Randall Carlson rebuilds a lost timeline to illustrate how we might have developed and lost many civilizations in the past. He pitches the idea that the processional Great Year represented by the Zodiac may have been used as a clock to track and record reoccurring patterns of natural disasters. Over the course of the last […]
Beowolf was written at a crossroads between ages. The characters in the poem straddle both pagan and christian values and struggle with their inconsistencies. It was a product of ages of dynamic oral storytelling translated into a medium that while more permanent, ceased to be as meaningful to later generations. Verbal lore could be adapted […]
Will we reconnect with nature and find our place in the world once again or will our seemingly endless consumption devour the environmental states that allows us to continue to live? Cultivating reverence for the world around us seems like it should be moved to a higher priority.
Do you fully trust a teenager? Should you? Doesn’t it all depend on Trust? We have some big questions that we need to grapple with, most urgently the relationship between humankind and work. As much as everyone is concerned with their own livelihood and the challenges of automation, the question of defining consciousness is not […]
To maintain perspective, everyday I expose myself to the latest images and insights into the cosmos from JPL, NASA, ESA, and soon the CNSA. The solar system is very active! Our understanding and sensory capability is expanding everyday. Understanding the cosmos is more critical to understanding the moments of human activities than most are comfortable […]
How about we build a giant machine based around the best aspects of our technologies and program it favor ALL of NATURE rather than simply the human paradigm alone? One of my takeaways from WestWorld is realizing that Maeve should be our aim as we work to create artificial life. Her story warns us that […]
I’m working on a story about displaced time travelers from Golden Gate Park. I’ve been aching to try out Tiltbrush for months. This was my first effort and I’m proud of it. It took me longer than I hoped, but I don’t think I could have learned the user interfaces and made it any faster. […]
When I discovered MEOWWOLF, it felt like someone had tunneled into my mind and stolen my visions and dreams. The Atrium is a fully realized version of what I’m researching and exploring right now. Mixed Reality experiences offer so much opportunity for squad and family bonding. We have so many independent experiences offered to us […]