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  • 00:31

    bridges for humanity

    in Energy

    How much more will it take to have a  good quality of life for all of humanity ? Is it possible ? We think it is. We can do it. If we work together . Please have a  look at Wiki...................... HUMAN ENERGY RENEWABLE MEASUREMENT   .........(www.theherm.org) or (www.goingbeyondradio.com/bridge) also on you tube.. money as debt...or  ..Zeiteist moving forward.... this will be helpful to understand the problems were in ..Then we can help to fix them .thank you jeff beller your humble host.

  • 00:26

    Humanity Burns - Episode 2

    in Current Events

    Is the country going to the Ducks?  What should we think about Duck Dinesty, and how on earth are there so many hunters in the U.S.  Two cousins will hash it out on Humanity Burns. 

  • 02:01

    bridges programming, are we able to make our economics 'better'?

    in Energy

    Better... economics that serves humanity and life/survival - not just the profit margine.  I think we are able, but are we ready?

  • 02:00

    World call In, Buckminster Fuller - what did he say?

    in Energy

    Buckminster Fuller became larger than life in his lifetime.  His extraordinary written legacy and endless inventiveness (not just the geodesic dome) stand as exceptional individual accomplishments.  And he belived in the power of each individual.  He referred to himself as an average man, not because of false modesty but because he was very proud to be just like everyone else - with their same infinite potential.  Though he is mostly known for his invention of the geodesic dome structure, which he patterned on the forms of viruses, he considered himself first and most importantly a humanitarian.  His efforts, through writing and lecturing extensivly, were aimed at helping humanity understand how to survive on 'spaceship earth' with grace and dignity for all.

  • 02:01

    world call in, humans are innately creative...

    in Energy

    We ask,  how can I make this better...  we build on each others discoveries and understanding and on our own senthesis of what we observe and experience.  We are fully capable of making our economic systems better.  We can make our economics serve humanity and preserve nature.  We don't want to ignore the tragic symptoms of profit driving economics.  We understand that there is no future for us there.  Humans are innately creative and we are moving toward an exciting understanding about our place in the natural world.

  • 01:01

    Balancing humanity and technology

    in Education

    Balancing humanity and technology!
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    There is no denying that we are who we are today because of the magic of technology. In 65 years technological innovation has simply exploded. Every piece of equipment has been recreated and improved upon. Even some parts of our own bodies have been manipulated and fixed due to these incredible technologies. For that we must applaud those who have pushed hard to go beyond the human limits.


    So what’s the inverse? Well, since technology is so very effective and efficient it’s no surprise that it’s EVERYWHERE. Many of us share a workspace with more electronics than people. This has had mental and physical effects on those who...


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  • The Secret Origins of Humanity

    in Science

    To be blunt virtually everything you know about the origins of humanity is FALSE.  The truth, and what we suspect, is SHOCKING.


    To discuss this we have Michael Tellinger.

  • 02:01

    Sunday on the Front Stoop, More about Bucky.

    in Energy

    We are continuing our 'conversation' with Bucky Fuller.  Since it is no longer possible to speak with him personally, we will do the next best thing by referring to his writing and selecting some of his quotes to discuss.  We will try to imagine what he would say about the state of economics today - some 20+ years after his death.  Also, what would he have said abou the concept of the human energy renewable measure, hrem.  We beg his pardon in advance if in the course of our program we do offend.  He is one of the worlds great poet philosophers and we are lucky to have the advantage of his life's work to add to our own understanding.

  • 01:13

    Lesson In Humanity

    in Lifestyle

    When you hear the phrase " A Lesson In Humanity" want comes to mind? Well Chris Wright found out first hand when he was pronounced dead four times and left in a coma after a 2003 car accident. Come join Talking2Terri & The Prophet as we welcome our guest Pastor Chris Wright to the live broadcast. Mr. Wright will join us with his amazing testimony of healing and deliverance. Prophet Simeon Coates will be on the line to pray with and for anyone that needs healing and deliverance. As we progress with a wonderful testimony October please be mindful not to wait on the storm before you decide to make sure your foundation will hold. Some times storms comes without warning are you prepared? Call in live at 10 pm central time 646.595.3069 and be a part of the healing process.

  • 02:01

    World Call In, Quotable Mises

    in Energy

    It is very a daunting task to read everything that Ludwig von Mises ever wrote.  But some people have attempted this feat and one of them is Mark Thornton, a senoir fellow of the Ludwig von Mises Instutute.  We interviewed Mark several months ago and encourage you to find the interview in our archives.  But today we will benefit from Marks research and his collection of quotes from Mises.  "The Quotable Mises" is an excellent collection of his thoughts organized in catagories.  We will pick out some quotes we would like to discuss and invite you to join in and see where this leads us.

  • 02:02

    Bridges Programming, Economics and Social Justice - can they coexist?

    in Energy

    Economics and Social Justice - can they coexist?


     


    This evening we will be conversing with Norm Kurland, President of the Center for Economics and Social Justice. CESJ.org.  This think tank was started in 1984 and defines itself as an education center and social justice catalyst. We will draw Norm out on the subjects of economic and social justice - how far have we come?