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- The Certainty of ChangeThe Dangers of Simplification In this fast paced world where we’re expected to take in more and more, we’re quick to use labels to group and organize our thoughts. But as well as the obvious pitfalls of this kind of grouping in our minds there is also the problem of thinking that we have perceived something correctly when we really haven't.We need to la […]
- The Certainty of Change
- TMR Podcast Ep: The Patent SystemShow outline below, references to be added soon Show outline: 1. The philosophical case against Intellectual Property a. Property is defined by scarcity, abundant things have […]
- TMR Podcast Ep: The Patent System
- Occupy Wall Street and the Poisoned Apple."It is essential to release Humanity from the false fixations of Yesterday, which now seem to bind mankind to a rationale of action leading only to extinction"~ R.Buckminster Fuller Changing the current direction of our Midnight Express train hurtling through the smog to extinction will require a global shift. However the lessons of history reveal […]
- Occupy Wall Street and the Poisoned Apple.
An economy that has its basis in environmental concern, sustainability, equality, love and that does not require us to be told we are free.
On this planet we have become mentally trapped inside an illusion, a serious values disorder, that has permeated into every facet of our existence.
Individuals who are unemployed the longest are the least likely to find work, with some employers stipulating “unemployed need not apply” in job ads
Like it or not our utopian economic system of continual growth is simply nothing but unsustainable on a planet of finite resources.
If all the money in the world was returned to the Bank there would still be outstanding debt. Defaults and foreclosures are built into the banking system.
It is not the one percent we should be harping on about, but in fact the system that generates a one percent in the first place.
The idea that our genes determine development has been dis-proven, our environment plays a critical role in the activation, deactivation of our genes.
Human technology today is outstanding, almost beyond comprehension; we have advanced so quickly that most of us are unaware of our true capabilities.
Money is nothing more than a term which represents an abstract form of exchange of labour for purchasing power.