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Off The Cuff: A New Framework For The Future

A helpful tool for producing the outcomes we need
Monday, June 18, 2018, 9:50 PM

In this week's Off The Cuff podcast, Chris discusses:

  • Reflections On The Future
    • Debrief on Chris' recent NASA conference
  • Cheering On The Way Down
    • We're still partying, unaware of the crisis we're in
  • A New Framework For Seeing The World
    • The Extractive/Regenerative vs Scarity/Abundance plot

This week a travel-weary Chris recounts his key takeaways from the NASA/Blue Sky "Future of Work" conference he just attended. 

On one hand, it's encouaring smart mind of goodwill are coming together to brainstorm how to enter the future with prosperity and grace. But there's so much those caught up in the status quo are blind to. One accomplishment Chris is proud of is a framework he introduced to provide context and focus to the event. One that gets folks on board from the start that any actions embraced need to be based in creation, not consumption.

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Off The Cuff: The Message Is Propagating

Suddenly, the media is interested in our story
Friday, February 10, 2017, 11:26 AM

In this week's Off The Cuff podcast, Chris and I discuss:

  • Chris' recent presentation to NASA
  • The promise of our current meetings in Dallas with large media outlet
  • The recent spike in media interest in the Peak Prosperity message
  • Why the markets are "too calm" right now

While on the road, Chris and I sit down to share our observations of the fast start to 2017 that Peak Prosperity is experiencing. Likely due to the uncertainty following the US presidential election, this is the busiest start we've seen in years in terms of new audiences requesting access to the PP.com message.

I ask Chris for a debrief of his trip to Pensacola, FL last week for NASA's centennial celebration -- where he and other big brains discussed what should be NASA's priorities for the next 100 years. Then, he and I discuss the warm reception our message is receiving from the large media company we're meeting with in Dallas. » Read more

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NASA: Revisiting Our Vulnerabiity To Solar Flares

Addressing the near miss CME of July 2012
Saturday, October 25, 2014, 6:10 PM

Dr Guhathakurta returns to the podcast this week to discuss a large-scale solar flare that nearly hit Earth back in July of 2012 (a direct hit missed us by about 1 week), as well as to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the warning system we have in place to alert us to such dangers, and the continuing vulnerability our system have to such an event. » Read more

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NASA: Our Technology-Dependent Lifestyle is Vulnerable to Solar Flares

Understanding the potential impact of CMEs
Saturday, August 3, 2013, 10:45 AM

In 1859, a massive coronal mass ejection (CME) known as the Carrington Event slammed into Earth.

Fast-forward to 2013. Our planet is orders of magnitude more dependent on its technology systems. And a solar event the size of the Carrington Event has not recurred since. How vulnerable are we, should another one arrive? » Read more