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  • perpetuallyphil 12:43 am on October 9, 2008 Permalink |
    Tags: abundance, , , , , , , , sustainability, venus project, zeitgeist   

    NEW zeitgeist movie 

    i am fully impressed by the next installment in the zeitgeist educational movie world. these pictures, ideas and quotes are really imporant and expansive. there is a great expilanation of the for-profit economy that has led to our current financial “disaster” first, followed by ideas for a more inclusive and expansive future.

    i do, however suggest critical thinking (like blog peeps need encouragement) because these arguments are one sided for sure. not that the ends of sustainability and abundance are not good or real, but more that there are many means to reach such ends. in any case, its nice to see some ideas for solutions instead of fear mongering cynicism. please check it out if ya got some time.

    • tallbridge 6:46 am on October 9, 2008 Permalink

      fucking glorious man….GLORIOUS

      im starting a new project…i’ve got a few things goin on I’ll try my best to keep you all posted on…here’s the beginning


      (I used blogspot cause wordpress for some reason wouldn’t let me throw the poll on there)

      so much to talk about…SO MUCH TO TALK ABOUT

      this movie changes everything tho…completely accessible…and perfect timing…lets go lets go lets go…if you’re wondering what somebody else is doing you’re wasting time

    • untamedyawp 7:33 pm on October 9, 2008 Permalink

      great success
      very nice
      i like

      i have the avi file and would love to share in the shred share server if i wasn’t completely clueless as to the protocol of untzing the shakespeer….


    • tallbridge 2:21 pm on October 10, 2008 Permalink

      yeah people can also grab the AVI file from google vid….anyone w/ dvd burners should hit it up….any email lists your on, reply to all….and get chalk…fucking chalk wherever the hell you are

      “it is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society”

    • homad 9:12 pm on October 10, 2008 Permalink

      just sent you an email untamedyawp…couldn’t remember if u told me a username/password yet. if you did then your set. if not, then reply to my e-mail. I know the tutorial looks daunting but it is rather simple….Our server/hub address is telos.no-ip.com:411 that is all u really need to know to be able to connect and start sharing.

  • perpetuallyphil 7:13 pm on September 19, 2008 Permalink |
    Tags: algae, alternative fuels, , , , sustainability   

    algae solutions 

    this seems like a great idea for it not only creates fuel but also utilizes removal of CO2 from our atmosphere in the process. two birds, one algea (or i guess a few strands). i have seen this stuff for years at festivals like dreamtime and sustainable fairs. i think we are starting to see the main stream catch on a little:

    • homad 5:50 am on September 23, 2008 Permalink

      This is great. Algae, fungi, what are the differences? Cuz both seem to me that they need to be more integrated into human living.

  • perpetuallyphil 11:38 pm on September 17, 2008 Permalink |
    Tags: beer, , fair, , off the grid, sustainability,   

    Rocky Mountain Sustainable Living Fair 

    This Saturday and Sunday in Fort Collins accross from New Belgum on Vine St:

    “The Sustainable Living Fair is a solution based, hands-on, family oriented event designed to educate people of all ages and backgrounds about Sustainable Living Practices, Renewable Energy, Environmental & Social Responsibility, Natural Health, Green Building, Alternative Vehicles, Organic Agriculture, Local Economies and more.”


  • tallbridge 7:23 pm on September 15, 2008 Permalink |
    Tags: lotus elise, sustainability   

    Lotus announces hemp-based Eco-Elise 

    Via Transport 2.0:

    Sustainable hemp technical fabrics have been used as the primary constituent in the high quality “A” class composite body panels and spoiler. The renewable hemp has exceptional material properties that make for a very strong fibre. Historically hemp has been used in the manufacture of rope, illustrating the great strength of the material.

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