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~ Inertia of Change ~

Posted in Alchemy, Cosmology, Metaphysics, Mysticism, Philosophy, Psychology with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 6, 2012 by SiNgUlIbRiUm

Inertia of Change

What then is time?
If no one asks me, I know;
if someone asks me to explain it, I know not.
~ Augustine of Hippo ~

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Surviving Progress (2011)

Posted in Documentary, Philosophy, Science, World Cinema with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 31, 2012 by SiNgUlIbRiUm

Director: Mathieu Roy, Harold Crooks
Producer: Martin Scorsese
Genre: Documentary
Country: Canada
Language: English / Portuguese / AR / PT / EN subtitles

Humanity’s ascent is often measured by the speed of progress. But what if progress is actually spiraling us downwards, towards collapse?

Documentary telling the double-edged story of the grave risks we pose to our own survival in the name of progress. With rich imagery the film connects financial collapse, growing inequality and global oligarchy with the sustainability of mankind itself. The film explores how we are repeatedly destroyed by ‘progress traps’ – alluring technologies which serve immediate need but rob us of our long term future. Featuring contributions from those at the forefront of evolutionary thinking such as Stephen Hawking and economic historian Michael Hudson. With Martin Scorsese as executive producer, the film leaves us with a challenge – to prove that civilization and survival is not the biggest progress trap of them all.

Education for a Sustainable Future (2012)

Posted in Documentary, Independent Film, Philosophy, Psychology, Science with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 22, 2012 by SiNgUlIbRiUm

Director: Tom Hallatt, Dale Hallatt
Producer: Tom Hallatt, Dale Hallatt
Genre: Documentary / Independent Film
Country: United Kingdom
Language: English

What is considered ‘socially relevant’ in society? How and why things happen in the world? What can we do to create a much more socially sustainable society?

Education for a Sustainable Future produced by New Future Media presents information on how today’s practices in schools are socially unsustainable. The documentary film critically analyses what is considered socially relevant in a new education system which brings out the most potential in all of humanity whilst also detailing specific educational methods from a wide range of sources on how to nurture social skills, critical thinking techniques and a larger variety of important practices to positively reinforce from our earliest years onwards. It must be recognized that a sustainable education is one of the most critical components of any advanced society.