Sunday, October 30, 2011

The Three Faces of Racial Profiling

There Be Dragons: Daniel Pinchbeck Talks with Russell Brand

Russell Brand joined Daniel Pinchbeck, Graham Hancock and a galactivated group of RS retreat-goers at the Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch in Utah for a frank and funny conversation covering a wide range of topics including the nature of contemporary media, quantum physics, the difference between psychedelics and "horrible drugs that nullify you", what comes after time, and the idea that people have been "coded" by society not to anticipate change.

This video was directed by Mitch Schultz and edited by Bradley Smith. Special thanks to Graham Hancock for being a part of the conversation, to Michael Robinson for providing still images and to Brandie Hardman and Ron Johnson for hosting RS at the beautiful starhub/portal that is the BMGR.

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Bill Black @ #occupywallstreet on Arresting Banksters

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Sunday, October 9, 2011

US jobless epidemic masked by govt statistical shenanigans

TEDxToronto - Dave Meslin "Redefining Apathy"

Geraldo and Fox run away from Wall Street

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Saturday, October 1, 2011

Mad As Hell! Kinetic Typography

Terence McKenna - Syntax of Psychedelic Time

14:15 “I think that the old evolutionary model, which was that evolution was the struggle of the fittest, and the devil take the hindmost, is pretty much discredited. And we now understand that what is maximized in evolution is not the sharpness of the fang or the length of the claw, but the ability to cooperate with other species, harmoniously. That’s what’s being maximized. … Humans are a perverse lot, and I suppose what one can reasonably hope for is incremental advances toward the good.”

37:52 “What freedom means is you find out how good you are by discovering what you do when you have the power to destroy yourself, and we as a species are in that position and no one can do it but us. And if we do not destroy ourselves, then very obviously the intellectual tools that we have taken in hand are the tools which will send us out to the stars.”

49:57 “Science did work better in the 19th century than it’s working in the 20th because reality is slowly slipping through its fingers.”

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