I recorded this video presentation as a recap of the presentation I gave at the May 9, 2015 Copiosis Portland Tour. It examines tactics people have used historically to successfully change society for the better. It then explains why these tactics may now be less effective, opening the door for new approaches such as Copiosis … Continue reading Copiosis Portland Presentation
What makes people who accomplish extraordinary things extraordinary? Is it living free of commonly-held beliefs about success and failure? How many times are you willing to try something before you succeed at it? Three, three hundred, three thousand? How many years are you willing to work on a worthwhile goal? One, 10, 20? People give up after a few … Continue reading Accomplishing the extraordinary (and impossible)
Join us for our regular small group Skype chats. Every other Saturday at 10 a.m. PST. Totally free. Utterly inspiring. Find out how we're making the impossible impossible. Agenda varies. What you'll walk away with: an appreciation and hope that humanity may indeed make it. We're also planning International Skype chats. Better-suited for timezones outside the … Continue reading Don’t be shy, say hi.
We're amazed at Plutocrat brilliance. They're like ninjas. Long ago, Plutocrats (landed lords and kings) created money to oppress the 99 percent. Today representative politics, consumerism and relative wealth keep us down. Relative wealth: So long as my income is more than that guy, I'm OK. BAM! Conquered. That's the magic. Now the trickery. Plutocrats hide … Continue reading Plutocrat Ninja Move: the Conspiracy Theories