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Adam Taggart's picture
Adam Taggart
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Need 39 more responses

Shooting for 100 responses in order to get to a comfortable enough level of statistical significance.

So far we've received 61. So 39 to go.

If you haven't yet taken the survey, please invest a moment to do so now. It really is a quick one -- about 1 minute.

thanks!

Adam

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KugsCheese
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GMO

Interview Dr. Don Huber and/or Dr. Stephanie Sennett regarding gmo and associated pesticides.  

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KugsCheese
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Interview Ben Bernanke or Alan Greenspan

If Bernanke is scared of give and take, then Greenspan would probably accept because loves any attention.

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Time2help
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Re: Ben Bernanke or Alan Greenspan
KugsCheese wrote:

If Bernanke is scared of give and take, then Greenspan would probably accept because loves any attention.

Better yet, how about Paul Krugman? Or perhaps Doug?

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Adam Taggart
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Now at 70...

Just need 30 more...

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thatchmo
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Maybe interview Paul Hawken,

Maybe interview Paul Hawken, editor of the book which I bought but have yet to read- "Drawdown- the most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming".  Aloha, Steve

Adam Taggart's picture
Adam Taggart
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Now at 81

Getting there.

Just need 19 more...

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macro2682
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2nd

I second this.  Maybe not for a paid Webex, but I really want to hear Chris talk more with people who disagree with him.

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New_Life
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Posts: 109
Thanks for the survey

As mentioned in one of my responses, even if you understand and accept the data, analysis & likely conclusions I still feel there's a lot of inertia to take more bolder physical action, like moving to another area away from suburbs and jobs in towns/cities, we are very hardwired and lulled into believing our current lives will continue similarly to as previously experienced in this matrix.

Also communicating/convincing/persuading others of the daunting conclusions of the CC /  PP messages is difficult, but in taking the risk of seeming a doomsayer, in doing so I find I'm also persuading a part of myself to stop bargaining with misleading hopes that everything will continue as "normal".

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karenf
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I would love to see

Chris and Adam-- 

Nate Hagens in his Reality 101 class at the University of Minnesota spends 6 weeks talking about how humans distort reality.  He takes out the DSM and lists several pages on all the different types.  This would be something I would like to understand more in depth.  I think it would be super interesting to your viewership whether you get Nate on or someone else... it is a topic that needs to be thoroughly looked at.

Karen

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NickAdams10
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Here's an idea

Hey Adam,

How about a few posts with suggestions on raising children for a much less complex economy? I don't recall that being addressed, and when the economy does become simplified, a lot of the assumptions that we make around helping prepare our children for adulthood (like sending them to college for degrees in certain professions) are going to be rendered invalid.

Perhaps Chris has some perspective on this. Just a thought.

Nick

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pyranablade
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my 2 cents

More Kunstler, Orlov, Tainter, Greer, Gail the Actuary, plus our own permaculturist needs more exposure here too.

I'd also like to see Eliot Coleman - especially him talking about extending the growing season in the Midwest.

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aggrivated
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I was off grid during the survey

so will just say that I would like to suggest getting involved with the 2018 International Degrowth Conference next spring in Mexico City.

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pinecarr
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Posts: 2215
The survey's over, but...

I think Emotional Resilience is a topic that doesn't get a lot of air time, yet is critical to have/develop as we deal with troubled times.

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NickAdams10
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One more stray thought

Hey Adam,

What about a reading list? Perhaps some titles on gardening, resilient home design and location, etc.? I know this is an old post, but the thought just occurred to me when a friend mentioned that he's reading a book on gardening in hard times.

 

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