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Welcome to Tetworld!

The Tetworld: Peace Through Development Game is based upon the concept of a world game, as proposed by R. Buckminster Fuller, in his book, "Utopia or Oblivion" (1969), in which he proposes that teams and players from around the world, gather to "play" a computer-based game with the objective of "Making the World Work for Everyone"--for 100% of humanity.

Game Abstract:
The picture above is of a "Tetrahedron", a geometric polygon with 4 sides. The "conceptual", 4-dimensional tetrahedron, is the Tetworld "gameboard". Each "corner" of the gameboard tetrahedron has a different function.

  1. Corner A is "Essential and a Nuclear Simplex" and represents: Global Purpose and Integrity.

  2. Corner B is "Existential and an Operational Complex" and represents: Global Data Development.

  3. Corner C is "Substance and a Functional Singularity" and represents: Strategic Global Planning/Gaming.

  4. Corner D is "Evidence and a Diversified Plurality" and represents: Global Solutions/Applications.

  • Along the edges of the Tetworld gameboard flow specific kinds of information, to and from each corner to the other 3 corners.


The Tetworld Story: The most recent update of the Tetworld Story.
Achieving Peace: A New Paradigm (Part 1) : The Peace rationale for Tetworld
Achieving Peace (Part 2): Scarcity vs. Plenitude: The importance of Scarcity vs. Plenitude
Belize Country Profile, Part 1: An introduction to Belize, Central America
Belize Country Profile, Part 2: An introduction to Belize, Central America
Belize Country Profile, Part 3: Exhaustive overview of Belize, Central America
The Tetrahedron Trust: The Foundation For the Future also uses the tetrahedron

brought to you by Mark Siegmund

Please return to Tetworld often, as changes and updates are ongoing. Specifically over the next several months, several new pages are planned including 1. An Essay--"Liberating the Future from the Past?" and, "Liberating the Past from the Future?" 2. A Proposal for Tetworld game startup 3. A Proposed Model/Prototype--Belize, Central America 4. How to Play?

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