Neothink Business Alliance – Unlocking Free Market Potential

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Neothink Business Alliance
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Mark Hamilton guides the Neothink Society and oversees an organization that stands at the forefront of many of the issues facing society today, from politics to human health. Mark Hamilton has developed a number of revolutionary business processes that he brings together in ways that benefit members through the Neothink Business Alliance.

The aim of the Alliance is to leverage marketplace mechanisms and the economic clout of members in enabling the super puzzle to be completed. Doing so will solve key issues associated with aging and open practical pathways toward biological immortality. The Alliance embodies a new business philosophy that encompasses vendors and suppliers who share a mission of moving beyond the “white collar hoax” and unlocking the vast potential of truly free markets and laissez-faire capitalism.

Neothink Business Alliance solutions are geared both to entrepreneurs with a vision they would like to turn into reality and existing companies with value-creating processes in place. Aspects of this include the Marketing Hub and Master Minds, which bring together thought leaders spanning the arts, sciences, and business communities.

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Three Money-Saving Tips for Visiting the Grand Canyon

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Grand Canyon
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An economics graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Mark Hamilton is the author of the Neothink Manuscripts, a collection of writings focused on subjects like economics, politics, religion, and business. In addition to his work with Neothink, Mark Hamilton is also a cofounder of Skywalk Development, LLC, the company responsible for the construction of the Grand Canyon Skywalk.

In addition to attractions like the Skywalk, the Grand Canyon offers its visitors many unique opportunities to appreciate the beauty of one of the seven natural wonders of the world. To get the most out of a trip to the Grand Canyon, visitors should consider the following tips.

1. To avoid large crowds and long wait times for burro rides and tours, consider visiting the Grand Canyon in the offseason. The busiest times for visitors are between the end of May and the beginning of September. The fewest number of visitors arrive between December and February.

2. Save money on overnight stays in the area by renting a campground rather than booking a hotel room. Weather permitting, camping provides a way for families to spend a weekend enjoying the beauty of the canyon at a fraction of the price.

3. Taking a shuttle bus around the South Rim is a great way to view the canyon, allowing visitors to save money on gas and relax as they take in the sights. As a bonus, all of the shuttle buses at Grand Canyon National Park allow visitors to ride free of charge.

Ideal – Ayn Rand’s Posthumous Novel

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Ideal
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Mark Hamilton founded Neothink, which includes writings and philosophies on a wide range of subjects. One of the authors who inspired Mark Hamilton in the creation of Neothink was Ayn Rand, best known for books such as Atlas Shrugged.

In 2015, Rand’s book Ideal was published posthumously. The book tells the story of an actress named Kay Gonda, on the run after being suspected of killing a billionaire with whom she’d had dinner. Equipped with letters from six different fans, she seeks help from them but is disappointed until she meets her last fan, who frames himself to save her.

Although Rand wrote this book in 1934, it remained unknown by her many fans for decades. The play version of this work was published in the collection The Early Ayn Rand. At the time she wrote it, Rand was 29 and working as a screenwriter in Hollywood. Unable to find a producer who would take on the project, Rand went on to publish other work. Ideal had a critical reception because of a perceived lack of conflict in the story.

Grand Canyon Skywalk Gets Cleaned in 2016

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Mark Hamilton, Neothink

Mark Hamilton is the founder and owner of the Neothink Society, which was inspired by the work of his father, scientist Frank Wallace. Beyond his work with Neothink, Mark Hamilton contributed to the Grand Canyon Skywalk as a design and finance partner.

The Skywalk is a U-shaped glass bridge that affords immersive views of the Grand Canyon. Suspended 4,000 feet off the ground, it is difficult to clean, but in May of 2016, technicians completed the job.

Using tools such as a camera that permitted live streaming, technicians could communicate with engineers while seeking out parts of the bridge that needed repairs or additional work. Although being so high off the ground might seem daunting, Abseilon USA Rope Access technician Casey Gilmore explains that the workers, focused on the task at hand, soon forgot about the possibility of falling. All received special training so they could understand the intricacies of the unique structure.

Mark Hamilton Financial Backer for the Grand Canyon Skywalk

 

The Prime Cure – Toward a Neothink System of Human Health

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The Prime Cure
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Mark Hamilton leads the Neothink Society, which provides members from diverse segments of American society with entrepreneurial, creative ways of achieving fulfillment and success in life. Mark Hamilton has written extensively about Neothink. One very well-received book is The Prime Cure, a 2,800-page volume on health that sets out a cause-and-effect paradigm for achieving a practical solution for our most pressing issues.

One key facet of this involves truly understanding the components that make life meaningful. Through living creative existences free from stagnation and a sense of following orders, people gain a desire to live longer. This in turn drives scientific efforts to discover a way to overcome the aging process, just as earlier research led to the development of vaccines to eradicate polio and malaria.

Unleashing the scientific community’s potential to find a cure for aging involves unlocking the power of freedom and wealth and directing it in a focused manner, Mr. Hamilton theorizes. This will lead in turn to a demand-and-supply matrix that takes human needs into real consideration and will provide a fast track to life unimpaired by the inevitability of aging.

Mark Hamilton’s Twelve Visions Party

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Twelve Visions Party
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The author of the Neothink Manuscripts, Mark Hamilton is also the founder of the Twelve Visions Party, which is part of his Neothink Society.

The Twelve Visions Party is based on the idea that every government in society has used force. The Twelve Visions Party, however, seeks to eliminate the use of force.

One of the main ideas of the Twelve Visions Party states, “The purpose of human live is to prosper and live happily.” The Twelve Visions Party’s Prime Law also states that the government will “provide the conditions that let individuals fulfill that purpose.”

Mark Hamilton believes that if the use of force in government was banished, individuals would have the ability to be happy, wealthy, and prosperous. Hamilton also believes that in this way of life, it would be easier for scientific research to occur and business would flourish.

The Twelve Visions Party has had some success in the political arena. In the 2012 general presidential election, the party’s candidates were in seventh place and in 2013, a Twelve Visions Party member came in third in the race to fill Senator John Kerry’s seat.