Throughout our evolution, human beings have naturally been inclined toward collaboration either when faced with challenging consequences, struggles, or situations that placed their survival in peril. Read more
In recent news, research points to the likely fact that wind farms are an unintentional contributing factor to global warming, “’Large wind-farms can increase local night time temperatures by fanning warmer air onto the ground, new research has revealed. Read more
All the evils of modern society are manifested in our children at school in the cruelest possible manner. We need to start doing something about this immediately because this is our children we are talking about. Read more
Just when we thought we had finally created a network, a system for connecting, where we could express ourselves freely, think, take initiative, and even air our opinions without too much interference, now the U.S. Congress is still trying to pass legislation that will allow the government to censor the Internet. Read more
Last July when Italy’s Finance minister Giulio Tremonti drew up their $42bn austerity bill, he went on to compare the current crisis to the sinking of the Titanic, recalling that ‘not even those in first class were spared’ when the famed cruise liner sank 100 years ago in the North Atlantic. Read more
Young people today have big desires, but not for anything that the consumer society—created by the previous generation—has to offer them. They don’t want to live just to go to work every day. They have much greater dreams than we did at their age, and when they don’t see a way to fulfill them, they prefer to do nothing. Read more
We have a narrow window of opportunity to organize society and get everyone on a sustainable path in preparation for the next stage of humanity’s development. The key to turning things around is a new global education using a method that will provide people of all ages and backgrounds with basic information about global processes. Read more
Obama’s Science Czar, John Holdren, co-authored Ecoscience in 1977, along with his close colleagues Paul R. Ehrlich and Anne H. Ehrlich.
In his book, Holdren advocates the following: Read more
Excerpts from the book Connected: The Surprising Power of Our Social Networks and How They Shape Our Lives—How Your Friends’ Friends’ Friends Affect Everything You Feel, Think, and Do by Nicholas A. Christakis, MD, PhD, Harvard University Professor, who was named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world in 2009, and James H. Fowler, PhD, Associate Professor at the University of California. Read more
1) Until today, Nature developed man through the external conditions around us.
2) Henceforth, man will develop as a part of Nature, through the internal conditions of our social connections. Read more