary enterprise powering the Academy of Science and Arts. The Academy of Science and Arts is an umbrella institution, providing governance to ManyOne, with the mission of advancing breakthrough science research, education, and consequential sustainable economic development worldwide. The Academy is in the process of launching in several stages, and may be tracked at http://AcademyOfScienceAndArts.org.

ManyOne Contacts:
ManyOne Executive Offices, Salt Lake City
Jennifer J. Johnson, EVP of Marketing & Public Affairs,
Director, Office of the CEO
jennifer.johnson@ManyOne.org
801-322-5526

Academy of Science and Arts, ManyOne Seattle
Kristina Stimson, EVP of Communications
kristina.stimson@ManyOne.org
206-854-6538

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