Green Tech and Intentional Culture for a New Sustainable Paradigm
ProtoTribal project Concepts:
1. DIY, offroad capable, amphibious, pedal/electric camper trikes for transport, shelter, power, cooking, made from bamboo, hemp, wood, and recycled materials.
2. Open source meshnet enabled smartphone replacements, Odroid based at this point, but we'll make something better as soon as the idea goes viral. The hardware is easy. We need help with code.
3. A cryptocurrency bonded p2p social network to connect these devices that uses bonds forfeited by banned members to incentivize community participation in randomized moderation pools and fund network infrastructure development. If you know how to work with meshnet networking and how to modify open source social media code, please get in touch asap!
4. A cryptocurrency called hOurcoin that levels the playing field, is designed to prevent abuse/exploitation/manipulation/gambling and allows for exchange economy until we can learn to trust each other and go full gift economy again. Whitepaper is written. Anyone out there know how to make a new cryptocurrency a reality?
5. Solar and wind charged meshnet optimizing repeater drones with autonomous horticulture/reforestation support. We have extensive experience and capabilility to create the hardware but again, the project really needs tribe members that are programming gurus.
6. Ergonomically designed no shovel permaculture techniques, bushcraft, freeganism, and invasivorism for food and Nature based exercise.
7. Buying small plots of remote land as temporary refuges for tribe and nature conservancy and setting them up with buried containers with wifi, water collection, a little bit of solar, and some storage for items that are useful to the tribes but too large/bulky/fragile to be neomadic with. Access to the refuges and systems will be regulated by the social network and meshnet devices.
8. Post civ neomadic survival strategy.
9. Wim Hoff style techniques and naturopathy for health.
10. Gift economy, barter, recycle as much as possible.
The whole idea is to level the playing field and reduce consumption and pollution by enabling people to have easily attainable sustainable independence, outside of the consumer paradigm and it's slavery systems.
If you’d like to contribute to the project in any way, we’d love to hear from you!
Crowdfunding campaign and awesome rewards coming soon as soon as we get official nonprofit status!
This website is currently under construction. We’ll be improving it asap! If you’d like to help with web or graphics, we’d love to hear from you!
Neomadic! Home on Mother Earth! Coming to a festival, organic farm, town park, or intentional community near you soon! Reach out if you’d like to host a workshop at your location!
The goal of the ProtoTribal project is to share DIY green tech that will allow humanity to live freely, as outside of the consumer system as they wish, as creators and collaborators with each other and Nature.
The inventions will enable people to secure their own shelter, transportation, energy, and communications. They can be produced at a local level, mostly out of recycled and natural materials, and for a very low cost. We have most of the parts, tools, and plans done, and are working on 3D CAD and prototype production daily, but will need help to bring this new technology to the people.
Another aspect of the project is to procure properties and set them up as Nature conservancies and temporary refuges for project members and patrons.
We’ve also invented some pretty awesome doodads that will become great crowdfunding supporter rewards and have nearly completely built up a solid mobile shop that we'll be traveling to events in, working on the prototypes as we go.
Funds raised will be used to finish up the mobile shop rig, produce some inventory for donation rewards, get help setting up official non-profit status, keep the website up, produce educational/marketing materials and media, and get us to the festivals!
Thank you for your support!
Questions, Ideas, or inquiries about collaboration? We’d love to hear from you! Use the form to the right or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org !