The question of How; How should new members be found? How are decisions made in the community? How do we define dialogues and dialectics? How are people organized? How are members elected to different positions? How does education occur? How are outside contracts decided on? How does the community help society at large? How does the community obtain money? How much do members earn in savings? How often should changes in leadership occur? How many people should be the maximum for a community? How should members be punished if there is an infringement of the rules? How should the rules be decided on? How should relationships and families be integrated into the community? How would the organization be viewed by government (foundation, charity, institution)? How will the community grow over time? How will the hierarchy of the organization be decided? How will the age of applicants affect the process of entrance? How should knowledge be distributed amongst the communities, members, public, world? How many languages should be learnt? How do we decide on purchases from savings? How prepared should every member be? How much space should each member have? How many luxuries should every member have? How many regulations should be made? How should the initial members be gathered? How should classes be organized? How would discoveries be attributed? How will timetables be established?
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Me: I can make the earth stop in its tracks. I made the blue cars go away. I can make myself invisible or small.