The education issue

The education issue

From social symptom to root causes came about as a bi-product of ZDAY 2013 in London, in which all but the introductory talk featured exterior organisations and speakers. Each of whom seek to address a particular social or environmental issue closely aligned with the movement’s materials.

A Matrix of control

A Matrix of control

From social symptom to root causes came about as a bi-product of ZDAY 2013 in London, in which all but the introductory talk featured exterior organisations and speakers. Each of whom seek to address a particular social or environmental issue closely aligned with the movement’s materials.

The economics of equality

The economics of equality

From social symptom to root causes came about as a bi-product of ZDAY 2013 in London, in which all but the introductory talk featured exterior organisations and speakers. Each of whom seek to address a particular social or environmental issue closely aligned with the movement’s materials.

The money trap

The money trap

From social symptom to root causes came about as a bi-product of ZDAY 2013 in London, in which all but the introductory talk featured exterior organisations and speakers. Each of whom seek to address a particular social or environmental issue closely aligned with the movement’s materials.

The socio-techno tool kit for a sustainable future

The socio-techno tool kit for a sustainable future

From social symptom to root causes came about as a bi-product of ZDAY 2013 in London, in which all but the introductory talk featured exterior organisations and speakers. Each of whom seek to address a particular social or environmental issue closely aligned with the movement’s materials.

TZM Challenge - Best Essays and Responses

TZM Challenge - Best Essays and Responses

We would like to announce the authors of the best essay submissions for The Zeitgeist Movement Challenge. They are Ryan Salisbury and Jack Eade.

All the essays submitted are viewable below. The top 2, by Ryan and Jack, have been formally responded to by Matt Berkowitz, James Phillips, and Ben McLeish of the TZM Global Lecture Team, and are viewable as well.

For reference, TZM Challenge is laid out here:
http://www.thezeitgeistmovement.com/uploads/upload/file/24/tzmchallenge.pdf

Exchange of printed materials enforced as “illegal” in Orange County, CA – blocking TZM awareness efforts

Exchange of printed materials enforced as “illegal” in Orange County, CA – blocking TZM awareness efforts

Want to exchange a business card with a potential client? Have a movie or a game you wish to share that's on physical media? Have an event flyer you wish to have available for people to take with them? Well think again. As has been recently enforced in Orange County, CA, doing so is breaking the law. Currently being enforced is a local ordinance in which no printed materials of any kind can be exchanged, handed out or otherwise made available between fellow humans in public park areas.

The linguistics of peace

The linguistics of peace

From social symptom to root causes came about as a bi-product of ZDAY 2013 in London, in which all but the introductory talk featured exterior organisations and speakers. Each of whom seek to address a particular social or environmental issue closely aligned with the movement’s materials.

From social symptom to root cause - An 8 part presentation and video series, from the zeitgeist movement

From social symptom to root cause - An 8 part presentation and video series, from the zeitgeist movement

This series came about as a bi-product of ZDAY 2013 in London, in which all but the introductory talk featured exterior organisations and speakers. Each of whom seek to address a particular social or environmental issue closely aligned with the movement’s materials. The reason for this approach was twofold.

The Defective Day Part 2

The Defective Day Part 2

Read Part 1 here

The morning after the field trip, I awoke to the sight of the sun cautiously breaking the horizon outside my window; manipulating the sky into an array of bright and fiery colors. I pulled myself out of bed and watched the glow for a few short seconds, and then noticed the moon off to the left, slowly fading into the day time. In a quick motion I set my hand on the window and arranged my thumb and index finger on the moon, pulling them apart to zoom in. The grey sphere enlarged and I could see the ships entering and exiting the lunar docks. My parents had traveled by orbital maglev to the moon two days ago for a vacation after a long work session attempting to create matter without the empty space between the atoms, as a method for drilling to the center of planets. They deserved the time away on the moon.