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Aristotelian Vs Non-Aristotelian Orientations

May 27, 2013

The new Non-Aristotelian orientations differ as much from the Aristotelian as the  Aristotelian differ from the Primitive types of evaluations

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Thesis on Sanity

May 27, 2013

Life is dead matter plus some vitalising principle

Man is an animal plus something

There is a practical side of all of the seemingly awkward and dysfunctional social organisation where thought bubbles invade reality and so we really need to start considering what it means to be sane. This is not an imposition by someone with “qualifications” but in fact an emerging process of negotiation and consensus that all people need to start thinking about and come to an agreement with each other. So far I have not seen this happen in any rational manner. People are talking AT each other instead of WITH each other, imposing their particular thought bubbles, and completely taking for granted what they think as being a common reality.

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“The First Civilization” – A free book about a Resource Based Economy

February 12, 2013

The First Civilization

 

This book, “The First Civilization”, was created in order to further awareness and acceptance of a Resource Based Economy by explaining and defending this system from a scientific perspective.

Beginning with a brief introduction on human behavior and its relationship to the environment, this book is divided into 3 main sections:

1. A detailed description of what an RBE could look like and how it might be run, including the specific technologies that could be employed.

2. An attempt to address and disprove many of the questions, concerns and objections that have been brought up in response to the RBE concept.

3. A general description of an experimental protocol that could be used to test the RBE idea and provide a scientific basis from which to push for a transition.

The Zeitgeist Movement Defined: Realizing a New Train of Thought

February 12, 2013

Orientation Guide

Why I advocate the Zeitgeist Movement

February 14, 2011
Why I advocate the Zeitgeist MovementHere is the link to my YouTube contribution for the Zeitgeist Advocacy Project:
I have included the text here on my blog.

Here is the link to my YouTube contribution for the Zeitgeist Advocacy Project:

Why I advocate the Zeitgeist Movement

I have included the text here on my blog

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The Best That Money Can't Buy

November 9, 2009

Jacque Fresco envisions a global civilisation in which science and technology are applied with human and environmental concern to secure, protect, and encourage a more humane world for all people. This book offers a possible way out of our recurring cycles of boom and recession, famine, poverty, a declining environment, and territorial conflicts where peace is merely the interval between wars. It outlines an attainable, humane social design of the near future where human rights are no longer paper proclamations but a way of life. The Best That Money Can’t Buy is a challenge to all people to work towards a society in which all of the world’s resources become the common heritage of all of the earth’s people. It is accompanied by 70 color photos of Fresco’s original designs, which illuminate the fulfilling lifestyle of a global, resource-based economy. 176 pages, published 2002.

The Best That Money Can’t Buy

Neil Kiernan from V-Radio has over several episodes read the the book on his radio show. I have edited this reading to give an E-Book type reading so those who want to can have this very important information. we are at a crossroad of society where we need very solid directions. After listening to this one can have a more clear understanding of that direction.

The Best That Money Can’t Buy Chapters 0-5

The Best That Money Can’t Buy Chapters 6-12

The Best That Money Can’t Buy Chapters 13-17

The Future And Beyond

July 5, 2009

By Jacque Fresco

With the advent of future developments in science and technology, we will assign more and more decision making to machines. At present this is evident in military systems in which electronic sensors maintain the ideal flight characteristics in advanced aircraft. The capacities of computers today exceed five hundred trillion bits of information per second. The complexity of today’s civilization is far too complex for human systems to manage without the assistance of electronic computers. Computers of today are relatively primitive compared to those that will evolve in the future. Eventually the management of social systems will call for require electronic sensors interconnected with all phases of the social sequences thus eliminating the need for politics.

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