The Covid-19 pandemic has provoked widespread discussion of what kind of future the world should look forward to after the crisis. One of the areas of economic life around which there is spirited debate is […]
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“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ~ R. Buckminster Fuller By Steven Jay, Founder, Mobilized.news “There are no problems; […]
Times like these clearly show us that our future has to become globally cooperative and peaceful. Since the beginnings of industrialism, we have ignored and exploited the laws of nature. We are now reaping the […]
Imagine having creative control of your vision. George Gershwin meets Ravel. And the conversation goes something like this: Gershwin: “I wish I could write like you.” Ravel: “Don’t be a bad Ravel. Be an amazing […]
In response to the cataclysm occasioned by the coronavirus, three lines of thinking are emerging. One is that the emergency necessitates extraordinary measures, but the basic structure of production and consumption is sound, and the […]
The purpose of this feature is to provide an overview using a non linear frame of reference to connect major centers of belief about political sovereignty, modern day petrochemical based agriculture, ‘nutrient collapse’, CO2 rise, and […]
While demonstrators are protesting unprovoked killings of black U.S. citizens by calling for police reform, few recognize that this is a cry of frustration and Not a call for the end of law enforcement. They […]
Reading requires an adherence to certain established conventions and a learned structure. As Marshall McLuhan would say, linear thinking began with the Guttenberg press allowing entire cultures to learn how to process information in the […]