The Project Galileo Vision
Project Galileo represents a systematic process for the social, economic, cultural, and environmental rejuvenation of challenged cities, regions, and even entire countries.
We believe that even the poorest areas can be completely transformed into prosperous, productive, and sustainable communities. Over the past decade, our diverse Management and Innovation Team has developed a blueprint for revitalizing territories, and even whole nations, which is now in the early stages of implementation.
Human History’s future is a blank slate. We each have the power to draft the content of that future so that it encompasses our ideals–preserving and revitalizing both the environment and the best aspects of human societies.
Welcome to our new World, built upon classical foundations, with an eye towards the best of all possible futures.
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The 3 Terrestrial Cities of Science™ and the Mini City of Science™
– from the poem Kubla Khan (1797) by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Project Galileo’s 3 planned full-scale Terrestrial Cities of Science™, and our Mini City of Science™, will each reflect the history, past, present culture, and anticipated future of each of our 4 Host Countries: the Republics of Georgia, Haiti, and the Philippines, and the Kingdom of Thailand. Our 3 Terrestrial Cities aim to generate a minimum of 25,000 jobs each, and to serve as nucleus for the economic development and transformation of 3 of our Host Countries into modern, thriving nations within the global community. The Mini City of Science™, in Thailand, will serve as a tourist destination, technology showcase, and transaction platform for Project Galileo’s global activities.
The Virtual City of Science™
– Ray Bradbury
Project Galileo’s Virtual City of Science™ will be able to host millions of end-users, who can explore new forms of social media, share innovations, form a robust community, and propagate large-scale or small-scale transactions of goods and services, commodities, cryptocurrencies, and cash.
The currency that will be exclusively used within our Virtual City, for all transactions, will be the Galileo Monetary Unit™ (the “GMU“).
The Economy of the Virtual City of Science™, based in GMU’s, will be dynamic, and will include exchanges of raw materials and commodities, manufactured goods, fashion items, high-tech gadgets, rights, licenses, securities listed on our Junior Stock Exchanges, and virtual real estate within our well-designed, exploration-friendly urban, suburban, and rural spaces.
The 12 Funds of Project Galileo
Project Galileo will develop 12 investment funds, in 12 separate economic sectors: “The 12 Funds of Project Galileo” (the “Funds“). The diverse nature of the Funds’ stated purposes, the jurisdictions where they are operating, and the variety of international currencies within each of their combined investment portfolios, will serve as a hedge against various financial, political, and natural risks.
Half of each Fund’s investment capital will be allocated to financial instruments/transactions, and half of its investment capital will be invested into projects or enterprises within its specific Industry or Global Region. From this latter portion: a quarter of each Fund’s investments will be made within Project Galileo’s Virtual and Terrestrial Cities of Science™, and within our 4 Host Countries; and another quarter of each Fund’s portfolio will be available for investments throughout the World.
The main goal of the 12 Funds is to bring Project Galileo into being as a well-capitalized, robust group of institutions, for the benefit of our Host Countries.
10% of each Fund’s net pre-tax profits will be allocated to one or more of the 15 Foundations of Project Galileo, so that on a permanent basis, the Foundations will be economically sustainable. The supported Foundations will reciprocate with continuous promotional activities benefiting the global image and reputation of the Funds that support them.
The 15 Foundations of Project Galileo
The 15 Foundations of Project Galileo (the “Foundations”) are designed to support strategic humanitarian and environmental work within each of our 4 Host Countries (Haiti, Georgia, Thailand, and the Philippines), and throughout the rest of the World.
Each Foundation will have access to the 300 Technologies of Project Galileo, including numerous sustainable/green technologies. The 15 Foundations will be advised by L’Institut, one of the 5 Consortium Member Organizations managing Project Galileo, representing an active, mobile think tank for economic development and cultural and environmental preservation of each of our Host Countries.
The Foundations will be supported by 10% of the pre-tax profits of each of the 12 Funds of Project Galileo, in perpetuity, allowing them to pursue their primary humanitarian or environmental purpose.
The 300 Technologies of Project Galileo
– Joseph Wood
Project Galileo encompasses 300 technologies, serving and enhancing all industrial and economic sectors. This collection, begun by Mr. Cleante Vitali decades ago in Europe and Asia, is both disruptive and transformational. More important than individual technologies are the innovators who create them, who need support, recognition, and security for themselves and their families. The Terrestrial Cities of Science™ will provide a safe harbor for these important scientists and technologists, and for the release, display, and global propagation of their inventions, as products or concepts, to better the human condition and save the environment.
The 5 Financial Engines of Project Galileo
– Alistair Darling
The Great Economy of the State of California originated with its 2 junior stock exchanges, one specializing in resource companies (such as gold mines and silver mines), and the other raising funds for both the Mining Industry in the American West, and key Economic Sectors such as Agriculture, giving birth to the California Wine Industry, railroads and communications companies, and the whole spectrum businesses that built California from a sparsely populated wilderness to the fifth largest economy in the World, surpassing France. To build the economies of our 3 planned Terrestrial Cities of Science™, and our Host Countries, we have, in the same spirit, incorporated the foundation of 2 Junior Stock Exchanges per City, in both physical and digital form, including our Innovation Exchange™ and the First Nations Stock Exchange™: 2 of Project Galileo’s Financial Engines. Other Financial Engines, to grow the personal economies of our Citizens, as well as regions where we construct our Terrestrial Cities, include the GMU, our Christian Bank (CBank™), and a Polygraphics Production Facility.
As a child, I dared to dream that someday, I would explore and cultivate the depths of the oceans like Captain Nemo, as immortalized by James Mason, or that I could identify new oceanic species, and promote the environmental preservation of the World’s Oceans, like Jacques Cousteau.
Almost a half century later, I had the extraordinary chance to realize this dream, with our group of companies having been invited to become a sponsor of the research dive into the Great Blue Hole of Belize, in December, 2018, as organized by Aquatica Submarines, Inc. of British Columbia, Canada, in association with Sir Richard Branson, Fabien Cousteau (the grandson of Jacques Cousteau), and Discovery Channel–see Discovery Live: Into the Blue Hole…