Meaningful Change Icebreaker

A Meaningful Change Icebreaker1.1

A thought experiment, among many, demonstrating
how a Healthier People Interacting with a Healthier Planet  works.

The Circle of Life1 has put the crude petroleum industry, and its many connected industries in play.2 While business-as-usual itself is at risk, one can also expect the unlocking of billions of dollars in financial value along with major biological improvements in water quality and the environment. Meaningful changes in societal, cultural and other social domains are anticipated.

Some might consider the above disruptive and chaotic risk to be avoided. Others may view the above as something to be embraced. Regardless of your views, a hedge2—protection against loss—is needed until all this gets sorted out.

But not just any hedge. What is needed is a holistic hedge that works within the basics of the Circle of Life3—where because everything is connected to everything else—even contracts against possible loss—work differently.

We are selling tickets to how all this works. We recognize how many money managers are among those struggling to find viable places to put their money to work4. This multi-trillion dollar power move provides that and more…

We know this sounds fanciful, even fraudulent, but the only thing that gets broken are the cultural norms of a few formally privileged industries. Chief among them crude petroleum and finance.

Do you want to hear more?

Regenerative Agriculture’s double digit market reduction effect on crude petroleum, and its many downstream industries has a spill over affect into the finance industry.

The net effect is many more hundreds of billions of dollars (trillions-?) coming on to an already over supplied global cash market. It is too early to tell what effects this extra amount of cash, added to the underperforming trillions already in the hands of private equity, impact investors and private foundations will have on the many trillions put on the market by the United States and other governments.

For us, with traditional hedges no longer seen performing, the real question is, “What is a money manager to do?”

We are selling tickets to front row seats to how a meaningful holistic hedge for all this chaos works. Our unique “more-for-less live & learn” demonstrations work in a way empowering you to learn and better understand how Financial, Logistical, Analytical, Biological, Social things interact and connect differently in the Circle of Life.5

As you can see, in the Circle of Life,6 even formally “protected” institutions—like education itself—work differently—because in the Circle of Life, all life forms are herd species.

We are offering a ticket to a performance where we show you how to do this all on your own. That is how all this works.

Holistic hedges work differently than investments. They are not simple. There is nothing straight-forward about them. It is the execution of the holistic hedge which makes new holistic investments work with the Circle of Life7 possible.

These holistic investments provide the ‘doing well by doing good’ component many retail investors are demanding. In other words, it is the holistic hedge that brings E.S.G. investing, climate change, water quality and other environmentalism to a whole new positive level.

Part of the “works differently” is ticket pricing. Much like how the Circle of Life8 works to include all, so does ticket pricing. As this demonstration progresses, each ticket’s financial pricing will span a continuum from zero on one end to nine figures on the other.

Sound doubtful?

How are we so sure of ourselves?

In the Circle of Life,9 all life forms are herd species.

We understand what is in short supply within this oversupplied cash market is what is always the case before all Black Swan events become known—a lack of imagination.

We know many money managers are struggling to find viable places to put their money to work. We have an idea that provides ample opportunity to meet E.S.G. and other financial targets as well as unlocking constraints to improving water quality, climate changes, all while doing well by doing good.

If you are seeking a better way to put your money back to work, maybe now is the time to buy a ticket to a demonstration of how this is done…


  1. “In one of the very first scenes of the 1994 Disney classic The Lion King, we see King Mufasa talking to his son, Simba.”

    “Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance,” he says. “As king, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures, from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope.”

    “But, dad, don’t we eat the antelope?” Simba asks in confusion."

    “Yes, Simba, but let me explain,” Mufasa begins. “When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass. And so we are all connected in the great Circle of Life.”  ↩

  2. Chief among them farming, food, healthcare and not to mention how government gets done.

    • Surfacing in the adjacency is this article, Firms Like Dow Bet Billions on Plastics. Now There’s a Glut. It is an excellent illustration of the important role being able to self–heal through the self–balancing of first materials—time, space and resources.
    • Specifically we reference how in the circle of life industries, like farming, food and healthcare, as in the crude petroleum, its downstream petrochemical industries and the even further downstream industries that consume petroleum and petrochemical products—like farming, food and healthcare—one has to factor in a host of ratios of ratios—otherwise system collapse happens in the most unexpected ways.  ↩
      • For illustration purposes we find it helps for one to think in terms of…
        • Dominos initially arranged where physically they are very far apart until a collapse of one, leads to the collapse of many…
    • The open question we are watching now play out is:
      • After the Covid–19 pandemic “subdues what had been rapid growth in demand for plastics.”, can the crude petroleum industry, and it’s many allied industries, withstand even more diminishing demand—like the one regenerative agriculture has set into motion?
      • Of the many allied and adjacent industries of great interest to us is the financial industry.
        • Can the financial industry—already deep into its own glut of oversupplied raw material (cash)—really withstand much more supply coming on to the market?

    Are perviously considered “safe” adjacencies, once considered to far away from crude petroleum—like Silicon Valley Venture Capital, East Coast Private Equity, Private Foundations, Impact Investors and many others, really that safe?

  3. “In one of the very first scenes of the 1994 Disney classic The Lion King, we see King Mufasa talking to his son, Simba.”

    “Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance,” he says. “As king, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures, from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope.”

    “But, dad, don’t we eat the antelope?” Simba asks in confusion."

    “Yes, Simba, but let me explain,” Mufasa begins. “When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass. And so we are all connected in the great Circle of Life.”  ↩

  4. Our subject food as healthcare, and its closely related topic at a deeper level soils as healthcare treat the world as an integrated or holistic1 organism—where everything connects to everything else, and more…

    We understand our “the parts of something are intimately interconnected and explicable only by reference to the whole” or holistic1 worldview is not unique.

    What is unique is how we behave—the way we think, decide and act—as if the world can run this way.

    Because when Nature1 is your silent partner, this is how the world really does work. We are living proof.

    For example, the way we write is much more precise than most experience. For an example of this example check out this notion1:

    "Money Managers is a placeholder phrase for any number of specific communities seeking to find meaning1.1, 1.2 and relevance:  ↩

    • common everyday folk of many races, colors, origins, sexual preferences, religions (or not), ages, political views (or not), and more…
    • “Subject Matter Experts” struggling to put their expertise to work:
      • soil scientists
      • teachers
      • chefs
      • federal, state, municipalities officials
      • higher education institutions (foundations, provosts)
      • trust fund managers
      • real estate managers
      • environmentalists
      • business office support crew
      • religious leaders of all faiths
      • and more…
  5. “In one of the very first scenes of the 1994 Disney classic The Lion King, we see King Mufasa talking to his son, Simba.”

    “Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance,” he says. “As king, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures, from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope.”

    “But, dad, don’t we eat the antelope?” Simba asks in confusion."

    “Yes, Simba, but let me explain,” Mufasa begins. “When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass. And so we are all connected in the great Circle of Life.”  ↩

  6. “In one of the very first scenes of the 1994 Disney classic The Lion King, we see King Mufasa talking to his son, Simba.”

    “Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance,” he says. “As king, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures, from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope.”

    “But, dad, don’t we eat the antelope?” Simba asks in confusion."

    “Yes, Simba, but let me explain,” Mufasa begins. “When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass. And so we are all connected in the great Circle of Life.”  ↩

  7. “In one of the very first scenes of the 1994 Disney classic The Lion King, we see King Mufasa talking to his son, Simba.”

    “Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance,” he says. “As king, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures, from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope.”

    “But, dad, don’t we eat the antelope?” Simba asks in confusion."

    “Yes, Simba, but let me explain,” Mufasa begins. “When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass. And so we are all connected in the great Circle of Life.”  ↩

  8. “In one of the very first scenes of the 1994 Disney classic The Lion King, we see King Mufasa talking to his son, Simba.”

    “Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance,” he says. “As king, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures, from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope.”

    “But, dad, don’t we eat the antelope?” Simba asks in confusion."

    “Yes, Simba, but let me explain,” Mufasa begins. “When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass. And so we are all connected in the great Circle of Life.”  ↩

  9. “In one of the very first scenes of the 1994 Disney classic The Lion King, we see King Mufasa talking to his son, Simba.”

    “Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance,” he says. “As king, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures, from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope.”

    “But, dad, don’t we eat the antelope?” Simba asks in confusion."

    “Yes, Simba, but let me explain,” Mufasa begins. “When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass. And so we are all connected in the great Circle of Life.”  ↩