Oui-kan-doo Enterprises Looks To Be A Serious Player Amidst The "Real" Wakanda Sweep Stakes
As Marshall Barnes formally launches Oui-kan-doo Enterprises to raise research funds, he positions his project with Akon City, the African Technology Innovation Party and others. But he has an edge on viability and financial business projections.
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The ATIP project is supposed to eventually unite a number of countries across the African continent while the thinking for Akon City "will set the standard for all future real estate development in Senegal as a country and region as a whole."
"What both ideas are missing, which is critical," says Marshall, "is being on the wrong planet at the wrong time. My Oui-kan-doo project will make billions, will be more secure and dominate the entire planet because it will be established around 12,000 years in a parallel universe copy of the past when there are few humans anywhere on the planet. The New Arrivals of Oui-kan-doo will have 21st century technology, financed through the billions made from the sale and leasing of virgin natural resources available everywhere, instead of some cryptocurrency. The only thing left is completion of the research underway, to make the connections back and forth between that time and ours. We have solid science and technologies to test them. The past is safe from extinction level events that experts worry about now. Why Stephen Hawking said we should expand into space."
Marshall states there's little financial risk with his project because it's initial investment of $100,000 is backed by a documentary movie already in partial production, with the working title, The Dawning of the Age of Time Machines. So if the project fails to produce the connection back in time, the money made by the documentary will offset that seed funding.
"This is about providing a new future and a way to rewrite history, figuratively, on a global scale. (see https://about.me/