Technology

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.

TZM Italy | 3D Printers for a better world!


Donate here: http://www.kapipal.com/3dprinter4world
Let's figure out to have at home, in the office or at school a revolutionary, environmentally friendly device which is useful in daily life and allows to save money and to stimulate our creativity.
Everyone knows what a printer is, but very few know that there are now 3D printers, and even less people know that some of them are Open Source and that nowadays the most advanced models of these printers have come to the point of being able to print almost anything: even houses and human organs!

The Zeitgeist Movement Italy and Open Source Ecology Italy plan to build two 3D Open Source printers to be used for demonstrations in public and private schools of Naples and Milan, in order to raise awareness on public's opinion on the collaborative Open Source philosophy.

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?

A Resource Based Economy - the Beginning

A Resource Based Economy - the Beginning

- by Dror Hilman -
In a world of accelerated and unexpected development, we should start to separate from the models that dominated society over the past century, and get ready for a dramatic change. What will the new paradigm look like? It is impossible to predict exactly. But here are some changes borne on the wings of the new technological revolution, signaling to us what the transition period might look like. An era where money and politics are still important, but less so..

The Zeitgeist Movement and the Intelligence Explosion

The Zeitgeist Movement and the Intelligence Explosion

To me, the Zeitgeist Movement is about promoting low entropy, rationality, cooperation, freedom, equality, sustainability, unity and about decreasing existential risks for humanity - and ultimately about implementing a new socioeconomic system based on those virtues, and thus based on what is reasonable from a technological and ecological - not a monetary - point of view.

Technology is a Tool, Not a Solution

Technology is a Tool, Not a Solution

Human technology today is outstanding--mind-boggling almost beyond comprehension; we have advanced so quickly in such a short space of time that most of us are unaware of our true capabilities.

Global Abundance System

Global Abundance System

Warning: a weapon of mass creation is detailed below, currently available for replication, distribution and use. Handle with care.

A lot of people around the world are willing to help and be helped, to share, to serve and be served.
The Global Abundance System is the place where problems are solved, the requirements are filled, the needs are satisfied, the missions are accomplished and the dreams come true.

Project Earth: the Game - A Concept

Project Earth: the Game - A Concept

The following is a conceptual description of a Project Earth simulation game inspired by the Project Earth segment from the film, Zeitgeist: Moving Forward.

The Player

Upon starting the simulation for the first time, the player is assigned an area of land on which to cultivate a Resource-Based Economic city.

Ending World Hunger ...Easy

Ending World Hunger ...Easy

In 1974 the first World Food Conference was held by the United Nations to set up a plan of action to end world hunger. In that conference, then U.S. Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger stated that within 10 years no child would go to bed hungry. To say Mr. Kissinger was off on his prediction would be an understatement. In 1974 it was estimated, by the F.A.O., that 434 million people were going hungry in the world. Since then that number has risen to a staggering 925 million.

Please vote for sustainable food development

Please vote for sustainable food development

Please vote for my project "Hooked on Aquaponics". If I win I will receive $2000 to be used for building Aquaponic systems. With the systems I plan to start offering free instruction to the public on how to build and operate their own system scaled to their need and available space. Please help the sustainable food movement and vote for and share this project with all your friends and family :)
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