Monday, June 26, 2017

Ryan Sheckler: Illuminati Confirmed?...



What does this have to do with sunglasses?- John Adams

Jacques Ellul Quote



The machine tends not only to create a new human environment, but also to modify man's very essence. The milieu in which he lives is no longer his. He must adapt himself, as though the world were new, to a universe for which he was not created. He was made to go six kilometers an hour, and he goes a thousand.

He was made to eat when he was hungry and to sleep when he was sleepy; instead, he obeys a clock. He was made to have contact with living things, and he lives in a world of stone. He was created with a certain essential unity, and he is fragmented by all the forces of the modern world.


-Jacques Ellul, The Technological Society

Via: John Adams

Friday, June 23, 2017

These Raw Nude Photos Will Remind You Every Body Is Beautiful



SH told Vice that she photographed the unnamed model in poses designed to confuse the viewer enough to discourage them from judging her in the way that most people typically judge nude photographs.

The photographer says she's always loved taking photos of women who "might not realize how beautiful they are" and hoped that people who saw these photos could view the model's figure "apart from any societal judgments about sexual attractiveness by portraying it like a sculpture and a work of art."


Proceed with caution...cosmopolitan.com

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Yes - London's Burning GRENFELL Episodes 1997



Shillers List

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Amazon Echo Commercial featuring Alexa Jones



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Thursday, June 22, 2017

A Psychologist Created Wonder Woman to Institute Female Rule



..."Steinem actually knew the publisher of DC, so she went into the offices a few times to campaign for the return of Wonder Woman, and DC agreed, and brought the classic Amazon Wonder Woman back. … So it was this huge feminist celebration of Wonder Woman. They kind of adopted her as a mascot"...

Continued @ wired.com

Via: Questioning Our Reality




William Moulton Marston: The Creator of Wonder Woman:

"His academic career, pursued alongside these and other ventures, went swiftly downhill; he plummeted from chairman of the psychology department at American University to roving adjunct. His brash egotism—and his affair with Olive Byrne, his student at Tufts and Columbia—may have been part of the reason for his academic failure, but so was the fact that the only psychological theories that interested him were his own. And the only people who took his mishmash of matriarchy and masochism seriously were Holloway and Byrne.

His 1928 tome, Emotions of Normal People, defended “abnormal” sexuality—homosexuality, fetishism, sadomasochism, and so on—as not only normal but fixed in the nervous system."


Continued @ aamorris.net

Where did the number of 100,000 deaths in Hiroshima come from?



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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

John Adams on Myth, Culture and Politics



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Published on Jun 21, 2017
John Adams returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his research regarding historical myths and culture creation. We discuss two books: Michael Kammen's Mystic Chords of Memory and Jules Henry's Culture Against Men. We talk about how the oligarchs create and exploit historical myths to perpetuate their rule and the roles propaganda, advertising, mass trauma and technology have played in creating mass culture.

John is a researcher and co-host of The Afternoon Commute, a podcast regularly featured on Hoax Busters Call.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Join the Artificial Womb Workshop



NNN is currently researching the concept, societal impact and challenges of the artificial womb. The goal of this project is to develop thought-provoking scenarios that facilitate a much-needed discussion on the way technology radically alters our attitude towards reproduction, gender, relationships and love in the 21st century.

Want to know more? Join the Artificial Womb workshop at Border Sessions, on June 28 in The Hague, to build new narratives around assisted reproductive technologies, explore new cultures and craft your own piece of design fiction.


Continued @ nextnature.net

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Jordan Peterson: Say What You Think



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