'Moral Technology' defined:
Moral Technologies are technologies developed in balance and harmony with people and the planet.
An example of a Moral Technology developed by the NUI Foundation are 'New Energy Technologies' (NET) that provide a decentralised form of abundant and clean electricity for homes, vehicles and businesses that means we can finally overcome the need to rely on polluting forms of electricity from coal, gas, oil and nuclear power plants.
Pioneers of Moral Technology
The NUI Foundation for Moral Technology seeks to bring forward the work of many great pioneers in technological development who are almost unknown in today's world of science and technology. These include the following:
Rudolf Steiner [1861-1925]
Philosopher & Scientist
Rudolf Steiner was the first person to define 'Moral Technology'. He described a future path for Mankind's development where "consciousness" and "morality" would be intrinsic in the development of science and technology.
Inventor & Scientist [1856-1943]
Nikola Tesla was a prolific inventor of hundreds of technologies we take for granted today, including alternating current (AC) electricity, motors, radio, X-rays and wireless power amongst many other inventions. His greatest gift to Mankind was 'New Energy Technology' that created a clean and abundant source of power and electricity that has yet to be taken up into our society.
John W. Keely
According to Rudolf Steiner, John Worrell Keely was the pioneer of true 'Moral Technology' - technologies that work with harmony, vibration and frequency. It was said that Keely's inventions worked depending upon the "morality" of the person operating them. This, Steiner said, was the future for humanity's technological development - true Moral Technology.