Take Back the Internet

Take Back the Internet

In this week’s episode Jean M. Russell speaks with Joanna about: Holo, a thrivable technology; differences between blokchain and Holochain; getting back to the internet experience of connecting with others; an ecosystem in the web; exploring the decentralized internet without much tech know-how; envisioning a world where technology supports the experience of small human communities; a system based in nature and our human choices as humans; a platform that promotes evolutionary development, the way ants move and explore; holofuel, rewarded in cryptocurrency by bringing user-controlled applications.

Exploring the Flow State

Exploring the Flow State

In this week’s episode Android Jones and Anson Phong speak with Jacob Aman about: Microdose Virtual Reality, merging visual art, music and dance into a visceral experience; unlocking our potential in the flow state; a wider cultural aperture with new media; an intimate marriage of body and technology; some beneficial and therapeutic effects of Microdose VR; dancing at the beat of your own heart; collective possibilities for virtual reality; creating creative conditions for the imagination; the crossroads of technology and radical paradigm shift; the real interest of cryptocurrency; the potential of blockchain to revolutionize democracies.

The Conscious Use of Electromagnetic Radiation

The Conscious Use of Electromagnetic Radiation

In this week’s episode Michael Blanshan speaks with Joanna about: researching the health hazards of electromagnetic radiation (E.M.R.) exposure on humans; the Santa Fe Alliance for Public Health and Safety; blanketing the cities with high electromagnetic signals without safe zones, a national issue; being conscious about using the new wireless technologies; the possibility of destroying the aesthetic look of the City Different; the exponential increase of...
The Wastewater Gardener

The Wastewater Gardener

Dr. Mark Nelson has worked for several decades in closed ecological system research, ecological engineering, the restoration of damaged ecosystems, desert agriculture and orchardry and wastewater recycling. He is Chairman and CEO of the Institute of Ecotechnics, a U.K. non-profit organization, which consults to several demonstration projects working in challenging biomes around the world; Vice Chairman of Global Ecotechnics Corp. and consults on wastewater reuse...
Open Source Ecology

Open Source Ecology

Marcin Jakubowski came to the U.S. from Poland as a child. He graduated with honors from Princeton and earned his PhD in fusion physics from the University of Wisconsin before shifting direction and starting a hydroponic vegetable farm in Madison, WI. Lacking real experience in practical matters, he then began his education from scratch, and in 2003 he founded Open Source Ecology in order to make closed-loop manufacturing a reality. He began development on the...
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