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“You never change something by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”

R. Buckminster Fuller

Fleet Réalta Cooperatives, intended as a unique Non-Profit Mutual Benefit Corporation, a Co-operative Capitalist, Federated  Union of Worker Cooperatives governed by a Technocratic variant of Sociocracy.

Much as a federal credit union, we strive to enable Economic Democracy for Social Democracy by technically extending those business fundamentals, providing deeply engaged fiscal sponsorship to our Maker Cooperatives through Critical Intelligence and Infrastructure as a Service.

This level of high personalization reduces systemic costs, while better managing the inherent risks of innovation characteristically borne by this primary constituency and their corresponding Ancillary Cooperative service organizations.

Fleet Réalta Cooperatives are Cultural Technology designed to collaboratively visualize, analyze, synthesize, manage together, to continuously optimize human strengths, accommodate human limitations.

As a union, we are uncompromisingly dedicated to serving the public good via public-private partnerships, building instrumental fusions of software, hardware, wetware that promote healthy, fit, thriving communities through the reinvention of critical infrastructure.

In the execution of our ArtScience, we own a moral context that demands the processes of labor and its fruit be equitably just in its apportionment, accessible and accountable, characteristically adaptive, flexible, and highly resilient, for life and prosperity in a volatile world.

Makers Making A Better Living.

The Three Laws of Making

  1. When any presumed scientific authority states that something is possible to make, they are almost certainly right, and whenever such an authority states that something is impossible to make, they are in all probability wrong.
  2. The only way of discovering the limits of “The Possible” is to risk our time, talent, and treasure to venture just a little way beyond that into “The Impossible”.
  3. The associated risk of these ventures must be predicated on their potential for ensuring the fitness of our species to survive, executing them in form and in function, so advanced as to appear indistinguishable from magic.

Inspired by Arthur C. Clarke’s Three Laws