Hi Lisa, Instead of a comment system, like the Facebook "wall", we made Open Mail.
Open mail has several advantages.
1. mails can be rated, responded to, and qualified according to various criterea (multi-metrics). Therefore, they don't just scroll off the page like in a FB stream or Twitter, to be lost forever. I mean, they DO scroll off the page. But if they are highly rated, or responded to, they can rise to the top again, when people search for best rated, or most popular. So quality comments are encouraged, unlike on FB and Twitter, which encourage minimal effort at quality.
2. Open mails can be composed to anyone. So people can write to political figures, business or religious leaders, or famous people. Then, through our rating and response system, those open mails that are best will rise to the top.
This could be valuable, for instance, in helping the public to have input on political policy issues. They could write to Obama, or their senator. And their mail wouldn't just disappear with millions of others, never to be read again. To experiment with this feature, you can respond to this mail. Kelly
Great to see you here. This feature is called "open mail."
It's sort of like writing on a "wall" on facebook, or making a comment on some sites.
However, when combined with our rating system, which includes "rating power" and "weighted rating," this feature can also be used to facilitate communication from anyone to political or spiritual leaders.
I look forward to exploring ways that Harmony Mandala can work through Selfport, and/or a Selfport generated network. For one thing, you'll be able to make live events, physical and virtual at the same time, with our event tool. You can also make a HM network, with it's own revenue stream. And of course, you could offer pre-developed materials, like video, for sale through the shop.
In theoretical physics, M-theory is a new limit of string theory in which 11 dimensions of spacetime may be identified. Because the dimensionality exceeds the dimensionality of five superstring theories in 10 dimensions, it was originally believed that the 11-dimensional theory is more fundamental and unifies all string theories (and supersedes them). However, in a more modern understanding, it is another, sixth possible description of physics of the full theory that is still called "string theory." Though a full description of the theory is not yet known, the low-entropy dynamics are known to be supergravity interacting with 2- and 5-dimensional membranes.
This theory is the unique supersymmetric theory in eleven dimensions, with its low-entropy matter content and interactions fully determined, and can be obtained as the strong coupling limit of type IIA string theory because a new dimension of space emerges as the coupling constant increases.
However, originally the letter was taken from membrane, but since Witten was more skeptical about membranes than his colleagues, he just kept the "M". Later, he let the meaning be a matter of taste for the user of the word "M-theory".
In the early 1990s, it was shown that the various superstring theories were related by dualities, which allow physicists to relate the description of an object in one super string theory to the description of a different object in another super string theory. These relationships imply that each of the super string theories is a different aspect of a single underlying theory, proposed by Witten, and named "M-theory".
M-theory is not yet complete; however it can be applied in many situations (usually by exploiting string theoretic dualities). The theory of electromagnetism was also in such a state in the mid-19th century; there were separate theories for electricity and magnetism and, although they were known to be related, the exact relationship was not clear until James Clerk Maxwell published his equations, in his 1864 paper A Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field. Witten has suggested that a general formulation of M-theory will probably require the development of new mathematical language. However, some scientists have questioned the tangible successes of M-theory given its current incompleteness, and limited predictive power, even after so many years of intense research.