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'Jeruzalem' of Gold This Is Not
Filmmaker and writer
If you've never been to Israel, the apocalyptic film
may not be the best introduction to the Middle East, but it sure is a great travelogue for the ancient city.
Superflex: Why We Flooded McDonald's
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What motivates a Danish artists' group to make a movie where one of the most famous American fast food restaurants is inexplicably flooded?
How To Prepare Your Home For Zombies
The best answer to any question
This is fairly simple to do if all you are trying to accomplish is to create a home where zombies cannot enter.
Climate Change Fail
Creator of Acronym TV/ Director- American Autumn: an Occudoc
In what should be another colossal embarrassment for the United States -- recently leaked internal documents show how little our government is prepared to take responsibility for the damage done by climate change.
The Desired Apocalypse
The strangest thing about this post-apocalyptic obsession is that the post-apocalypses we see are almost always beautiful. It's an odd kind of wishful thinking. A clean slate is always romantic, after all.
Galactic Time Keepers
Actor, Writer, Humanitarian
Ultimately, we do play a part in our own destiny, for destiny only takes us half way. The rest we have to walk ourselves.
Rapture Rescheduled: Harold Camping Says World Will End On Friday...And This Time He Means It
Tett on TARP and the Apocalypse
Former editor in chief, 'The Deal'
In America it takes an apocalypse to get anyone to pay much attention to anything but their craven self-interest. Talking points continue to argue that the post-Lehman, AIG implosion crisis that led to TARP was not really a meltdown, but just a few days of pain.
2011: The Year of Living Dangerously?
President, Population Institute
Every year is fraught with unpredictable hazards, but, more than any year in recent memory, 2011 features a large number of recognizable threats that could precipitate a larger global crisis.
The End Is (Always) Near
The Maeve Chronicles
The word apocalypse does not actually mean the end time or disaster but revelation. It comes from the Greek apokaluptein, to uncover. As a storyteller, I can relate.
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