Your story and book are, ..what's the right phrase.., absolutely amazing, yes. I had a big grin on my face the whole day when I read Talking to God. Strange, but these are the type of things that get my blood excited. Like, literally..
Ahem, anyhow, I find it both unfair but predictable that in so many years, the story (and book) remain hidden from the eyes which need to see it most. The way you word them, though, is definitely palatable. Yet I wish more people could see what you've written! I suspect you've probably given it a lot of thought, so I apologize if any (all) of this is redundant and/or irrelevant - but here goes..
Pre: So reaching an audience is a complicated endeavor that requires the consideration of various factors. Who the target audience is, what the targeted audience finds appealing, where the targeted audience is generally exposed to new information, to name a few. I take it you're not the commercial type (that's awesome). I don't fancy those types myself, and prefer a more natural form of spreading the word. But there are also creative ways to do so without compromising the integrity of one's work.
Idea 1) Are you familiar with the works of RSA Animate? The way in which they illustrate their concepts presents the audience with a multitude of ways to connect to the content. Auditory, for those who have a disposition for it, visual for others with another disposition, as well as symbolic/abstract in order to help the audience consume the information in as many dimensions as possible. This is one effective method I've seen for presenting high-level concepts to a wide audience in a way that is attractive, novel, yet without sacrificing its integrity/quality.
The downside to this is, of course, that it takes enormous amounts of effort/planning and resources. But the actual idea I am proposing is more of an intermediate. Even converting the writings into a simple youtube audio with subtitles - presents the content to a much broader arena. Certainly a platform not to be underestimated, as many average Joes have risen to fame via youtube videos.
Idea 2) I had another one I swear.. ..it ran away dammit. gimmy a sec while I fetch it.
Idea 3) Mind amendments to the site layout? Actually, your layout works really nice as it is. The thin width makes it so that each line of text appears a small task to the eyes, making it easier to read long passages since before one realizes it, they've read a mountain of text, neatly divided into consumable bites. So it's not really the layout as much as the graphics perhaps? The 1800s-esque theme doesn't do justice to the content, I believe. It brings forth, in the mind of the spectator, associations to the dry academia they might have encountered in past years. I'm not entirely sure what *would* be an appropriate theme, since your content ranges from historical to futuristic. Perhaps a mixture of cyber(netic) and sophisticated (Victorian?) themes?
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It would be neat, I think, to contribute also to the actual debates at hand - but thus far I haven't encountered anything you've posted that I fundamentally disagree with. Your deductions are strikingly clear and meticulous - something I wish more people had. Nevertheless, should I be allowed to enter, I'll share some ideas I do have; if not to debate then at least to hear the opinions of brilliant thinkers, as I'm very curious what you all think.