• 00:39

    ZM Global - Ep 161 - TZM Education: A global project for all chapters of TZM

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    This weeks TZM global focusses on the topic of education and discusses the launch of a new movement wide initiative to take a sustainable train of thought to the next generation. The aim of the project is for every chapter of TZM to initially go to just one school or university to promote/discuss sustainable values and practices.

    To find out more and to get involved in the project please visit: www.tzmeducation.org

  • 01:09

    ZM Global - Ep 147 - Esplori

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    Federico Pistono joins Ben McLeish on ZM Global to discuss his new efforts to translate all online courseware into every language for free. This venture falls under the title of Esplori, and Federico provides an overview of the various project milestones, the developments in online learning, and what is just around the corner. The episode begins with a brief retrospective of Michael C Ruppert's life in the wake of his recent suicide on April 13th, 2014.


    - Esplori can be found at www.esplori.net


    - Episode Introductory monologue: Stewart Lee on Tax and Class - from the BBC Show Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle


    - Extracts of Vice Magazine's 6 Part Documentary "Apocalypse, Man" on Michael C Ruppert's last months before suicide taken from their excellent Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWWdeTERAsc


    Parental guidance: Brief use of explicit language means a PG-13 rating.


    About: ZM Global Radio is a weekly radio show presented by various active coordinators of The Zeitgeist Movement in a rotational fashion.

  • 00:36

    ZM Global - Ep 151 - On Rationality (with Ryan Johnson)

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    Ryan Johnson discusses research from a cognitive science lab about the ways in which people can be persuaded by rational arguments, despite our human ability to be stubbornly irrational.  By learning about more effective approaches to presenting rational arguments, we can strive to be better advocates for social change.


    Jim Phillips' lecture series returns next week with part 2 of his 8 lecture cycle.


    About: ZM Global Radio is a weekly radio show presented by various active coordinators of The Zeitgeist Movement in a rotational fashion

  • 01:08

    ZM Global - Ep 160 - The Zeitgeist Movement Challenge

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    A number of weeks ago, The Zeitgeist Movement issued the following challenge; Falsify either one or more of the tenets of the Zeitgeist Movement and present them in a 1000 word essay or less. The responses have now been collated, and we have answered two. These can be found here:http://blog.thezeitgeistmovement.com/blog/matt-berkowitz/tzm-challenge-best-essays-and-responses. This week we interview Ryan. His case comes bolstered with the following references, including a link to his own work.


    Resilience and the Behavior of Large-Scale System" by Lance H. Gunderson
    Elements of Resistance" by Jeriah Bower
    "Concerning the Violent Peace Police" by David Graeber
    Introduction to Transferics" by Ryan Salisbury
     

  • 00:56

    ZM Global - Ep 146 - Open Source Innovation

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    Jaeson Cooper joins the ZM Global Roster. In his first show, Jaeson runs through an impressive array of initiatives in the Open Source arena, from information, the systems, to products. Links for this show are copious, and as many as possible are listed below. More can be found on social networks which are posting pisode.


    About: ZM Global Radio is a weekly radio show presented by various active coordinators of The Zeitgeist Movement in a rotational fashion.


    Creative Commons
    The Open source philosophy
    Open source education
    OSS Watch provides tips for selecting open source, or free and open software.
    OEDb: over 10,000 free courses from universities as well as reviews of colleges and rankings of college degree programs
    Open Tapestry: over 100,000 open licensed online learning resources for an academic and general audience
    OER Commons: over 40,000 open educational resources from elementary school through to higher education.
    Open Content: a blog, definition, and game of open source as well as a friendly search engine for open educational resources.
    JISC: Joint Information Systems Committee works on behalf of UK higher education

  • 00:57

    ZM Global - Ep 145 - Scientific Literacy

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    Matt Berkowitz brings on Mario Coss to discuss "scientific literacy" and
    its importance with respect to advocating social change. A wide variety of
    topics are touched upon, including the peer review process, key
    perspectives that must be adopted for performing good research, and the
    influence of the market system on the scientific process. This is a
    precursor to Matt Berkowitz's upcoming lecture "How to Know What's True:
    Steps to Successful Research".

    Recommended reading:

    1. Merchants of Doubt, by Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway
    2. Bad Science / Bad Pharma, by Ben Goldacre
    3. How to Read a Paper: The Basics of Evidence-Based Medicine, by Trisha
    Greenhalgh
    4. S3 Science, Statistics and Skepticism, by Fourat Janabi
    5. Good Science, Bad Science, Pseudoscience, and Just Plain Bunk How to
    Tell the Difference, by Peter A. Daempfle
    6. Informal Logical Fallacies: A brief guide, by Jacob E. Van Vleet
    7. Supersense: From Superstition to Religion – the Brain Science of
    Belief, by Bruce Hood


    About: ZM Global Radio is a weekly radio show presented by various active coordinators of The Zeitgeist Movement in a rotational fashion. These broadcasts discuss the developments and aims of The Zeitgeist Movement.

  • 00:52

    ZM Global - Ep 143 - Cybernated Farm Systems

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    Douglas Mallette, former NASA subcontractor and systems engineer joins ZM Global to discuss his efforts to found a company dealing in next-gen farming to tangibly solve the world food issue. The aim of Cybernated Farm Systems (CFS) is to provide locally vertically grown fresh food using aquaponics. Saving space, using fewer resources and "doing more with less" is the key to global sustainable decentralized food production. Doug has als created the "SusPlus" Initiative, a free standard designed not only to be sustainable, but to encourage a sort of "reverse pollution", to leave the environment better than prior to deployment of an industrial or production operation. 


    Thunderclap campaign for CFS runs until April 11th! Support this project for free here: https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/9645-cybernated-farm-systems


    About: ZM Global Radio is a weekly radio show presented by various active coordinators of The Zeitgeist Movement in a rotational fashion. These broadcasts discuss the developments and aims of The Zeitgeist Movement.


     

  • 01:21

    ZM Global - Ep 144 - Breaking Bad

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    TZM Breaking Bad Discussion Description: Zeitgeist Movement advocates Jen Wilding, Juan Gonzalez & Mario Coss discuss Vince Gilligan's hit television series Breaking Bad. David Simon's HBO series The Wire is also referenced.


    Warning: Lots of Breaking Bad spoilers are contained within this discussion.


    About: ZM Global Radio is a weekly radio show presented by various active coordinators of The Zeitgeist Movement in a rotational fashion. These broadcasts discuss the developments and aims of The Zeitgeist Movement.

  • 00:39

    ZM Global - Ep 149 - From Social Symptoms to Root Causes - Introduction

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    Relationship, extensionality and boating life are the topics being discussed on this weeks TZM global radio show with James Phillips from the UK chapter and TZM Education. This show also includes an introduction to an 8 episode presentation series coming to TZM Global radio in the next few weeks entitled 'From social symptom to root cause'.


    About: ZM Global Radio is a weekly radio show presented by various active coordinators of The Zeitgeist Movement in a rotational fashion. These broadcasts discuss the developments and aims of The Zeitgeist Movement.

  • 01:18

    ZM Global - Ep 148 - Q&A with Matt and Ben Part 1

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    In this episoide, Matt Berkowitz and Ben McLeish field questions from the communiy at The Zeitgeist Movement. Questions concern the tenets and proposals of a Natural Law/Resource-Based Economy as a viable alternative to the current market paradigm of consumption, ownership, competition and waste.


    Matt's recent talk "How to Know What's True: Assessing Scientific Research", which is referenced early in the show, is linked and sourced on the The Zdeitgeist Movement Official Blog:http://blog.thezeitgeistmovement.com/blog/matt-berkowitz/how-know-whats-true-assessing-scientific-research


    About: ZM Global Radio is a weekly radio show presented by various active coordinators of The Zeitgeist Movement in a rotational fashion. These broadcasts discuss the developments and aims of The Zeitgeist Movement.

  • 00:57

    ZM Global - Ep 135 - New Year's Address

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    New Year's address for The Zeitgeist Movement. News from the movement, upcoming events in the first part of 2014, and other talking points. Lee Camp reports the most underreported stories of 2013, and a brief discussion on the life and writings of Edward Bernays, the "father of Public Relations". 


    Lee Camp's full Video - the Most Underreported stories of 2013: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUpOx9Vurh4


    About: ZM Global Radio is a weekly radio show presented by various active coordinators of The Zeitgeist Movement in a rotational fashion. These broadcasts discuss the developments and aims of The Zeitgeist Movement.

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