RadioBack is a concept that I first began to develop in 1998. It's gone through many iterations since, but the general premise remains the same. An imaginary spaceship boards adventurers eager to explore the outer edges of the Universe in search of information, knowledge, ideas and wisdom.
She travels at speeds beyond human comprehension. Her size fluctuates according to occupants. Her structure is metamorphic, ever-changing as it incorporates the new technology, business and educational ideas of those on board. The Starship is a vehicle built to vaporize boundaries and limitations. She will take us to the very brink of our imaginations. And with but a glimpse of visions to be, she engages the afterburners…………….blasting us forward, screaming to shatter the barriers of conventional thinking and complacency. How can a ship accomplish such noble tasks you ask? Because her fuel is the collective passion of those on board. The passion to learn, share knowledge, information and ideas. Through this collaborative effort she reaches destinations impossible for one human being.
The world is changing. And in order to survive and thrive we must travel beyond the horizon of what is to the world of what can be. People are out there already, working at the fringe. Their world teems with new ideas, concepts and innovation. This group is not defined by an existing generation such as X, Y or Boomers. Instead, the collective thread of sameness can be traced to their stoic will to discover, learn, collaborate and evolve. The average person is not aware of these folks. The insidious white noise of status-quo overwhelms most, shielding us from this new breed of people and the edge of the universe where they dwell.
We are hoping to change that. We have commissioned a spacecraft to traverse both time and space. We call her the Starship. Her mission is to explore and discover the universe of different and RadioBack the coordinates of those who are involved in the evolution of knowledge and its application, the environment, and the human race. Our journey to the Universe's edge is as much about living in the now as it is about discovery.