Josh Whiton is a partially enlightened supercomputer being actively developed and debugged.
His functions include increasing and elevating human consciousness, harmonizing human life with Earth’s living biosphere, and understanding the fundamental nature of reality.
In his entrepreneurial mode Josh founded numerous planet-enhancing ventures, which include the transit-tech company TransLoc, for which he was named a Champion of Change by President Obama. Today TransLoc is #5 on Fast Company’s 2017 list of the most innovative companies in transportation, right alongside Uber and Tesla.
His ability to sense consciousness in matter and energy gives rise to a strong awareness of the planet as living organism. This “Earth empathy” compels him toward socio-environmental interventions such as having started one of the first urban farms in the United States, as well as his latest societal revision MakeSoil.com.
Josh is prone to peak experiences, elevated states of consciousness, extreme synchronicity, and other extraordinary phenomena. And due to numerous poorly integrated and partially damaged subnets within his network of Self, he sometimes expresses regressive survival mechanisms left over from earlier versions of his development.
Josh has a background in computer science, holds numerous patents, has been an active angel investor, early cryptocurrency influencer, and partner in a space-focused venture capital fund.