James Phillips from TZM Education and the UK chapter will be hosting today's episode of TZM global and will be giving a run down on the London ZDAY 2013 event, the push towards bringing groups involved in promoting global unity and sustainability together, as well as continuing to read from the free online book 'The First Civilization'.
This week, Ryan Dyment and Lawrence Alvarez of The Zeitgeist Movement Toronto interview best-selling author of "Sacred Economics" Charles Eisenstein. Under discussion are economic collapse, the gift economy, the role of technology in shaping humanity's future and much more.
Ben McLeish hosts this week's ZM Global Radio show for The Zeitgeist Movement. An overview of Z-Day Los Angeles and Z-Day London is offered, and a visit to the Shasta Dam in Northern California proves to be a test-case in technical ability versus market efficiency.
James Phillips from the UK chapter of The Zeitgeist Movement and TZM Education will host this week's edition of TZM Global radio. Along with discussing movement related news he will also be continuing to read from the book 'The First Civilization'. There will also be a lecture from former systems engineer for the space shuttle program and director of CTS (cybernated farm systems) Douglas Mallette.
Jim Phillips hosts this week's TZM Global Radio show, which features an interview with Zeitgeist Movement advocate and vocalist Rou Reynolds from the band Enter Shikari, as well as running through other movement related news and updates.
Host Bakari Pace discusses climate change and intervention with environmentalist Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org
Ryan Dyment, of TZM Toronto.
Bakari Pace interviews Dr. Martin H. Levinson, the President of the Institute of General Semantics about Jacque Fresco, Alfred Korzybski, and the influence, development, and application of General Semantics in the past and the present.
Host Peter Joseph will discuss Zday 2013 and continue exploring the essays from the new TZM Orientation Guide.
Jim Phillips and Ben McLeish from the UK chapter of The Zeitgeist Movement, discuss the Armageddon that never was, super fast transcontinental travel and the role of government in a Resource based economy.
Ben McLeish and Federico Pistono host this week's TZM Global Radio talk. It will be a conversation about Federico's recent experience at Singularity University (founded by Ray Kurzweil and Peter Diamandis), how groups of passionate people around the world are trying to tackle humanity's grand challenges, and how that relates with RBE ideas. They will also talk about Federico's book "Robots Will Steal Your Job, But That's OK: How to Survive the Economic Collapse and Be Happy", which has just been released and presented on a book tour around the world, where some of the events where organised by TZM members.
Jim Phillips from TZM Education hosts this weeks TZM Global Radio show and, amongst other topics, will be discussing the progress of the 'The First Christmas' campaign, continuing to read from the book 'The First civilization' as well as featuring the inclusion of a presentation from USA state cooridinator Jen Wilding on how to effectively communicate the principals of an RBE
Host Peter Joseph will review essays from The Zeitgeist Movement's new Orientation Guide, Part 1:
"THE ZEITGEIST MOVEMENT DEFINED: REALIZING A NEW TRAIN OF THOUGHT"
ESSAY #2 : THE SCIENTIFIC WORLDVIEW
Host Peter Joseph reads the first 2 essays from The Zeitgeist Movement's new Orientation Guide:
"THE ZEITGEIST MOVEMENT DEFINED: REALIZING A NEW TRAIN OF THOUGHT"
ESSAY #1 : OVERVIEW
In this broadcast Peter Joseph discusses Zday 2013, the long overdue 2012 Orientation Guide release and developments, the Global Redesign Institute initiative and other updates.
This week's Global Radio Show will be hosted by TZM Education Coordinator James Phillips from the UK chapter of The Zeitgeist Movement. Today's show will mainly focus on a new project for TZM called 'The First Christmas', but will also include the next section for the audio book series of the 'The First Civilisation', as well as going through some other movement related news and topics.
To find out more about 'The First Christmas' please visit the Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/thefirstchristmas
In this radio show, Ryan presents the book, Behind the Beautiful Forevers, in which the author meticulously charts the course of the free market mindset in the everyday lives of slum dwellers. He also shares some data gathered from the LA and OC chapters to uncover how people are finding out about the ZM.
Ryan Johnson is the Coordinator for the Orange County Chapter, California, USA
This show is Part II of a panel discussion with of US state coordinators in a two-part discussion of the TZM chapter structure, activism, challenges and how we relate to other organizations.
About: Hosted by Jen Wilding, this show is a panel of US state coordinators in a two-part discussion of the TZM chapter structure, activism, challenges and how we relate to other organizations.
About: Jim Phillips of TZM Education hosts this week's ZM Global Address for The Zeitgeist Movement.Jim Phillips of TZM Education hosts this week's ZM Global Address for The Zeitgeist Movement.
About: Molecular Biologist Oskar Gonzalez's debut on the TZM Global Radio in a lecture entitled Introspection, discussing biases, decision making, and critical thinking as a means for defense in a highly propagandized society.
About: Ben McLeish presents "From Linear Competition to Global Collaboration" recorded at The Little Green Gathering in Petersfield.
About: Jim Phillips from The Zeitgeist Movement UK and TZM Education hosts this weeks show disscussing several topics surrounding the idea of a 'Resource Based Economy'.
This show includes an introduction to the latest understandings of human behaviour from the free e-book 'The first Civilization', as well as a presentation by well known you tuber, blogger and activist Myles Dyer on how the world can unite through education, awareness and online community.
About: In this show Peter Joseph discusses the relevance and success of the 2nd Annual Z Media Festival. He will then presents an introductory essay regarding The Zeitgeist Movement itself and discuss upcoming projects.
About: The History of Coercive Education - by Jim Phillips.
About: Ben McLeish gives an update on the latest developments at TZM.
About: Bakari Pace speaks with Will Elkins of the Buckminster Fuller Institute about Bucky's legacy and genius, his practical achievements, his thoughts on design, and the World Game.
About: Ben McLeish gives an update on the latest developments at TZM, followed by a Q&A of recently submitted questions and criticisms.
About: Peter Joseph covers a large range of upcoming new projects and events including the One Planet Project, the new TZM Chapters Network, the 2nd Annual Zeitgeist Media Festival and more. He will also dedicate a large block of time to answering submitting questions and addressing common criticisms.
About: Cliff Faber will cover the One Planet Project and The Zeitgeist Media Festival 2012
About: Bakari Pace discusses Effective Nonviolent Communication. Helpful source material, such as from Thorstein Veblen, Dan Pink, & Robert Sapolsky and others will be discussed and suggested for further education.
About: Space Shuttle Systems Engineer Douglas Mallette talks with Kevin Tilsner.
About: Jim Phillips of TZM Education, considers the nature of education exclusively and its role in shaping our values and society itself.
About: Ben McLeish, of the UK TZM Lecture Team gives updates on feedback from Z-Day 2012 London, the US Prison system and ALEC, the films Owned & Operated by Crackin Studios, and "I lost My Job" by New Future Media, gives details on upcoming events, followed by a second interview with the Molecularist Movement.
About: Jason Lord, the California Coordinator continues the conversation of activism in the Movement. This show will cover public engagement, how to distinguish what's relevant, self directed learning and a call out for new chapters.
About: Peter Joseph will cover the success of Zeitgeist Day 2012 along with coming chapter changes, the 2012 Zeitgeist Media Festival, along new shifts in movement activism and awareness actions; the release up new educational/administrative materials. Cliff Faber, in the second half, with cover some new Chapter Projects [ "One Planet Project"]and ideas for increasing exposure through more effective street activism.
About: Neil (A.K.A VTV) and Aaron (A.K.A StormCloudsGathering) discuss strategies for reaching people in various activist groups; How to concentrate on what we all have in common, and how to avoid alienating these groups when spreading your message; And the necessity of the various groups (Occupy, Tea Party, etc.) to join forces against common foes to affect real change.
About: Ben McLeish delivers the 3rd in a short series of lectures begun in December 2011. This talk outlines the traditional understandings of social control, reinforcement, coercion and human behavior within present society, and in a society organized around scientific principles and mutuality.
About: Collective Collaboration: discussed by Danette and Thunder of Z Radio, creators of ZBN.
About: News, as well as recent and upcoming events for The Zeitgeist Movement, including Zeitgeist Day, the recent interview on The Joe Rogan Experience and more. This is followed by the latest talk by Ben McLeish given on January 9th in London, entitled "Firing Back.".
About: Jim Phillips, Liam Swords (Lee Hamster) and Simon Andrew from Action on Education
About: Peter Joseph presents Lecture #6 - "Structural Classism" - which will discuss the nature of how the Social System, it's structure and psychology, inherently perpetuates the growing class divide and general social oppression for the majority.
About: Ben McLeish, Art in an RBE: What sort of artistic culture might come about in an RBE, and how do art and culture influence each other? What architecture supports artistic work, and what sort of artistic expressions might be possible in an open-source, highly technologically advanced society?
About: Cliff Faber, Jason Lloyd, Matt Berkowitz discuss: "Market Terminology Decoded" & TZM travels of Jason Lloyd.
About: What is Corruption? Ben McLeish delivers the first in a series of three lectures inspired by a review of the past year. Upcoming talks:"Art in a Resource Based Economy" and "Control".
About: Peter Joseph Lecture #5 "Solutions" Solutions to Life Support Deficiencies - Modern Technology Applied
About: Host Jason Lord and others from the California chapter give details about ongoing chapter developments and updates.
About: Ben McLeish gives an eye-witness update on Occupy London, the Zeitgeist Movement advocate band Enter Shikari's London gigs, covers a personal visit to an Austrian prison with alternative approaches to rehabilitation, and updates on TZM and "Occupy" activities globally.
About: Jim Phillips disscusses transition and every day life as a person living in this system with a different train of thought as well as some of his experiences and methods in teaching.
About: Host Neil Kiernan ["V-Radio"] will discuss the "Importance of independent media, and why you should be part of it." Also on this broadcast: Aaron Moritz of "Theinfiniteyes" on youtube, Terry Gadd of ZMUK Radio, Gregory Wantz and Dannette Wallace from Z-RADIO.
About: Peter Joseph speaks with Brian Phillips Communications Director "Occupy Wall St" Dennis Train Jr. (Occupy Freedom Plaza, Washington).
About: Peter Joseph covers various subjects including the Zeitgeist Media Festival, the Global Redesign Institute, CointelPro and more.
About: Ben Mcleish of TZM UK covers Updates, Language, Orwell, Automation and more.
About: Peter Joseph discusses TZM Townhalls, The Market System, Social Instability and more.
About: Doug Mallette covers Zeitnews, Technology and also answer questions from Movement Members.
About: James Phillips of TZM Education talks about the role of education in modern society, and relays some ideas about promoting the tenets of a Resource-Based Economy to the education sector.
About: Ben McLeish interviews Richard Morley of The Molecularists on the social problems, solutions and challenges of a globally unsustainable zeitgeist. The interview discusses money, technological unemployment and The Molecularist's ideas on transitioning out of a waste and debt-based global economy to a sustainable future.