Anatomy of Human Destructiveness

Anatomy of Human Destructiveness

Are we set on a course of self-destruction? Our species sits at a crossroads in our social evolution that will either take us to the brink of annihilation, peering into the jaws of Hades with world-wide chaos so climactic that it will make an eternity of torture at the hands of Satan and all his little minions seem like a day at the seaside—or, if we can stop bickering and realize the oneness of the human race (i.e. get over our pettiness, bigotry and pathetic prejudices), create the elusive technologically driven utopia we were sold as kids. Staring down the barrel of global warming, one has to ponder what the future holds. What are the implications for us thirty to forty years from now? How will that affect our kids, our livelihoods?

The Death and Rebirth of Television

The Death and Rebirth of Television

A few days ago, I was lucky enough to get a little time for a one on one interview with television producer Heather Ferreira and ask her some frank questions about her views on the state of the entertainment industry. This 41-year-old retro TV addict says American television is seriously out of whack, but she and her new NYC-based studio are going to turn it around. You’ve been quoted saying that American television has lost its direction. Tell me what you believe is wrong with TV in the United States today. The baseline answer is that art cannot be mass-produced like a hamburger, but our networks in charge think it can.

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