Monthly Archives: January 2010

Three E’s and the New Decade of Awareness

Dr. Chris Martenson, author of Crash Course, fellow with Post Carbon Institute, and strategic advisor on realities of key world systems, joins ZOOM’D for continuing dialogue about economy, energy, and environment (3 E’s) in this new decade of awareness. Deeply understanding the 3 E’s and building widespread action in relation to them is central to […]

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Ancient Patterns of Human Change

Dr. Michael Vlahos, distinguished professional and author with broad knowledge and expertise in history, anthropology, national security studies, and foreign policy, joins ZOOM’D to explore the nature of human change and the coming great transition as seen through the lens of ancient historical transformations. Combining perspectives from his 2009 book, Fighting Identity: Sacred War and […]

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The Long Emergency

James Howard Kunstler, author of The Long Emergency, World Made by Hand, and numerous other books, joins ZOOM’D to shake up thinking about the challenges posed by the coming permanent oil crisis, climate change, and other converging catastrophes of the 21st century. In a riveting description of realities and contraction that the world faces, James […]

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So What #2?

ZOOM’D host John Schmidt is joined by co-producer Cynthia McEwen in a second “So What?” review of themes from recent 2009 guest shows. John and Cynthia distill a taste of guest perspectives that also offers a platform for what is coming on ZOOM’D. Underscoring a through-line of what is really going on in our world […]

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