Vladimir Putin’s Third Way: As Seen Through the Nooscope
21.10.2016 Author: Phil Butler
Vladimir Putin’s most recent staff change has western experts baffled. According to the BBC, Mr. Putin’s new chief of staff Anton Vaino has reached the top of the Kremlin pecking order “shrouded in mystery”. However cloak & dagger Mr. Vaino’s appointment may seem though, it’s a clear sign Russia is headed off into a far more progressive policy realm than Londoners or Wall Street financiers would have us believe. Here is a candid look at the Putin way ahead.
Olga Ivshina and Dmitry Bulin of BBC’s Russian service tell us just how disparate western capitalist ideas are from the “Third Way” Mr. Putin and his Kremlin advisers have set out in quest of. I alluded to this path in a previous article for NEO. Now I find it fascinating that western media and economists cannot seem to keep up with Putin, even in fiscal policy matters. The BBC piece entitled; “Nooscope mystery: The strange device of Putin’s new man Anton Vaino”, does illuminate readers to reality, albeit unintentionally. An article by Mr. Vaino entitled; “The capitalisation of the future” is the key to understanding how Russian will go forward in this “new way” policy project. Though the BBC, ABC, and a score of other mainstream media outlets fail to understand, the essence of “Third Way” government is not so hard to grasp. Here’s the gist.
Architects of the “Third Way”
Anton Vaino’s theories and strategies on economics are being studied like nobody’s business in western circles today, and for good reason. The “Capitalization of the Future,” piece, published back 2012 in the journal Questions of Economics & Law, it has the status quo experts stymied. Calling Vaino’s assertions mumbo-jumbo, the focus of all media is on the author’s “Nooscope”, a device invented to understand the sphere of human thought. Supposedly built and patented by Vaino, the device measures what the genius Vladimir Vernadsky called the “Noosphere”, or the collective conscious of humanity. At least this is what ABC postulates. In fact the Noosphere concept goes back to a man named Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, who first used the term to describe a third state of human evolution (ergo a 3rd way). While ABC and BBC reporters seem to fail to understand, readers who are confused her may consult the Princeton Global Consciousness Project for more clarity. I assure you Mr. Putin’s selection for chief of staff has less to do with abracadabra policies, and a lot more to do with cutting edge policy and fiscal processes. Vaino is, in my view, the genius picked to lead Russia into its next phase of socio-economic development. For any among you who have ever heard of Big Data and small data analytics, the rest of this story should enthrall. To quote from the Princeton project’s introduction:
“Subtle but real effects of consciousness are important scientifically, but their real power is more immediate. They encourage us to make essential, healthy changes in the great systems that dominate our world. Large scale group consciousness has effects in the physical world. Knowing this, we can intentionally work toward a brighter, more conscious future.”
Now that I have more of your attention, the Princeton project more or less clues us as to the potential of Putin’s most recent staff moves. To be precise, the 15 years of data analysis and study at GPC have established direct correlations in between world events that can predict outcomes. Simply put, I believe Mr. Putin’s think tanks can now formulate and enact regulated behaviors on some level. Okay, maybe that is not so simple to understand, so let me quote Roger D. Nelson, Director of the Princeton project:
“Great events on the world stage which bring people together in shared thoughts and synchronized emotions will be correlated with changes in the behavior of our network of random sources. That hypothesis was intended to be tested in a series of fully qualified statistical tests, with a priori specified parameters. The result is a definite confirmation of the general hypothesis, with a cumulative seven sigma difference from the null hypothesis expectation.
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