Sunday, June 27, 2010

YouTube - The Venus Project World Tour 2010 Promo 4 - Nederland, Eindhoven, 26 & 27 juni

YouTube - The Venus Project World Tour 2010 Promo 4 - Nederland, Eindhoven, 26 & 27 juni

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  1. The Venus Project is an honest blueprint for the rise of a new civilization that is based on human involvement and respect for nature. The plans of The Venus Project offer society a wider spectrum of choices based on scientific alternatives, the prospect of a peaceful and sustainable future for everyone. By implementing a ‘Resource Based Economy... See More’ and a variety innovative and environmentally friendly technologies, that can be directly integrated into our social system, The Venus Project aims at a strong decrease in crime, poverty, hunger and other urgent issues that nowadays are being considered normal. What separates The Venus Project from other propositions is the fact that it offers concrete points of action to make these values become workable reality.

    Quote: “Foresight to me is based on the hopes, desires, and aims of individuals, but without a practical blueprint, it is no more than science fiction. A constructive "vision" requires a methodology for achieving the desired goal of a sustainable future. The blueprint must include plans for education, health care, housing, city planning, transportation, clean sources of energy, etc.”

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  2. Mr. Jacque Fresco can among other things be typified as an industrial designer, social engineer, author, futurist and inventor. His multidisciplinary view on societal issues has enabled him to make a proposition for a new design of our society: The Venus Project. It is not uncommon that mass media commentators are talking about current social ... Lees verderissues such as global warming, the destruction of our environment, unemployment, financial crises, crime, violence, hunger, poverty and population explosion. But how often do we hear concrete plans to actually realize a solution for these issues. In this regard it can be easier to criticize society, but a much greater challenge lies in the provision of suited solutions.

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