We must remember that one determined person can make a significant difference,...– Sonia Johnson (via anoceanactivist)
WikiLeaks: How the USA got access to Ireland’s... →
TMI Tuesday. My ask is open to:
“have you ever..” “would you rather..” this or that personal questions awkward questions tmi questions random questions. random things you want to tell me. anonymous questions of any nature.
But what would I do in a Resource Based Economy?
Personally, I feel like this is a question that needs to be reversed. How about asking why am I doing what I’m doing now? If the answer is money, then you are probably not doing what you love to do. if it was not money, then this probably what you would do in a RBE. If money were not an obstacle, what would you be doing instead? for each of us, this is the answer. Chances are, there is...
South American country's treaty giving 'Mother... →
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more than me
insecurity is deep within me and to go there is a fear unbearable. at the heart of the root, where the seed is aware, lies a pebble of doubt, like a wound laid bare, acceptance is crux, the key to balm, pain is life and life is pain, love hurts and endures, so we go back again, we grow we evolve and the...
A Story to breed tolerance, the advantage of a... →
Justin Pickard: Smart fridges, fifteen-lane... →
justinpickard: Masters-level essay on the co-constitutive relationship between mainstream futurism and the technological imaginary.
The Sky Really is Falling →
brodypost: A guide to combatting climate change.
Teachers in Tiaras: Top 25 Manners →
For those of you who have conveniently forgotten: teachersintiaras: As elementary educators, the role of teaching manners often falls into our curriculum along with the standards. These are the 25 manners every child should know by age 9 (according to Parents.com): When asking for something, say please. When receiving something, say thank You. Do not interrupt…
Our real problem is - What is the goal of education? Are we forming children who...– Jean Piaget (via neonblueagogo)
indopinion: Pressed, Merkel pledges Germany... →
Proof that effective government can only come when the government fears it’s constituents, not vice-versa indopinion: BERLIN, May 30 (Indopinion): The German government on Monday said that it will shutdown all its 17 nuclear power plants by 2022, turning 180 degrees on its policy announced last year, in a move that seemed more for political reasons than scientific or environmental. ...
What Comes before a transition? Why, Preparation...
For those of you that have read my Posts: Changing The World and Summary of the Transition, some of the beginning here might sound like repetition, so feel free to skip the next paragraph. If you have not heard of a Resource Based Economy, please take some time and click here, although I must state that I am not promoting the Venus Project or Jaque Fresco in this post. The one thing everyone...
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The Origin of Anarchism: Taoism and Buddhism →
kategrice: Anarchism is usually considered a recent, Western phenomenon, but it’s roots reach deep in ancient civilizations of the East. The first clear expression of an anarchist sensibility may be traced back to the Taoists in China from about the sixth century. Indeed, the principal Taoist work, the Tao Te Ching, may be considered one the greatest anarchist classics.
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Worst ever carbon emissions leave climate on the... →
acanvas: Greenhouse gas emissions increased by a record amount last year, to the highest carbon output in history, putting hopes of holding global warming to safe levels all but out of reach, according to unpublished estimates from the International Energy Agency. The shock rise means the goal of preventing a temperature rise of more than 2 degrees Celsius – which scientists say is the threshold...
People don’t want other people to get high, because if you get high, you might...– Ken Kesey (via lysergicacidiethylamide)
Vision: How to Change Our Laws So That... →
zeitgeistmovement: Our environmental laws and regulations, rather than put in place protections for the environment, instead seem to be written to exploit it. Here’s what can we do about it.
‘Infinite growth of material consumption in a finite world is an...– http://quote.robertgenn.com/auth_search.php?authid=1858 (via beauliful)
Let each of us boldly and honestly say: How little it is that I really know!– Voltaire (via the-real-voltaire)
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Scientists Argue That Methane from the Gulf Oil... →
abcsoupdot: From Inhabitat: Last year, in the midst of the Deepwater Horizon crisis in the Gulf of Mexico, we wrote about a study that said that microbes in the Gulf had consumed a lot of the rogue oil plume caused by the disaster. Now a group of scientists have joined together to argue against those findings. They have published a comment in the May 27th issue of the journal Science that...