• Oneloveinus

    Ummm if you pay any attention to what Peter Joseph and the Zeitgeist Movement do you would have already seen something similar to this in Peter Joseph’s lecture”Where are we going?” at Maharishi University, Nov. 15th 2009.

    Here’s a link to the lecture on You Tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxPPnCW6sMo&feature=related
    this particular bit is mentioned at minute 29:12

    I recommend watching the entire lecture, multiple times, then you will know what progress and change really mean and how incredibly simple it would be for us to turn our entire species around into something meaningful.

  • Oneloveinus

    Ummm if you pay any attention to what Peter Joseph and the Zeitgeist Movement do you would have already seen something similar to this in Peter Joseph’s lecture”Where are we going?” at Maharishi University, Nov. 15th 2009.

    Here’s a link to the lecture on You Tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxPPnCW6sMo&feature=related
    this particular bit is mentioned at minute 29:12

    I recommend watching the entire lecture, multiple times, then you will know what progress and change really mean and how incredibly simple it would be for us to turn our entire species around into something meaningful.

  • Synapse

    Everyone knows that the primary cause of the average lifespan being so low 200 years ago was primarily due to high infant mortality rates. If you looked at those who survived childhood, they were often much much higher, almost like that of today. If he were to account for that, I suspect a lot of his data would look quite different.

  • Synapse

    Everyone knows that the primary cause of the average lifespan being so low 200 years ago was primarily due to high infant mortality rates. If you looked at those who survived childhood, they were often much much higher, almost like that of today. If he were to account for that, I suspect a lot of his data would look quite different.