Saturday, August 8, 2009

The Most Stimulating 18-Minutes of Your Week

I have often used this forum to taut the work of Tyler Wigg-Stevenson and the Two Futures Project on several occasions, including my last post. This year, Tyler spoke at Q Conference. His talk, The Post-Atomic World, polled with the attendees at the greatest talk among an incredible list of speakers. In fact, it was the only talk I remember that received a standing ovation from a crowd that included some of the greatest writers, musicians and thinkers around today. As a follow up to my last post, I encourage all of you to watch Tyler's talk at Q last year. It's absolutely free to view, but I'm offering a money back guarantee that it will be the most intellectually stimulating 18-minutes of your week. It certainly changed my heart.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I was less than impressed to say the least. He is extremely, dangerously naive. It is not possible to get rid of nukes. All that would happen is that nuclear weapons would be in the hands of evil people, groups, or nations. The genie is out of the bottle. You can make a bomb in secret. Pakistan did it. The Soviet Union did it. Probably someone else has done it. If the entire world were Christian fine. But he makes the same mistake young naive people often make, he assumes all others are well intentioned like him.They aren't. I bet your home is locked when you are away. I bet your church is locked at night and may even have security such as a night watchman since it is so large. Why do you feel the need for uch protection?