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Zday2011 Venus Project: The Transition — Sebastian Chedal

Presentation given for ZDAY2011 in Portland OR. How can the transition happen, what would a possible transition look like, and is the transition we are talking about even unique in Earth’s history? And what can we do today?

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An Interst in Cybernetics

Cybernetics: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cybernetics Is a subject which has come to my attention following reading some material from a book called “Web of Life” by Fritjof Capra: Home Until now I have had an assumption of what it is all about, but never a clear clean definition. The most interesting aspect of Cybernetics to me currently is […]

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the venus project

"We're a crude form of life right now, in the evolutionary stages. Our civilization? Really we are not even civilized yet. After the world joins together, and we are through with militarism, prisons, torture, hunger, poverty, deprivation; when that is gone, that will be the beginning of the civilized world." -- Jacque Fresco Some strong [...]

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The Fluoride deception

Still using fluoride? Part 1: Part 2:

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(re)using plastic containers?

Hi folks, some general information which is important to know: On all plastic bottles / containers, you have a number. This number indicates the type of plastic that was used. Some plastic is meant to be re-used safely, others are not. The two most common side-effects caused by plastic is hormonal disruption and cancer. Here […]

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In the future…

In the not so distant future, people will be marketing devices, and especially electronic/computer related ones for entirely different qualities than they do today. A typical computer will be something that you buy for its craftsmanship, something that you know was built to last 20 to 50 years or more, even if you throw it […]

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left-right brain video

here is an interesting video about a brain scientist who has a stroke and then gives her person story on how those effects translate to her life and study. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyyjU8fzEYU 20 min long, heart touching.

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Animal lore: an introduction to the Birds of Paradise

Not sure how many of you know, but in pau pau new guinea, there are a group of birds which have had a very easy going time for quite an eon. They are called the birds of paradise [wiki reference] for a reason. They live with an excess of food options in a perfect climate [...]

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book review: Integral Consciousnes and the future of evolution by Steve McIntosh

For quite some time I have been interested in theories that discuss the balancing between right and left brain thinking, and the translation of ideas from one field to another. Ken Wilber’s book [my review] opened up a new domain of philosophical thinking. Through this interest I have heard a great deal mentioned recently about […]

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A primer in rational thought

Just watched an interesting BBC Horizon program on rational thought. Highlights of the program include: * Loss complex * Post-decision rationalization * Priming * Precognition * Loss complex:

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