Human physical world is divided in artificial entities, called states- and now that we are moving beyond the boundaries of states, states re-assert themselves by building ever higher barriers to entrance.

We at UHF believe that we should promote learning to build supra-national entities sharing a common goal linked to everyday life.

Eventually, the states themselves will cease their function, superseded by shared management of common resources.

If we fail to do so, eventually the states will give more and power to politically unaccountable entitities with no democratic representation: corporations- and we will end up like in "Rollerball" (the 1970s one).

As a first step, we need to help our human friends to expand their knowledge of each other we and our siblings (a.k.a. "pets"- but we are all really there to oversee the human affairs) are present everywhere (also countries where having a "pet" is unusual have "domestic" animals taking on the same role).

Most of the world is adding cameras everywhere.

We suggest to use the information collected from this cameras to show how a single action is performed in different cultures each time, a different action: drinking, introducing, swearing, eating- you name it.

Because: "what you hear, you forget; what you see, you remember; what you do, you know" but we at UHF believe in sharing the benefits and the costs.

Therefore, if you collect items and want to share with others, we will build a showcase- but any and each revenue will be shared between the author of each item and UHF.

If, instead, you want to use this format on presenting cultural differences- you are free to do so: just quote the reference to www.unitedhamsterfront.com and add a link to your website, sending an e-mail to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a description of your project and what we can disclose in our list over the month of December 2007, on the UHF online community our human scribe will publish a series of guidelines on the format and how to use it to produce UHF compatible material on cultural differences.