The Kacyra Family Foundation (KFF) is launching the Human Energy Project to study the techno/social dilemma of human action and direction and the dilemma of loss of identity in our science and technology-driven age.

The Human Energy Project will seek to explore ways to help alleviate the motivational and ethical challenges facing young people today, using the Third Story of the Universe based on the theory of Complexity-Consciousness and the Noosphere pioneered by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and similar theories developed by scientists following him.

Our Mission

Bringing the “Third Story” of the universe, its development and the development of the Noosphere to young people, presenting them with optimism and direction for a future that is consistent with science and not inconsistent with the beliefs of those who uphold spirituality.

Our Vision

The vision is to help young people of the world answer the big questions in a positive way and understand the critical importance of channeling human energy in a positive and collective way towards the continuing development and direction of the Noosphere, a future that…



Our Plan

As in the case of Heritage Preservation, the Human Energy Project is pioneering and no known work in this field aligned with its vision. Consequently, KFF has created a pilot project to test the validity of the concept and the feasibility of achieving its vision and goals, and based on the success of that work it will conduct further work in preparation for spinning off the pilot project as an independent nonprofit organization.

“There are really only two ways, it seems to me, in which we can think about our existence here on Earth.  We either agree with Macbeth that life is nothing more than a ‘tale told by an idiot,’ a purposeless emergence of life-forms including the clever, greedy, selfish, and unfortunate species that we call homo sapiens – the ‘evolutionary goof.’  Or we believe that, as Pierre Teilhard de Chardin put it, ‘There is something afoot in the universe, something that looks like gestation and birth.’ In other words, a plan, a purpose to it all.”[1]

Jane Goodall, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute.

[1] Jane Goodall, Reason for Hope: A Spiritual Journey. New York: Warner Books, 1999: xi-xii.