IHC : how would it work

how would IHC work

Europeiska flaggan

4 freedooms

the 5th framework the freedoom of knowledge moovement

Chordis 6

the framework 7


as the price for the 2012 is the inshurance of being placed in a new programme of events so that paying 1 billion is actually twice the fee as inclusive of the return to whatever new civilisation had anything happened.

The coorporate defines the civilisation the civilisation defines the price..time can wait however for thoose who use time mashines as a certain guarantee that a new civilisation will also imply a new genetic chance with the same body mind set &/or mind body set.



Basis 1 thoose who give their alter ego a personal or detached intervju

.question: hey what do you think of society

answer: I think its good ,there is a lot of VOX POULI and I accept that as myself being part of the common TICKET in life


.In EU this system is 2 years running late: the functionings of a INSTITUTIONAL usage of media formats. their educative backgrounds, the ownership of media coverage and all the airing time plus the ownership of a lottery and the franchise regulations made not by one state owned partnership but the  national formats of many nations in a EU type government..

gets the prospective developer a budget of about a billion dollar: the complex basis is the fact that noone can use this to get his or hers own way:





Why , because the contract of word does not hold for a questionare on the street when the whole format is a basis of contract of legal documentations…which define a contract as a non return

where in the case of HIC the non return is incoorporated




on a higher certificate basis of being one of the few

By Henryk Szubinski

The VOX POULI is as far from EOurope as Australia is on the alternate hemisphere of the Earth

.Its integration with cultures from all over the world has worked on the common good of a 200 year old colonial prison for convicts sent there from England during the 17 00 s

As true as a liar who could be sent to a colony in Australia for the durations of a lifetime and have the mark of the Worker who has to pay or do good to become integrated . This occured at about 1800 for most of the Colonialists and the concept of Vox POPULI is more than a concept . It is the basic feeling amongst all Australians.





In November 1978, a small group of the world’s most powerful business leaders and former government officials held a summit to assess possible threats to humankind.

Top scientists outlined a wide range of scientific and historical evidence indicating that in the year 2012, a series of factors would align, resulting in the destruction of the entire world. The scientists also concluded that these events could not be prevented.

Those at the summit agreed to invest significant resources in the formation of an international committee. This covert task force would monitor the threat and develop plans to guarantee the survival of the human race. This group became known as the Institute for Human Continuity.

For the next 30 years, the IHC operated in secret, carrying out initiatives and tests in hundreds of field locations and covert research centers around the world.

In 2004 two scientists, Professor Frederic West and Dr. Satnam Tsurutani, confirmed the odds of global destruction were projected at 94%, and advised that specific survival preparations must begin immediately to ensure the survival of a small population.

The governments of the world refused to listen.

In 2008, the group announced a plan calling for the establishment of a random lottery that would give all humans an equal shot at survival. It was also agreed that the IHC would go public.



the public HIC is the chance at being on TV or RADIO to voice the basic requirement

It is in General the VOX POPULI of a intervju on any legal




Vox populi (pronounced /ˈvɒks ˈpɒpjʉlaɪ/[1] VOKS POP-ew-lye), a Latin phrase that literally means voice of the people, is a term often used in broadcastingfor interviews with members of the “general public”.

Vox pop, the man in the street


A vox pop interview

Usually the interviewees are shown in public places, and supposed to be giving spontaneous opinions in a chance encounter — unrehearsed persons, not selected in any way. As such, broadcast journalists almost always refer to them as the abbreviated vox pop. In U.S. broadcast journalism it is often referred to as a man on the street interview or M.O.T.S..[citation needed]

Because the results of such an interview are unpredictable at best, usually vox pop material is edited down very tightly. This presents difficulties ofbalance, in that the selection used ought to be, from the point of view of journalistic standards, a fair cross-section of opinions.

Although the two can be quite often confused, a vox pop is not a form of a survey. Each person is asked the same question, the aim is to get a variety of answers and opinions on any given subject. Journalists are usually instructed to approach a wide range of people to get varied answers from different points of view. The interviewees should be of various ages, genders, classes and communities so that the diverse views and reactions of the general people will be known. Generally, the vox pop question will be asked of different persons in different parts of streets or public places. But as an exception, in any specific topic or situation which is not concerned to general people, the question can be asked only in a specific group to know what the perception/reaction is of that group to the specific topic or issue; e.g., a question can be asked to a group of students about the quality of the education.



Proverbial use

Often quoted as, Vox populi, vox dei (/ˈvɒks ˈpɒpjəlaɪ ˈvɒks ˈdeɪ.aɪ/), “The voice of the people [is] the voice of God”, is an old proverb often erroneously attributed to William of Malmesbury in the twelfth century.[2]

Another early reference to the expression is in a letter from Alcuin to Charlemagne in 798, although it is believed to have been in earlier use.[3] The full quotation from Alcuin reads:

Nec audiendi qui solent dicere, Vox populi, vox Dei, quum tumultuositas vulgi semper insaniae proxima sit.[4]

English translation:

And those people should not be listened to who keep saying the voice of the people is the voice of God, since the riotousness of the crowd is always very close to madness.[5]

The usage indicates that the phrase had long since become an aphorism of common political wisdom by Alcuin and Charlemagne’s time.




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