If you walk out of this move two thirds of the way in, you can have quite a high-production-value, sci-fi experience.
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In 2014, Furthur, the legendary magic bus that carried Ken Kesey and his Merry Band of Pranksters across country in 1964, hit the road again to celebrate its fiftieth anniversary. ‘m delighted to interview Lindsay Kent, a multi-talented filmmaker at the heart of a fascinating documentary about the 2014 Furthur trip.
David Metcalfe and I have just finished our third Evolver Webinar session and I have been struck by some While my guests are all working in vastly different areas of research, it isn’t very hard to see how they tie together.
Born in the fear of German missiles and culminating in the 1960's Space Race, space exploration has been muddled by militaristic and nationalistic overtones. Now that the experience of spaceflight is merely $200,000 and a waiting
list away, what kind of transformation will be sparked by the successive
crops of space-travellers returning to Earth?
We live in a state of manufactured normalcy. There are mechanisms that prevent us from realizing that the future is actually happening as we speak. To really understand how the world is evolving, we need to break through this manufactured field. Unfortunately, that leads to a kind of existential nausea.