P3-666

Rigene Project - [Projects 666]

Update the problem solving model to improve the lives of citizens and the natural environment. The current problem solving model is ineffective, slow, and harms the rights of citizens, businesses and the natural environment. We describe below an updated and more effective model - Technological Fields Theory (TFT) - that can apply to solve problems and improve the lives of all citizens and the natural environment. This model will be applied to develop 666 projects aimed at to accelerate technological, scientific, social and economic progress, and accelerate improvement social (all human civilization) and environmental (all natural ecosystems of Planet Earth).

"Project 3-666" [P3-666]


Identify 6 problems,"Group 3-666" [G3-666], that hinder and slow down technological, scientific, social, economic progress and the social (all human civilization) and environmental (all natural ecosystems of Planet Earth) improvement that such progress would bring about if not hindered and slowed down by the 6 problems, using the 3-666 method to frame the 6 problems identified.


  1. Lack of funding for research and development (MA1)

  • Limited government funding for R&D (SA1.1)

  • Insufficient private investment in R&D (SA1.2)

  • Limited access to venture capital (SA1.3)

  • Difficulty in obtaining grants and loans (SA1.4)

  • High costs of R&D (SA1.5)

  1. Limited access to education and training (MA2)

  • Inadequate education and training systems (SA2.1)

  • Limited access to education and training resources (SA2.2)

  • High costs of education and training (SA2.3)

  • Lack of relevant education and training programs (SA2.4)

  • Inadequate workforce development (SA2.5)

  1. Regulatory and legal barriers (MA3)

  • Stringent regulations and laws (SA3.1)

  • Lack of standardization and consistency (SA3.2)

  • Bureaucratic and administrative hurdles (SA3.3)

  • Limited access to legal resources (SA3.4)

  • Inadequate protection of intellectual property (SA3.5)

  1. Social and cultural resistance to change (MA1)

  • Fear of new technologies (SA1.1)

  • Lack of understanding of new technologies (SA1.2)

  • Cultural and societal norms that discourage innovation (SA1.3)

  • Limited public awareness and education (SA1.4)

  • Resistance to change by established interests (SA1.5)

  1. Inadequate infrastructure (MA2)

  • Limited access to technology and resources (SA2.1)

  • Inadequate transportation and logistics (SA2.2)

  • Limited access to energy and power (SA2.3)

  • Inadequate communication and networking infrastructure (SA2.4)

  • Limited access to necessary facilities and equipment (SA2.5)

  1. Environmental degradation and climate change (MA3)

  • Pollution and resource depletion (SA3.1)

  • Deforestation and habitat destruction (SA3.2)

  • Climate change and extreme weather events (SA3.3)

  • Loss of biodiversity (SA3.4)

  • Soil erosion and desertification (SA3.5)

These are some examples of problems that could be identified using the 3-666 method to frame the problems. These problems could be hindering and slowing down technological, scientific, social, and economic progress and the social and environmental improvement that such progress would bring about. The TFT, TSFRUTF, TFT tables and the TFTof can be used to understand the interconnections and systemic functional relationships between these problems and technologies, and to find innovative solutions to overcome them.


Process a project, called "Project 3-666" [P3-666], usingThe TFT, TSFRUTF, using TFT tables and the TFTof to understand the interconnections and systemic functional relationships between these 6 problems, and to find innovative solutions to overcome them, using the 3-666 method to develop the project.


Project 3-666 [P3-666] is a project that aims to use the TFT, TSFRUTF, TFT tables, and TFTof to understand the interconnections and systemic functional relationships between the 6 problems identified and to find innovative solutions to overcome them, using the 3-666 method to develop the project.

Step 1: Divide the project [P3-666] into 3 macro areas (MA) based on the 6 problems identified: Funding for R&D (MA1), Education and Training (MA2), and Regulatory and Legal Barriers (MA3), Social and Cultural resistance to change (MA4), Inadequate infrastructure (MA5) and Environmental degradation and climate change (MA6)

Step 2: For each macro area (MA), divide it into 6 sub-areas (SA) based on the specific issues identified within each problem:

  • MA1: Limited government funding for R&D (SA1.1), Insufficient private investment in R&D (SA1.2), Limited access to venture capital (SA1.3), Difficulty in obtaining grants and loans (SA1.4), High costs of R&D (SA1.5)

  • MA2: Inadequate education and training systems (SA2.1), Limited access to education and training resources (SA2.2), High costs of education and training (SA2.3), Lack of relevant education and training programs (SA2.4), Inadequate access to necessary facilities and equipment (SA2.5)

  • MA3: Complex and confusing regulations (SA3.1), Lack of legal protection for intellectual property (SA3.2), High costs of compliance with regulations (SA3.3), Inadequate regulatory oversight (SA3.4), Inadequate legal support for start-ups and small businesses (SA3.5)

  • MA4: Lack of understanding of new technologies (SA4.1), Fear of job displacement (SA4.2), Social and cultural resistance to change (SA4.3), Religious and philosophical objections (SA4.4), Ethical concerns (SA4.5)

  • MA5: Inadequate infrastructure (SA5.1), Limited access to high-speed internet (SA5.2), Limited access to energy (SA5.3), Limited access to transportation (SA5.4), Limited access to other public services (SA5.5)

  • MA6: Pollution and resource depletion (SA6.1), Deforestation and habitat destruction (SA6.2), Climate change and extreme weather events (SA6.3), Loss of biodiversity (SA6.4), Soil erosion and desertification (SA6.5)

Step 3: For each sub-area (SA), develop the solution phases (FS) of the project [P3-666] in order to technically describe how the problems can be solved/overcome in relation to the macro areas and sub-areas. This could include researching and identifying existing technologies, processes, and best practices that could be used to address the specific issues identified within each sub-area, as well as identifying potential gaps and areas for further research and development.

Step 4: Use the TFT, TSFRUTF, TFT tables, and TFTof to analyze the interconnections and systemic functional relationships between these 6 problems, and to identify opportunities for synergy and collaboration between different technological fields. This could involve analyzing the relationships between the different sub-areas and identifying areas where different technologies and processes could be integrated or combined to address multiple issues simultaneously.

Step 5: Identify any obstacles that could prevent the adoption of the proposed solutions and develop a plan to overcome them. This could include addressing regulatory, legal, social, cultural, and ethical concerns, as well as identifying potential funding and resource constraints.

Step 6: Continuously apply the TFTof to the project [P3-666], to improve and perfect the reasoning schemes, mathematical formulas, and solution phases developed.

Step 7: Implement the solutions and monitor their effectiveness, making any necessary adjustments and improvements as needed.

The 3-666 method combined with TFT, TSFRUTF, TFT tables and TFTof, will provide a structured and systemic approach to problem-solving that takes into account the complex interconnections and relationships between different problems, and will allow to identify innovative solutions that can address multiple issues simultaneously, promoting the progress of human civilization and the improvement of the environment.