Universal Communications Protocol

Stages of Adoption

  1. Mutual respect for alternative approaches and inter-disciplinary perspectives.
  2. A cultural shift towards a Compete to Collaborate framework where alternative approaches are celebrated and tested for compatibility. Practical solutions include the formation of global communities which host conferences and events centered around intersecting areas of research.
  3. Networks require a common language to bridge multi-disciplinary fields. To accelerate the evolution of any narrow research target, scientists must periodically exchange DNA with unfamiliar and often divergent interpretations of reality.
  4. Human perception is overwhelmingly influenced by the way information is processed and categorized. The implied relationships between various scientific doctrines is woefully myopic and occasionally anti-social. The focus on interactions between multiple technical methodologies is necessary for fundamental research and imaginative science. The underlying ecology of scientific research and development must be revisited and enhanced with functional anthropology.
  5. An atmosphere of cooperation, open data exchange and high-throughput communication necessitate a broad discipline inclusive eCOsystem. Currently under development!