In this example description, an application is entered at the African Continent/Home Country (AF/HC) office after the following:
1. A person has found iron, another mineral, fertile land or land that can be made fertile on he/she's own land.
Example: No other persons living in the area in question. Moving people away and then finding things within the following 150 year period is not allowed in this concept. That period can be extended, if the measuring instrument that is used to make the find already existed when the persons were moved.
2. Patents are registered at the IPO/WIPO. If a country is not in the WIPO, patents will probably not be relevant to their way of life in this context. Those countries can still have a production economy.
3. In open country, the Home Country will decide how much land is classified for individual and or group ownership.
4. It is not allowed to find your minerals on other persons land.
5. It is left up to the Home Country to decide which land within their own borders is government land. That means access to land that is not classified as living space and is not officially owned by anyone. It will also decide on which public land private persons are allowed to discover minerals. People always had their living space and this document does not embed any requirements to change or modify any such things. Objects that are shown to be disputed, can not be introduced as Applications.
Example: In this context, there is a distinct difference between disputable and disputed, because the whole continent has predecessors.
6. In very many parts of the world, land was assigned to persons and those persons were defined to be the governors. Those governors then evolved to become the governments.
7. In this system, the Continent/Home Country (AF/HC) office does not evolve to become the government, because they are, as a group, already a part of it.
8. It is assumed here that everyone agrees that land ownership is initialized by the persons who live on it. Valid government documentation can modify that statement. Moving persons to other areas, does not change the ownership status.
Note: Statements have been documented, whereby persons have said that there was no one there, but that seems to have been only as far as the eyes could see.
Example: Water ownerships that could later personify themselves as not being without conflict are not allowed in this concept, because that would be introducing known malfunctions. Those persons will have to construct their own control structure.
9. Because a land owner does not or did not know about a mineral on his or her land, that can not make a finder the owner. Such finders will have to be paid another way, such as, as employees or patent owners.
10. To be clear, the idea here is to construct a path, through which patent and idea owners can also be paid specifically for being able to use minerals that are on their and other persons land, so that the system will work.
11. As far as motivation and success money is concerned, percentages works for many, but it does not work for the Design and Development Department, because at the start of a project there are no numbers available that can be used to calculate percentages. Another path, within human capability, must therefore be found. The landlord method, does not solve the problem, because it only propagates up to the mineral ownership.
Example: It is observed that an Aborigine was the first to envisage and produce a flying object. The problem was, how to get free men to join in further development at a place and time when there was no motivation money available.
12. When someone discovers a mineral, that person will register the discovery at their local registration office.
13. The application for financial coverage is made by the person that is defined to be the finder and it is propagated to the African Continent/Home Country (AF/HC) office.
14.The financial coverage will cover all persons that work on the mineral. From the extraction to finished products.
15. Finished products are usually bought by persons and companies who also get their money from the Continent/Home Country (AF/HC) office.
16. If the situation already looks like a zero sum calculation, that is theoretically correct.
Exports may sometimes seem to produce a temporary plus, but those will be individual and selected examples.
17. The usefulness (value) of products to buyers can only be measured by the buyers themselves, therefore everyone including governments will be buyers.
18. In this system, the origin of employees can not have any relevance at the African Continent level. Freedom of choice is left to the Home Country and it's citizens, because necessary patent backed technology and production will also come from across none African borders.
19. Once an Home Country has an application from a citizen, it and or the citizen goes to the (AF/HC) with it.
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