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"Zeitgeist: Moving Forward"

"Zeitgeist: Moving Forward"

The Venus Project Coordinates: The Venus Project organization advocates what founder Jacque Fresco calls a resource-based economy. The projected plan is to combine Fresco's versions of sustainable development, energy efficiency, natural resource management, and advanced automation in a global socioeconomic system based on social cooperation and scientific methodology. Located in Venus, Florida, the Venus Project is in a 21.5-acre (8.7-hectare) facility.[1] History[edit] The Venus Project was founded in 1995 as a for-profit corporation by Jacque Fresco and Roxanne Meadows in Venus, Florida.[2] A separate, nonprofit organization started by Fresco and his business partner Roxanne Meadows is Future By Design, founded in 2003.[3] Fresco lectures his ideas and gives tours of the Venus Project location.[4] Resource-based economy[edit] The term "resource based economy" is used by the Venus Project to describe a hypothetical economic system in which goods, services, and information are free. The Zeitgeist Movement[edit]

The Myth of Free Will, edited by Cris Evatt What Is Free Will? The free will myth says that humans are imbued with a “spirit” or “soul” or “some magical quality” that directs the brain’s decision-making circuitry. This ghostly, free-floating, supernatural agent can override our genes and conditioning. But how does a nonphysical spirit communicate with a physical body part? The free will myth also says, “You choose, therefore you have free will.” How Your Brain Chooses When you choose between a papaya and a banana, patterns of neural activity representing these two possibilities appear in the cortex. “Decision making is a competition, a dynamic process in which there are winners and losers. Who Says It's a Myth? The Bottom Line “The mind is what the brain does, and so every mental event, from falling in love to worrying about our taxes, is going to show up as a brain event.

ZMP 33 Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True Most people can’t resist getting the details on the latest conspiracy theories, no matter how far-fetched they may seem. At the same time, many people quickly denounce any conspiracy theory as untrue … and sometimes as unpatriotic or just plain ridiculous. Lets not forget all of the thousands of conspiracies out of Wall Street like Bernie Madoff and many others to commit fraud and extortion, among many crimes of conspiracy. USA Today reports that over 75% of personal ads in the paper and on craigslist are married couples posing as single for a one night affair. When someone knocks on your door to sell you a set of knives or phone cards, anything for that matter, do they have a profit motive? When 2 friends go to a bar and begin to plan their wingman approach on 2 girls they see at the bar, how often are they planning on lying to those girls? Conspiracy theory is a term that originally was a neutral descriptor for any claim of civil, criminal or political conspiracy. 1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 8.

Debunking Crackpot Science The Apollo 'hoax' Over 40 years after the first Apollo moon landing some people still claim it never happened, that it was all a hoax. And some do so quite stridently. I have long had an admittedly somewhat morbid fascination with the pathological reasoning processes that can produce such beliefs. Sometimes I wonder if they're just pulling our leg. Are they simply pretending to believe in these crackpot theories? The health and even the survival of any western democracy requires an educated and well-informed citizenry. Although our universities continue to produce many highly talented and skilled scientists and engineers to work on these problems, this is not enough. Most people admire the intellectual achievements of others and many are deeply inspired by them. Most Apollo deniers are remarkably unoriginal. If you find your blood pressure gets too high when reading the drivel put out by the hoax believers, these might help you unwind. Was the moon landing a hoax? xMax Tom Bearden's MEG

The Zeitgeist Movement Reality Has Been Scripted by the Manipulation Masters : Magniwork From PESWiki Page first featured June 2, 2009 The latest version of their plans as of June 28, 2009, is poorly explained. Contains no photos or video, no data, no clear schematic, no specific part numbers. Half the material is about conservation and grid, irrelevant to the plans. The first version of the Magniwork device was based on the Bedini SG circuit, and this photo they showed in their plans is actually a device by Rick Friedrich. [1]. SCAM: Bogus claim on plagiarized work AKA (Related Scams) Other Affiliate Domains We've never seen videos, photos, data, or any other evidence that ANYONE has ever actually built a unit that really works. Magniwork puts for a set of plans for a free energy device they claim could be scaled to power an entire house. The video they feature in the opening of their site is of Lutec's technology, who tends to evade credible validation attempts. What's your experience? Official Scam Website Affiliate Sites

The Zeitgeist Film Series Gateway | Zeitgeist: The Movie, Zeitgeist: Addendum, Zeitgeist Moving Forward Charlatan A charlatan (also called swindler or mountebank) is a person practicing quackery or some similar confidence trick in order to obtain money, fame or other advantages via some form of pretense or deception. The word comes from French charlatan, a seller of medicines who might advertise his presence with music and an outdoor stage show. The best known of the Parisian charlatans was Tabarin, who set up a stage in the Place Dauphine, Paris in 1618, and whose commedia dell'arte inspired skits and whose farces inspired Molière. The word can also be traced to Spanish; charlatán, an indiscreetly talkative person, a chatterbox. Ultimately, etymologists trace "charlatan" from either the Italian ciarlare, to prattle; or from Cerretano, a resident of Cerreto, a village in Umbria, known for its quacks.[1] Details[edit] In usage, a subtle difference is drawn between the charlatan and other kinds of confidence people. "Quack" is a reference to "quackery" or the practice of dubious medicine. John R.

Beware of ‘green scheme’ scammers! Consumers are urged to beware of scammers who call offering rebates on energy efficient initiatives or try to sell energy saving devices that don't deliver the promised energy savings. These days we all want to save money and help the environment. Unfortunately, scammers are preying on this desire to ‘go green’ by offering fake government rebates for initiatives like solar heating and hot water, insulation and water tanks, as well as fake energy saving devices. Scammers posing as government representatives are calling consumers and offering rebates for installing energy efficient appliances, solar panels, water tanks, new insulation and the like. Scammers may also sell plug-in devices that they say will save large amounts of energy in the home, just by plugging them into the wall - but the saving never happens. SCAMwatch warns you to watch out for ‘green scheme’ scammers. Protect yourself Report More information

How Mary Todd Lincoln Thwarted Her Husband's Kidnapping by Shooting Him in the Head "Abraham Lincoln was slapped three times with a white glove by a member of the Hapsburg royal family of Germany (Payseur family relatives) during a White House reception in 1862. The German royal family member demanded a pistol duel with the, then, President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. The blows to the face stunned Lincoln but he non-verbally refused to participate in the duel by bowing his head before walking out of the reception room. It seems that the practice of promiscuity was running rampant in many families in those days and the German King Leopold had, had an illegitimate daughter named Elizabeth who was sent to America, where she lived in a very comfortable manner. In the early or mid 1850s, Abraham Lincoln and Elizabeth began having sexual liaisons that produced twin daughters named Ella and Emily in 1856. The only escape route was to jump the balcony and crash onto the stage during the performance.

Mehran Tavakoli Keshe Mehran Tavakoli Keshe is an Iranian-born (in 1958) nuclear engineer[1][2] known for his research on plasma reactors and interests in free energy applications[3][4] and for his claim that he pioneered a space technology that was, according to some, used by Iran and resulted in the subdue and capture of a US drone in December 2011 near the Iran-Afghanistan border. He is an author of three books which explain his corrective view on principles[5] and the fundamentals of matter.[2] Mehran Tavakoli Keshe is the son of an X-ray engineer and he was introduced to the world of radiation and nuclear science at a very young age. In 1981 he graduated from Queen Mary College, University of London, as a nuclear engineer specializing in reactor technology system control. Keshe Foundation[edit] Mehran Tavakoli Keshe is the founder of the Keshe Foundation and as of 2 March 2012 has a new and permanent base in Italy. Scientific views[edit] Controversy[edit] Politics mythology[edit] Books[edit]