Syd Mead is a living legend in the world of futuristic design. I’ve been privileged to work with Syd for the better part of 20 years. In this final episode of season three, I cover many of the facets that make Syd’s mind a bonafide treasure for the world. Enjoy.
The world is waking up. It’s taken a couple decades of global internet communication, but the effects are clearly evident now. In this episode, we review the Qanon movement and its relevance even if it turns out to be a LARP. Enjoy.
We barely discuss our dreams with anyone. What if we did? What if we started to analyze them intensely? Would we discover something about them and ourselves? In this episode, we examine the possible effects of diving deep into our dream reality. Enjoy.
We assume we know what we are, but do we really? If we understood the fundamentals of our very being down our ethereal currents how would that change our perspective? In this episode, we examine the physical and spiritual relationship of this possible composition. Enjoy.
Not a profound discovery, but many of us have lost touch with what keeps us human, ie., interacting with each other in person. In this episode, we dive beyond the basics of the concept and analyze the risks we run not interacting with our fellow man. Enjoy.
What was once a local point of discussion has become a platform for a specific political party, but can one hang onto this visceral state of mind long-term? Psychologist say no. In this episode, we examine what drives this and what realities surround our state of affairs in 2018. Enjoy.
Why do we have to change the world? Because bad apples exist. In this episode, we examine who they were and what makes them tick and what we can do to repair their cartoon. Enjoy.
As all of the books in the world are digitized into fragile memory bits, we run the risk of losing all history due to the slightest EMP wave washing over a storage facility. In this episode, we analyze the realities and risks of losing published paper in a world where information is coveted by special interest groups. Enjoy.
Our world developed at different paces. How do we protect those who are behind the rest? In this episode, we examine the factors in attempting to balance our overall genetic pool. Enjoy!
When does man say enough is enough? What is that point? In this episode, we examine the many factors that lead to these moments and what we can do about it. Enjoy!