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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

A Call to Chapters

A Call to Chapters

There are many TZM activists all over Earth and each and every one of you are celebrated!

What exactly is the difference between an official chapter and a group of activists?

Neither is of more or less value than the other. All of us involved are individual awareness activists. When we organize with others we become a group of activists. There is great benefit that many groups of activists are missing by not connecting with the global network in an official way.

Universal Basic Income: The trojan horse

Universal Basic Income: The trojan horse

I should have written this article about 6 months ago, when I finished my thesis on a Resource Based Economy, but this could not be a better occasion. Due to various circumstances, we find a key to the expansion of an idea whose time has come now. Unlink employment, in the minds of people, from the right to exist.

The Ongoing Zeitgeist/Liberty Movements Debate: A Review

A discussion between Adam Kokesh and Peter Joseph earlier this year has inspired me to shed light on the critical exchange taking place between The Zeitgeist Movement and Liberty Movement. As can be seen in an interview with RT's Abby Martin (watch@22:50), I am not the only one who has noticed an emerging polarity within the greater movement.

Transition: Efficient Productivity in a Digital Human Resource-based Hybrid Economy

Transition: Efficient Productivity in a Digital Human Resource-based Hybrid Economy

CALL TO ALL DEVELOPERS, ARTISTS, AND CONTENT CREATORS

“The position of the artist if humble. He is essentially a channel.” - Piet Mondrian

On August 20th, 2013 I released to the public a fully functioning prototype for a project that I’ve been developing for nearly 5 years. I believe this project could greatly benefit from constructive feedback and assistance, so therefore I am addressing the only group I am aware of that is overall, the most likeminded to my values: The Zeitgeist Movement.

BASIC INCOME: A new universal right?

BASIC INCOME: A new universal right?

As a brief intro and due to the first responses on the original Spanish post on my blog I want to clarify that I do think the Universal Basic Income (UBI) is a good idea; however, I think that if we emphasize one single approach, I would not choose this one, and what follows is why. Nevertheless the intention here is to start a dialog on the proposals and how we can expand on them.

The Insidious MACHINE

The Insidious MACHINE

Last year it was estimated by the United Nations that it would cost approximately 195 billion dollars per year to feed the hungry. Ironically, Forbes published that the top ten richest people of 2012 had accumulated a net worth of over 450 billion dollars between them. The complete list of a record 1,426 billionaires stated their total combined net worth to be 5.4 trillion dollars.

The Labour Movement: Breaking an Old Paradigm

The Labour Movement: Breaking an Old Paradigm

“The synergetic aspect of industry’s doing ever more work with ever less investment of time and energy per each unit of performance...has never been formally accounted as a capital gain of land-situated society. The synergistic effectiveness of a world-around integrated industrial process is inherently vastly greater than the confined synergistic effect of sovereignly operating separate systems. Ergo, only complete world desovereignization can permit the realization of an all humanity high standard support.”
-R. Buckminster Fuller

Evolution of 3D Printing

Evolution of 3D Printing

3D printing, the amazing technology that has recently grasped the media's attention, evokes comparisons to Star Trek's 'replicator' that could assemble any known object out of its basic molecules. Behind all the hype, what can it do, and will it really change our world?

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