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Michael Huesemann: Techno-Fix: Why Technology Won’t Save Us Or the Environment





Does Reality have a Genetic Basis

The ultimate construction, as a basis for fundamental theoretical physics is an imperfectly understood structure called "M-Theory" or "Superstring/M-Theory" (SSMT). In a quest to create a rigorous mathematical background for SSMT, new mathematical structures called "Adinkras" have been proposed as the appropriate objects to study. This study has led to the possibility that there exist a "DNA of Reality" which will be presented in this talk.

Speaker Information
About S. James Gates Jr.
DRC - University of Maryland
S. James Gates Jr., the Toll Physics Professor and Director of the Center for String and Particle Theory at the University of Maryland, serves on the Maryland State Board of Education and the US President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology. He is known for work on supersymmetry, supergravity, and Superstring/M-Theory.




This spectacular documentary uncovers for the very first time, the actual mechanisms by which mobile phone technology can cause cancer. And, how every single one of us is reacting to the biggest change in environment this planet has ever seen.






The people and technologies shaping Africa's energy future. Correspondent Jeff Barbee reports from South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, and Malawi on how energy from the sun, wind, water, and even garbage not only helps the environment but is just good business.




Pirate Television: Micheal Huesemann - Techno-Fix Why Technology Won't Save Us or the Environment







Known as the Kiira EV, this electric car was designed by students at Makerere University in Uganda... read more





Vandana Shiva spoke to a sold out audience at Hart House Theatre on October 22, 2009 about her philosophy of Earth Democracy.

Biopiracy and the patenting of food (GMO's) is an attempt to own life itself. Once patented, food becomes a commodity with unparalled finanical gains for the corporations who own them and tremendous hardship for farmers and the general population who are forbidden to produce for themselves. In india, there has been an 8000% increase in the cost of seed which has been genetically modified. Organic seed self-perpetuates, while GMO seeds must be purchased again each year. Consequently, 1/4 million Indian farmers have committed suicide in the last 10 years.

What can we do?

*Save non-gmo seeds
*Tell politicians you'll withold your vote and financial contributions unless the party bans GMO foods
*Accept no law which distroys or disallows your right to preserve and exchange seed.
*Work to abolish patents on our food and seeds




This feature documentary by Sylvie Van Brabant introduces Mikael Rioux, a young Québécois activist who founded Échofête, Quebecs first environmental festival. Spurred by his passionate concern for the world his son will inherit, Rioux goes on a global quest to meet 7 visionaries with concrete solutions to ecological problems. Together, they offer a survival guide for our planet and a journey back to hope.

(We originally featured the video in its entirety, it has since become unavailable. If you can find it we highly recommend its viewing.)


Tap Water vs Bottled Water




Urban Farming - Hydroponic Gardening in the City




Mountain Top Removal