100th Monkey Paradigm Shift In Progress
Michael Irving, World Gathering News
The 100th Monkey Effect:
sufficient number of a group or species
know how to do something, the information can jump
through the air across natural barriers.
thing that has been holding up progress that we can see and know
is progress, is probably the delay while more and more people
get up to speed on the situation we are in. So for those of us
who went ahead and established a more comprehensive world view
some time ago, there seems to be a delay.
Things are beginning to change. A big change was happening in
2008. Remember the 100th Monkey principle: when a certain number
of a population has learned something new, what has been learned
can jump across boundaries to the whole species.
now, new facts about the world which have been learned over the
past few years by 100s of millions of people, and the thinking
that goes along with those facts, are hammering away at the old
In science, when a change within a system gets to a certain
point, the whole system changes. In an instant, it flips into a
new state. And the same laws of change seem to apply to human
society. For human society, things can start to flip over and
A new world view, or
'paradigm' for the world, can suddenly appear - literally
idea of the 100th Monkey Effect is based on:
In 1952, scientists started giving food covered in grit to a
group of Monkeys; (2) A young Monkey, the scientists called Imo,
took her food to water to wash it; (3) Imo taught this technique
to her Mother, (4) Other Monkeys in the group learned the
technique; (5) In 1958, when the number in the group of Monkeys
who knew the technique reached approx 100 individuals, an
amazing thing happened; (6) Colonies of Monkeys on other Islands
started using the food-washing technique; (7) The information
had leapt physical boundaries.
the details by Lyall Watson:
The 100th Monkey Phenomenon
not necessarily need to make the same mystical leap which these
monkeys made fifty years ago. Human beings have speech; rapid
intellect; and we have many types of global communication. New
ideas in the human world can spread like lightning.
can see, below, these Monkeys are looking bored.
Perhaps they are waiting for us to get up to speed.
Michael Irving, Editor of World Gathering News
"KEEP ON TALKING", by
Professor Stephen Hawking
BE WHO YOU ARE - THE 100TH MONKEY EFFECT
Be The Change That Is Happening