A New Era 

With popular cold fusion – LENR/LENT science we are on the verge of an epic technological advancement. Always there are concurrent personal, social, economic, spiritual, and philosophical advancements, our evolution as a species.

Our strong survival instinct is now evolving to include each of each other, and all life on the planet, as a whole.

Sociobiology is the instinctual relationship of a species with both it’s environment and with members of it’s own species. It is theorized that humanity evolved (and is evolving) along lines of empathy and compassion as the strength of cultures that propagate successfully, our own survival of the fittest. Instinct in a species evolves as the species does.

As humanity’s instincts evolve we gain further insight. We observe interactions amongst ourselves, our universe, and its many components. We gain deeper understanding of cause and effect, it’s benefits and detriments both within and around us. Our sociobiology then evolves.

Back in the far distant past our instinctual fear of fire warned us away, we ran like all other creatures. Over time we cautiously captured embers when fearful raging fires had passed. We learned to utilize and then create fire. This was an epic technological advancement. Our instinct had changed and we entered the Fire Era, a major step in our evolution.

With technological advancements we then harnessed fire for metallurgy, motion, work, and the generation of electricity. As coal, liquid, gaseous, and radioactive fuels delivered more electricity, work, and motion, modern civilization experienced a surge in personal, social, economic, spiritual, and philosophical advancements. Humanity has evolved quite a bit since the dawning of the Fire Era. Concepts of the right to well-being have grown. Humanity is slowly becoming more humane.

We are now entering the Transmutation Era. We will have unlimited, nearly free, easily available, dense, and non-polluting energy from the transmutation of elements. With excitation, the harmonic convergence of atomic particles within the lattice ensures the cold fusion LENR/LENT nuclear active phenomenon. This is an epic technological advancement; which is sure to further our evolution as a species.

A Theory of Evolution through Cold Fusion

Our strong survival instinct is evolving to encompass each of each other, and all life on the planet, as a whole. In the past century our understanding of the biosphere and the importance of environmental stewardship has grown exponentially. Concepts of nonviolence and peace have progressed. Life’s collective right to well-being is better understood. Cold fusion/LENR/LENT technology will empower this change in our species; we will evolve to be harmonic with both our biosphere and our neighbors.

As humanity moves into space we will consider the guaranteed right to sustenance and nutriment; with food, air, water, lodging, and health care ensured for any citizen who migrates to Mars or other space colonies. These concepts will then gain hold on Earth.

Our concept of what constitutes “profit” will also evolve. Humanity will have a galactic mentality with goals beyond the monetary based “profit motive”. Economic models will evolve to reflect this. Sustainable economic generosity created through the continuous resource of energy at point of use for the health of community; economy experienced as the word’s Ancient Greek roots imply: οἰκονομία (oikonomia, “management of a household, administration”) from οἶκος (oikos, “house”) + νόμος (nomos, “custom” or “law”), hence “rules of the house(hold)”.  Maximizing the profit of mutual well-being will be the new measure of success.

The dawning of the Fire Era seems like eons ago. We’ve come a long way. Evolution seems inevitable. If the past has anything to show us, humanity is inevitably transmuting into an empathic civilization.

Evolution Through Cold Fusion – Greg Goble

“The fact of evolution is the backbone of biology, and biology is thus in the peculiar position of being a science founded on an improved theory, is it then a science or faith?”- Charles Darwin

“We have to do the best we can. This is our sacred human responsibility.” – Albert Einstein

“In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.” – Charles Darwin

“Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.” – Albert Einstein

“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: it is those who know little, and not those who know much, who so positively assert that this or that problem will never be solved by science” – Charles Darwin

“Those instrumental goods which should serve to maintain the life and health of all human beings should be produced by the least possible labor of all.” – Albert Einstein

“The very essence of instinct is that it’s followed independently of reason.”- Charles Darwin

“Where there is love there is no question.” – Albert Einstein

“A human being is part of the whole… universe… ” source

To learn some of the science behind this theory please view “The Empathic Civilization” by Jeremy Rifkin.

Evolution (muse)

Once again, in wonder a child whistles a refrain while sitting on a hill under the shade of a tree. From above a bird on a branch tilts its head and once again joyfully warbles its response.

On a distant mountain a youth walks alone towards the high peaks. Arrives reflective of humanity, life, and wondering a part to play. A vision unfolds of all that has been and of what can be. Then returns to walk a path praying for the best for all thru-out time.

Elsewhere, an elder experiences the fruition of a hearts dream that has taken years to bring to success.

Others watch and inspiration blossoms deep within.

It’s no wonder my mind wanders in awe of it all…

Not so far in the distant future, the next generation will look back at our
generation as the last of the “fire era” and know that the term “energy shortage”
was a term for un-enlightened minds.-gbgoble2009


  1. It would be nice if humanity is evolving toward a kinder and gentler world, but evolution is brutal (“survival of the fittest”). We need to create the world in, not our own image, but our best conceived image. In other words, the model we ought to pursue might not be the most efficient, but the one that maximizes success while at the same time maximizes happiness.

    BTW Einstein: God does throw the dice (quantum mechanics), but mankind can game the system!

    1. With the propensity for mankind to game the system (cheatin’ greedy horders) I’m surprised we’ve made it this far. Perhaps our good traits outweigh the bad and may be growing.
      Empathy, intelligence, and compassion are traits of humanity.
      Our ability to cooperate and work together may be our strongest survival trait.
      Evolution is brutal, If we do not evolve beyond this bad habit of destroying ourselves and our biosphere we may not survive. We need to learn from our mistakes, and often we do.
      The theory is that we have been evolving. So much of our survival instinct is unreasonably fearsome; perhaps that is being replaced by a more reasonable fear? A fear that we must evolve or perish.
      No answers. Observations and a theoretical hypothesis about our evolution based on the fact that cold fusion will fuel the next step. Truth be told cold fusion adds to my hopefullness.

  2. One of the issues is that philanthropic human progress is not always in the interests of those profiting from an economy of scarcity. If such people are in the political majority then the economy of scarcity may be perpetuated for no reason other than to keep the profits rolling in.

    In a similar manner, the medieval church suppressed science to maintain its own power, because such power depended on public ignorance.

    Fossil fuel companies are frequently accused of this, but in reality the coventional heavy engineering firms would have plenty of work to do building fusion power stations, so a breakthrough won’t leave them out of a job. No. The main opposition will come from renewables installers, who are presently making a mint from government subsidies. It’s a reasonable bet these people would NOT want to see any kind of fusion (or thorium fission) breakthroughs, and will therefore oppose spending on such research.

    The fact is that energy generation research of all kinds is severely underfunded, and that includes conventional hot fusion. Most of the spare public money is going into subsidizing ‘renewables’ which we already know cannot deliver what the vendors claim. This situation needs to be changed if any breakthrough is to happen.

  3. The belief in the value of struggle is at the root of people’s reality. A child will often blame themselves when mother or father or other is abusing them. I submit that that pattern extends into the grown-up years.

    You can get energy out of people by hitting them(physically, emotionally, mentally,spiritually) just like you can get energy out of an atom by hitting it via fission.
    What does this movement to fusion reflect with regards to human interaction? Perhaps we can get more energy out of people by inspiring them to “fuse” their real self. People coming together within themselves. It’s happening and perhaps that is why it is reflecting in the physical reality of LENR (fusion).

  4. Hey Greg,

    “POWER TO THE PEOPLE!!” Old words; expanded meaning. If it isn’t evolution in the strictest biological sense, it certainly looks as though it will be in a massively physical and social sense.

    Up happens, Paul

  5. Great essay. You may like this essay I sent to Rossi last year which touches on related issues of “profit” and the transformation of our socioeconomics as a “phase change” back to abundance thinking:
    “The key point here is that breakthrough clean energy technologies will change the very nature of our economic system. They will shift the balance between four different interwoven economies we have always had (subsistence, gift, planned, and exchange). Inventors who have struggled so hard in a system currently dominated by exchange may have to think about the socioecenomic implications of their invention in causing a permanent economic phase change. A clean energy breakthrough will probably create a different balance of those four economies like toward greater local subsistence and more gift giving (as James P. Hogan talks about in Voyage From Yesteryear). So, to focus on making money in the old socioeconomic paradigm (like by focusing on restrictive patents) may be very ironic, compared to freely sharing a great gift with the world that may change the overall dynamics of our economy to the point where money does not matter very much anymore. “

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