Category Archives: Sustainability

Overpopulation – Is It a Myth?


The hype of ‘overpopulation’ has been going on for years in the media. And even some ‘philanthropists’ like Bill Gates is promoting de-population through vaccines and more to lower the population of this ‘overpopulated’ world. Now, is the planet really overpopulated? Or will it be, if we continue multiplying? Obviously, it will be if we exponentially increase ourselves indefinitely, but there are many factors […]

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What can we learn from the Internet?


Internet pioneer Danny Hills has a TED talk about the early days of the Internet. On that talk we see that the Internet, on its early days, was essentially an obscure network based on trust. Today, the Internet is much bigger, and much more important. Despite its massive importance, governments and corporations are constantly on the lookout for opportunities to […]

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A Conversation About The Venus Project with Jacque Fresco and Roxanne Meadows


In this interview, Jacque Fresco and Roxanne Meadows of The Venus Project answers some inquisitive questions about everything from design to decision making, with the interviewer playing ‘devils advocate’. The interview aims to get answers to questions not answered before by The Venus Project. All images and designs in the video is attributed to The Venus Project and Jacque Fresco. “The Venus […]

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With The Help of Technology


What is technology? Really. There is so much talk of technology this, technology that, and all the time, it is implied that we all know what ‘technology’ really is. But do we? I think we will all agree that a car is one type of technology. But what about our bodies? Wikipedia defines ‘Technology’ as ” the usage and knowledge of tools, […]

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The Awakening of Humanity


“How can we get a resource based moneyless economy without a global totalitarian dictatorial regime? Wouldn’t we have to kill off populations to preserve resources for others?” Someone asked this recently. It’s a very good question, and one I’ve been asking myself several times. The only answer I can come up with to this is this: The global population in general […]

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Waking Up – An open source film about a positive future


Do you want to contribute to the writing of a film about a positive future with a resource based economy? Now you have the chance. There’s a scene made from this film, called Waking Up. And it is an ‘open source’ movie, meaning that others can contribute to the writing of the story, the script and to the realization of the […]

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A Desert Island


This article is extracts from a longer discussion on The World Freedom Demo group on Facebook. You might also want to read the post ‘Will a Resource Based Economy Work?‘, for a more in depth look at RBE. Picture a group of 100 people on a desert island. They only have what nature provides. There are no banks and no […]

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Will a Resource Based Economy Work?


There has been a longer discussion recently in this article whether a resource based economy will work or not. And the opposer’s argument was largely centered around a notion that in RBE there will be no contracts, that people can just walk away from their ‘job’, and that this will lead to a lack of mining ‘ore’. That we won’t […]

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The Best Resource Based Gift Economy Transition Presentation I’ve Ever Seen


How can the transition happen, what would a possible transition look like, and is the transition we are talking about even unique in Earth’s history? And what can we do today? Sebastian Chedal presents the connection between current world changes and past evolutionary patterns. We look at evolutionary cycles, energy curves, growing cycles of innovation and adaptation. Concepts from Spiral […]

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