Zeitgeist

When you look at the work of Allan Savory and the Savory Institute – you most certainly witness a maturation of our relationship with goats and other herding animals. His work is fundamental, in terms of principles, to the evolution of agriculture.

Countless millions of square miles of desert can be reversed applying those principles, intelligently.

But aside from wise management of natural resources, man’s biggest challenge today lies in ending the conflicts born of his fixation on the scarcity principle – and energy production (still in the realm of natural resources but most specific) is at the root of this issue – technologically speaking.

The future depends on application of Savory’s work. There’s no doubt about that.

But, as fundamental, as essential, as rooted, is a radical (radical means rooted) evolution in how we generate energy. And that starts with understanding of fundamental forces.

I have been somewhat distracted from this focus because of attacks I had to fend off. I’m back on the it now as definitively as I can be.

© Copyright 2021 Nathan Curry

1 thought on “Zeitgeist”

  1. The comments in the above Facebook Post were –
    Nathan Curry commented :
    It’s funny that there’s at least two books which associate the word “mad” with Tesla (in the title).
    How is he mad though? Almost single-handedly he launched the age of electricity.
    What we don’t understand we judge.

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