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GMODebate.org seeks to advance pioneering philosophy, with particular emphasis on developing theories of morality and nature protection. Our aim is to transcend the current anthropocentric GMO debate through groundbreaking philosophical inquiry.

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About the founder

Oosterbeek

The founder, Mr. Jan Jaap Hakvoort, was raised in the greenest village of Europe (as recognized by Entente Florale Europe), Oosterbeek, Netherlands.

While growing up in such a clean and natural environment, Hakvoort's inclination to nature protection may have been influenced by culture. This formative influence manifested in a pivotal decision during his youth: to abstain from drug use, despite its prevalence among some of his tougher peers, for the purpose of maintaining a pure experience.

Having experienced what a pure experience through a clean and natural environment can do, for example for morality and intellect, Hakvoort has been investing in solutions to bring clean air to cities, to improve humanity's health and intellectual performance. He would for example dream of developing an air pipeline from the ocean into cities, and would imagine what extreme benefits the people would experience when they would be able to grow up with truly clean air, as he had been able to in the village Oosterbeek.

🍃Travel Tip: The village Oosterbeek organizes an international nature walk event (world's largest commemorative march) that is attended by veterans from all over the world. There are walks up to 40km and attendands receive a British medal after completion. For more info, see Airborne March.

After Hakvoort shortly explored forest conservation through social awareness initiatives after he acquired the domain 🌲 Forest.com, he decided after a short reflection within forests that forests would better be left alone, untouched by polluting humans.

Today, Hakvoort has dedicated his efforts to developing a philosophy of nature conservation that seeks to reconcile the protection of nature with the enhancement of human intellectual capacity. This mission has culminated in the creation of our innovative AI-powered project in 2024, designed to facilitate philosophical inquiry across over 250 languages.

This project represents a bold attempt to bridge the gap between human language and thought and the non-anthropocentric values of nature.

By supporting this project, you're not merely funding a technological initiative. You're contributing to a philosophical endeavor that seeks to redefine humanity's relationship with nature. Your donation will help advance cutting-edge philosophical research, facilitate global dialogue on crucial environmental issues, and potentially reshape our approach to nature conservation for generations to come.

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