JohnRawls wrote:If I still remember Zeitgiest, it had a redicilouse premise.
I'm a little worried that you are conflating TZM and Technocracy, which are not the same things. If you are not, then great, but I like to be clear as to minimize misunderstandings. In fact, if Wexoch is right, then the movement and the movies by the same name also have little or nothing in common, so please be specific about what you are talking about. I will answer your questions as they relate to Technocracy.
JohnRawls wrote:How can technocracy exist with 0 taxes, who is going to built the technocracy then in the first place?
A technocracy can only be started within an area (most likely a continent like North America) that already has in place the necessary resources, equipment, and trained people to operate it. It would have to be enacted along with the dissolution of the countries already existing there. As for taxes, Technocracy doesn't use money, or private property. All growth and maintenance are part of the total cost in resources for operating the technate.
JohnRawls wrote:And I don't mean just the firms/Services/Research (I mean with a large stretch, you can say the corporation will do it under some miracle condition) but what about schools/Univercities even before those firms are built and how will you implement a full and mandatory University education without a functioning government of sorts not to mention who will build non-profit universities/high schools/schools.
Firstly, there will be no corporations as you know them. All economic activity is performed by a single, continent-wide organization that both produces and distributes goods and services. Therefore schools would fit into that as well.
JohnRawls wrote:There is also a question where are you gonna create your technocracy, which is very similar to Israel situation.
In any area that meets the physical requirements needed to operate the technate (again those being sufficient natural resources, sufficient installed technology, and sufficient trained people to operate that technology) and also where the vast majority of people desire to make it happen. A technocratic nation does not grow from a small size into a bigger one, it instead is more like an 'upgrade' to one or more existing nations provided they qualify.
JohnRawls wrote:Then what to do about Patent law? Copyright infridgements ? How should the intellectual property in a technocracy be distributed.
All unnecessary. A technate can only be operated in an environment of abundance (also called post-scarcity), hence the aforementioned physical requirements. When you are in an environment of abundance, concepts like private property and intellectual property become obsolete, since they are only useful in the context of scarcity. Why bother owning a car when I have access to superior transportation any time I want for free? So for the most part, information would flow pretty freely in a technate, which would greatly enhance innovation. Patents and copyrights exist to help give a creator money to live on (or be "rewarded" by). Since creators would have no worries about their livelihood in a technate, and physical incentives would be impossible anyway, people would be free to create for mostly intrinsic reasons, although extrinsic motivations such as fame and peer respect would of course still exist.
"Only when there is zero opinion in the arrivation of social decisions in the operation of a technological totality will there be a maximum of personal selectivity, choice, and opportunity." -Howard Scott