In this video Jonathan Taplin talks about the tech revolution, today’s big players connection to libertarianism and what it all means for us.
The conservative end goal of tax-paid geo-engineering will ensure that their privately controlled carbon reserves stay in demand.
A professional diver took inventory of 200km of Canada’s west coast.
The assumption, made in the video, that this dramatic development was caused by the nuclear desaster in Fukushima is not scientifically founded, or so says Motherload – The Pacific Ocean Isn’t Dying Because of Fukushima
Naomi Klein analyzes the economic motivation and ideological reasoning behind the inaction, but stays mute to the geo-political interest in the control of carbon access, which does only make sense with a worldwide demand and is the first valid attempt at world domination. Ever.
I had realized it’s not so much the artist, designer or architect that decides the style of an era, but the conditions, the societies that these creatives are working in.
Some person may be a natural born architect. But what the buildings actually look like is much more dictated by the times than by the individual. The same guy working under Louis XIV would build different things than, say, in the mid-century-modern era – which I call the Keynes-Era.
Style is of course just one aspect of life. But it’s the first thing you realize that is changing between eras. And we see much more than skirt lengths in fashion photos. We see if women wore veils or burkas in the mid-east in 1958.
Photos transport moods, especially in everyday, real life scenes – by professional photographers as well as hobbyists. And the attention which hobbies themselves do get in the media, does also say something about a culture.
A picture says more than a thousand words. Many of these words are about the life, the people, the conditions, few about the creators. The director who understands that, like Jean-Luc Godard, has a greater chance to shape an era than the one with a more individualistic theme, say, Woody Allen.