FMF Newsletter - 18 January 2023

18 January 2023

The FMF's annual R1 Million Challenge initiative is open. 
Please click HERE for more information and to support us, and watch the three videos below...



The dumbing down of power

Some activities are just not suitable for a majority vote. What you choose to have for dinner is not a matter that you would submit to a committee for a decision. You might get a family consensus on shared meals, and on a special occasion you might really take a family vote, but most would find it absurd to seek a decision from an outside group or the city council.
Similarly, when you purchase a personal item at a shop, the transaction is between you and the people running that shop. It is what we call a bilateral decision: there are only two parties involved. You have the best sense of what you wish to purchase and, with only two parties involved, the transaction can be simple and quick. Shifting that decision to a committee would slow down everything and you would be at risk of receiving an item that you would not have chosen for yourself.


Dr Richard J Grant

A fan was so inspired by the FMF’s one-word electricity solution, that he has begun a petition promoting it.
His goal is to reach 10,000,000 signatures and he needs your support. You can read more and sign the petition here:
Please also consider sharing the link with your networks.

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