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Current TV covers Burnin’ Man

Live video cam from burnin’ womans http://qtss.telascience.org/live.sdp burning man site and info http://blog.wired.com/underwire/2007/08/video-current-t.html current.tv coverage of burning man http://www.current.tv/network/video?id=39821750 More current TV 2007 vids day by day http://www.current.tv/burningman/

Jonathan Ott on Free/Cheap/Peak fossil fuels/minerals update/comments

from Erowid Conference Report: Mind States Costa Rica by Lux, Erowid Staff Writer v1 – Jul 18, 2007 sample from Jon Ott- “The End of the Treasure in the Basement”, by Jonathan Ott Jonathan described himself as “not a prophet”, but someone who has been interested in the question of energy and the petroleum-based political […]

What resources are not Peaking? Now it’s Phosphorus! Way important!

From the Oil Drum site Peak Phosphorus Posted by Prof. Goose on August 17, 2007 – 10:00am Topic: Alternative energy Tags: agriculture, depletion, hubbert linearization, phosphorus, recycling This is a guest post by Patrick Déry and Bart Anderson. Patrick Déry is a physicist, energy, agriculture and environment analyst and consultant in Quebec, Canada. Bart Anderson […]

Chris Hitchens joins attack on obsolete “religions”

Interview by Laura Sheahen Your book discusses the problems with the Abrahamic faiths, but then says Eastern religion is not the answer. It seemed like your main criticism of Eastern religion wasn’t so much about its tenets so much as one sex abuse scandal at one ashram. Oh, no. My objection was to the sign […]

Gamer Theory! by McKenzie Wark is Online now!

McKenzie Wark has his new book, Gamer Theory, online! check it out! Post Hakim Bey, post Baudrillard. Seems like a new combo-medium where the book is created online with the users before publishing a “temporary at this time” a hard-copy book. So by all means necessary, be a gamer, but be a gamer who thinks […]

Nice Kurzweil Overview Article

CNN Money (Kurzweil’s started a hedge fund called FatKat) has a very well written overview of Kurzweil and his career.