Monday, September 21 2020
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I will talk about the inherent quality of peace versus its definition by absence of war introducing the peace activist Tomo Križnar.
DAY OF PEACE
Highlighting the importance of transport to limit global warming, the 3rd Transport and Climate Change Week including a Conference on Thursday 5th March fostered knowledge exchange and high-level contacts between 250 transport colleagues from all over the world.
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Member of the Design Science Decade 2020 Cohort
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by the Buckminster Fuller Institute + HabRitual
Environmental Virtual Reality Data Triptych
“For dust we are and to data we will return.”
The Light of The World: welcome to the Nuclear Plexus
“The most beautiful and horrifying Dymaxion map yet.”
David McConville, The Buckminster Fuller Institute
“Their magnum opus. It is spectacular and sublime.”
Entering the Abyss of Light
An immediate humanitarian response to the earthquake and arising
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nuclear crisis in Japan, March 2011
Open Home Project |
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The Avatar of the Internet
10 years of touring an example to follow
How much energy is needed to view one single video on YouTube?
image: Burning Man 2016
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Media Metrics |
“Know that the whole world is a mirror,
in each atom are found a hundred blazing suns.
If you split the center of a single drop of water,
a hundred pure oceans spring forth.
If you examine each particle of dust,
a thousand Adams can be seen.
A universe lies hidden in a grain of millet.
everything is brought together at the point of the present.
From each point along that circle thousands of forms are drawn.
Each point, as it revolves in a circle,
is at times a circle, at others a turning circumference.”
–Mahmoūd Shabestarī (1288–1340)
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