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Everything is bigger in Texas – Including the effects of poor resource management

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The Texas Blackout of 2021 serves as a prime example, gathering every aspect of a for-profit-system’s logical fallacy and rolling it up into one comprehensive scope of where it all went wrong and why.

Socioeconomic Change: The First Step

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The hegemonic position of Big Corp must be destabilized in order to affect any real change. Then and only then will more than a century of talking the talk finally make the walk. If you want to make a change, ironically, we must first all decide to be the same, to some degree.

America Is Terminally Ill.

America is terminally ill.

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Class stratification, which is the result of wealth and asset inequalities throughout society, results in a plethora of subsequent inequalities but perhaps none so inhumane as healthcare gouging/poaching. Sounds made up but rest assured, ‘it’s a thing’. And it’s something that’s on the rise.

The Hierarchy of Motivation

What if I told you that there's no such thing as 'laziness;?

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“Several attempts at clarifying this thesis have been made from some of society’s greatest alternative minds such as Fuller, Fresco and Peter Joseph. Here, we’re going to expound on the mechanism which manifests as ‘laziness’, fortifying the hypothesis that laziness is a byproduct of an unfulfilling socioeconomic model.”

A “Momentous Leap” : The 6th Great Shift Of Humanity

Matthew Holten Sustainability

Something is changing in the world today. We’re not exactly sure what it is, but we can feel it. The constructs of society and the rules that we are governed by seem to become more obsolete by the day, and a new age of thinking is being ushered in by those with a mindset that values any and all life …

14 World-Changing Reasons For A Resource Based Economy

Matthew Holten Sustainability

It is difficult to talk about the benefits and implementation of a Moneyless Society without eventually referring to it’s Siamese Twin – a Resource Based Economy. For those of you who don’t know, and to clarify, we are not talking about the economy, defined by google, which is “the economy of a country whose gross national product or gross domestic …