Okay, So Esperanto Failed,but....

Okay, so Esperanto failed,but.... the babbel fish is up and running and the Internet is successfully generating a multinational unified culture.

Now all I have to do is work out:

1. The curriculum.

2. The multi-perspective; multi-framing; multi-phrasing pictographic language.

3. The exergonic impact impulse generator dynamic.

4. The computational modeling system for subatomic resolution dynamic modeling of organic matter.

5. A comprehensive multicultural explanative thesis of the human condition, with implied axioms and resulting doctrine.

6. an electrovoltaic network of algae, system based on the life cycle of anarobic bacteria super colonies.

7. A clean way to smelt copper.

8. And finish up that satire / cynicism  detector.


identitytwo identitytwo
36-40, M
3 Responses Mar 19, 2009

Esperanto hasn't failed - it simply never had any chance to succeed. If it had, then all the world would speak heppily esperanto now instead of this broken English.

Esperanto ne malsuksesis vi eraras rigardu la interreton serchu -esperanto hasn't failed is stronger than ever on the net go check it out!! yeah it's much smaller language than english but that had a thousand year head start.

It sounds like you have your work cut out for you, and although some of your goals seem impractical with the current technology, I have several projects which you might find interesting until civilization catches up with you.l