On the work of Bio®evolutionsfond

Plant no. 1, proudly presented by Bio®evolutionsfond: A phytic organism of extra-human height, which can assimilate and hold human beings. If humans enter the cup-shaped organism, it swiftly embraces them completely by slightly contracting and enveloping their skin with the inner membrane of its cup. The inside of the cup’s surface secretes juices which make the human skin more permeable for fine turned out micro-rhizomes, which then enter the human tissue. The rhizomes quickly grow into the human organism and penetrate its tissues. At the same time, an intensive cellular metabolism sets in between the two connected organisms. The phytic organism then starts to deactivate the genes on their molecular level and to infil­trate its own, highly active plasmides into the alien cell nucleus. As a result, a blending of the human and phytic organisms sets in on various levels. The boundaries between the two organisms dissolve. Both the organisms fuse.

The first Bio®evolutionsfond (Bi®ef) and eBio®
(Supporting the future biological-aesthetic®evolution with the capital of the presence)

eBio® will be founded around the turn of the millennium. The prevailing discourse on biology, socio-biology and post-capitalist political models has produced an incre­a­singly clear vision of a model for life that is more aligned with the biolo­gical core of human beings and the biolo­gical world. The model of a new political system is developed on the basis of an initiative of European political theorists, artists, biolo­gists and other experts. On the premises of the present civiliz­ation and its possi­bi­lities, a way of communal living is sketched out, in which man’s dominance is trans­formed into a humble commitment to the biolo­gical movements. An evolu­tionary phase is imminent. Higher life chances for new and existing organisms will be the consequence.

The Bio®evolutionsfond will finance this under­taking. The develo­pment of concepts is initiated. Confe­rences are organised. Proba­tionary commu­nities and model projects will be founded. These ventures will result in the foundation of eBio®. Finally, a virtually uninha­bited area is identified, which will be willingly handed over by its government for the estab­lishment of a model state. Most of its inhabi­tants are supposed to origi­nally come from this region and are thought to transform a formerly unusable marshland into fertile land by biolo­gical processes. The inhabi­tants will be chosen by a committee. They will apply for it volun­tarily. A large part of the committee will want to move to eBio®, too.

In the land of plants, animals and humans

The first Biocra­ti­c­Re­public (eBio®) will most probably be located in the former area of the Russian Federation. Its area – 20,000 square kilometres – stretches over 56 kilometres from north to south and over 65 kilometres from west to east. The whole area of eBio®, as it has been planned, will be situated in the former, virtually uninha­bited marshland of the Belorussian Soviet Union. The area south of Minsk is known as Pripjet Marsh­lands. According to the plans, eBio® will cover the former uncul­ti­vated marsh­lands of Belorussia. In the histo­ri­cally brief span of 50 years, eBio® can be developed from a backward marshland into the model for future life on earth.

eBio®’s capitol will be Planta. The whole landscape is biolo­gi­cally designed. Typical for the newly to be developed landscape are hilly planes of small size. Soil-diver­si­fying organisms will transform the region into a fertile, varied landscape. The soil will be inters­persed with organisms. Micro-destroyers and metre-long flatworms will change the whole physical, chemical and biolo­gical quality of the soil. Out of a poor area will result a fertile place of diver­sified life forms.

Origi­nally, the Belorussian landscape was charac­te­rized by wide hilly planes. The lands­capes bordering to eBio® are described in an adver­ti­sement as follows: »behind a dark forest stretches a rye field followed by undulating, sometimes swampy meadows. A river runs through, or a lake, hidden behind thick brushwood. And then there is forest again.«

eBio®’s soil mainly consists of spodosol, loam, sandy loam and sand. The whole area had been quite watery before the trans­for­mation of its soil. eBio® is located in the moderate climatic zone on the line of the west winds. The sea climate eventually turns into a more conti­nental climate. The annual average tempe­rature is seven degrees. Winter lasts for about three months, spring for about two, summer for five and autumn for two months at the most. The annual rainfall is on average 500-700 milli­metres, which is favourable for agriculture. A large river, formerly called Pripjet, runs through the area. The river and its tribu­taries belong to the basin of the Black Sea. The river flows quietly and slowly without meeting any signi­ficant obstacles on its way. The lakes of the area have crystal clear water and are surrounded by picaresque, predo­mi­nantly wooded banks and beaches. The forests consist mainly of oak trees, spruces, white beeches, alders and ash trees. Elm, lime, apple and pear trees can also be found, as can massive peat deposits. 

The few people who used to inhabit the area of eBio® are East Slavonic. Fifty years after its foundation, the republic counted 800,000 inhabi­tants. The native inhabi­tants spoke Belorussian, a language which is related to Russian and Ukrainian in terms of grammar and lexical structure. Out of respect for the original native culture, Belorussian was defined as first language of eBio®.

In the histo­ri­cally brief span of 50 years, eBio® will develop from a backward marshland into the model for future life on earth. This consistent, dynamic develo­pment, which will be visible in the formation of eBio®, will make it possible for organisms to transform themselves funda­mentally with incre­asing speed. After periods of slow change, nature has created a tool in human beings which can finally bring the potential created and stored by nature to fruition. The natural and social evolution is steering towards the benefit of the world and the happiness of its inhabitants.

Religion will disappear. This medium for the appeasement and reassurance of the masses is no longer needed. At the same time, morals formerly justified by religion will disappear, too. Marriage will become partnership. The communal life of humans, animals and plants will not be guided by Christian principles anymore but will exist on the basis of the diversity of the existing as well as histo­rical models of society and on the basis of innovation and creativity. 

In this landscape, sensuality will be set free and social chaos will be replaced by happy people.