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50,000 Mile US Bicycle Route System May Become Reality

On December 5, 2010, in Traveling, by eCoylogy
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“The U.S. Bicycle Route System will connect communities across the nation. It will make important cultural and scenic destinations accessible by bicycle. It will bring dollars back to our communities, help fight obesity, and make it easier for Americans to travel without cars. It will immerse us in our local, living landscapes, and recalibrate our […]

Collective Progression: Firing Up The Grassroots

On December 5, 2010, in Ecology, by eCoylogy
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Collectiveprogression.org is a project centered on furthering the development of a social movement model and building a collaborative and cohesive movement. The aim is to develop a broad narrative of community issues and progressive initiatives. The next generations face a unique reality, where life as it is known will change due to consequences of unsustainable […]

The Evolution of Bipedalism

On December 5, 2010, in Biology, by eCoylogy
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What’s fascinating about being alive is that we’re all products of an evolving species. Think about it, why are our brains capable of doing what they do? This wasn’t always the case. When did this start and what has been the timeline of its development? An act as simple as walking is also a sign […]

Dynamic Architecture

On December 5, 2010, in Creative Arts, by eCoylogy
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“Imagine if there were fully sustainable buildings that could also change their shape… Check out this architect’s idea of what that would look like. Basically, the buildings would be powered entirely from solar and wind energy. And the move, allowing the inhabitants to have different views, more/less sun…etc.” Dynamic Architecture

An Interview With John Zerzan & Derrick Jensen

On December 5, 2010, in Ontology, by eCoylogy
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The following is from an interview done by Derrick Jensen with John Zerzan: Mention anarchism and most people think of chaos, mayhem, and bomb- throwing. But for author and social critic John Zerzan, anarchism is not about people running wild in the streets. Rather, it’s about eradicating all forms of domination. This includes not only […]

Macrowikinomics

On December 5, 2010, in Books, Sociology, by Devin
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From Devin Byrka: Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williamsare two men on a mission. Like another reviewer said on Amazon.ca, “this book is not an operations manual; rather, it is a manifesto.” This book provides a blueprint for the future, offering fresh ideas to help us reboot outdated and failing systems, such as healthcare, journalism […]

How To Build A 15-Floor Hotel In 6 Days

On December 5, 2010, in Technology, by eCoylogy
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It is becoming increasingly apparent that the countries who will be pushing humans far into the 21st century are coming from Asia. For a better understanding of why this is the case, and what this prediction looks like, here is an example of how fast the construction process works in China. The following article is […]

Travel: It's Good For You

On December 5, 2010, in Traveling, by eCoylogy
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By: Andrew Wade “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine. Travel helps broaden the mind. It is the consequence of travel where the true expansion is achieved. Travel opens a doorway for the individual to seek out new experiences and be open to the […]

Ready For The Market Now: Air Cars

On December 5, 2010, in Technology, by eCoylogy
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“The BBC reported on the French version of this technology. This report from Australia goes into more depth and also covers an Australian version. How many billions of dollars in research and development funds would the big auto makers claim they need to get this far? Yet, the technology is here now, ready to exploit […]