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aberrantaberrant behavior that departs from what is accepted as normal or conformingnon-conforming; deviant
aberratedJacque Fresco (Don't forget: you're dealing with aberrated people. They are not responsible for their answers; they're victims of culture and that means they have been influenced by their culture. (Moving Forward transcript) by defects, abnormality, or deviation from the usual, typical, or expected courseabnormal; atypical, defective
abhorrentAs opposed to the contrived, shallow, self-centered, corruption generating goals of wealth, property and power, which are not only dominant today, but abhorrently, actually praised by the population., loathed, strongly dislikeddisgusting; loathsome; repellent
access abundance (economy)In a RBEM, the focus moves from static ownership to strategic access, with a system designed for society to obtain access as needed... Access Abundance: It has been denoted that the average automobile sits in parking spaces for the majority of its life span, wasting space and time. Rather than having this wasteful consequence of the ownership system, one car could facilitate a large number of users in a given region, with only a fraction of the production/resource needs. nounAccording to the RBEM, when the focus moves from static ownership to strategic access, with a library-like system designed for society to obtain access as needed, 'access abundance' would be one of the values that would emerge and replace outdated values of property ownership.
access centersAnd as far as physically obtaining the goods, centralized and regional access centers all make sense for the most part, placed in close proximity to the population and a person would simply come in, take the item use it and when finished, return it when it is no longer needed, sort of how a library works today. In fact, these centers could not only exist in the community in the way we see local stores today, but specialized access centers would exist in specific areas where often certain goods are utilized, saving more energy with less repeat transport. nounThe access center is a library-like design for utilization of goods in a RBEM.
activist arm of TVPThe Zeitgeist Movement is the activist arm of The Venus Project , which constitutes the life long work of industrial designer and social engineer, Jacque Fresco. phraseActivist arm means "promote the aims of" The Venus Project, which was first mentioned in The Activist & Orientation Guide of TZM. Explanation of separation of TVP from TZM is denoted in Wikipedia article here: Venus Project was featured prominently in the 2008 documentary film Zeitgeist: Addendum, as a possible solution to the global problems explained in the first film and first half of the second film.[15] The film premiered at the 5th Annual Artivist Film Festival in Los Angeles, California on October 2, 2008, winning their highest award, and it was released online for free on Google video[22] on October 4, 2008.[23] Following the movie, an organization called the Zeitgeist Movement was established to promote the aims of the Venus Project. In 2011, an additional film, Zeitgeist: Moving Forward, was also released. The movement functioned as the activist arm of the Venus Project. However, in April 2011, the Venus Project formally disassociated itself from the movement as it no longer felt represented by the direction the movement was heading in.[24]
Activist Orentation GuideThe Zeitgeist Movement. Activist and Orientation video Guide by Peter Joseph 2009. Noun (phrase)
actuallyLikewise, the intents inherent within the monetary system derive a strategic edge from scarcity. This means that depleted resources are actually a positive thing for industry in the short term for more money can be made off each respective unit. fact, in realityreally; truely; indeedCaution in some languages: this word means "in fact" and not "nowadays"
addictionDr. Gabor Mate (Moving Forward): Addictions are usually considered to be a drug-related issue. But looking at it more broadly, I define addiction as any behaviour, that is associated with craving, with temporary relief and with long-term negative consequences along with an impairment of control over it, so that the person wishes to give it up or promises to do so but can't follow through. And when you understand that, you see that there are many more addictions than simply those related to drugs. There's workaholism; addiction to shopping; to the Internet; to video games. There's the addiction to power. People that have power but they want more and more; nothing is ever enough for them. Acquisition - corporations that must own more and more. The addiction to oil or at least to the wealth and to the products made accessible to us by oil. phrasea habit of activity, usually injurious bent, craving, dependence, enslavement, fixation, hang-up, hook, inclination, obsession
advertisingApart from those issues, it is important to also consider human labor contributions based on social relevance, not monetary gain. In a RBE, there would be no reason to have such occupations as Banking, Trading, Insurance, Cashiers, Brokers, Advertising... or anything related to the governance of money. (gerund)Advertising is a form of communication used to encourage or persuade an audience (viewers, readers or listeners) to continue or take some new action. Most commonly, the desired result is to drive consumer behavior with respect to a commercial offering, although political and ideological advertising is also common. The purpose of advertising may also be to reassure employees or shareholders that a company is viable or successful. Advertising messages are usually paid for by sponsors and viewed via various traditional media; including mass media such as newspaper, magazines, television commercial, radio advertisement, outdoor advertising or direct mail; or new media such as websites and text messages. Commercial advertisers often seek to generate increased consumption of their products or services through "Branding," which involves the repetition of an image or product name in an effort to associate certain qualities with the brand in the minds of consumers. Non-commercial advertisers who spend money to advertise items other than a consumer product or service include political parties, interest groups, religious organizations and governmental agencies. Nonprofit organizations may rely on free modes of persuasion, such as a public service announcement (PSA).
Modern advertising developed with the rise of mass production in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
pitching, plugging, sponsoring, touting, advancing, aggrandizing
agricultural beltThe agricultural belt, with many transparent enclosed buildings, will be used to grow a wide variety of organic plants without the use of pesticides (insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, and inorganic fertilizers). phraseThe agricultural belt is one component of The Venus Project Circular City arrangement for efficient and sustainable food production within the city system.
aircraftAt the beginning of World War II the U.S. had a mere 600 or so first-class fighting aircraft. We rapidly overcame this short supply by turning out more than 90,000 planes a year. aircraft is a vehicle that is able to fly by gaining support from the air, or, in general, the atmosphere of a planet. It counters the force of gravity by using either static lift or by using the dynamic lift of an airfoil, or in a few cases the downward thrust from jet engines.airplane, airliner, airship, balloon, blimp, chopper, dirigible, flying machine, flying saucer, helicopter, jet, zeppelin
all we can doAll we can do, if somebody becomes violent is punish them- lock them up or execute them- but we don't need to worry about changing the social environment or the social preconditions that may lead people to become violent because that's irrelevant.”--Dr. Gilligan (Moving Forward) phraseHaving sufficient power, force, or efficacy, for the object to be done or accomplishedsufficiency, efficacy, possibility, accomplishment
AmericaI explained that America owed everything it has to other cultures and other nations. and that I would rather pledge allegiance to the Earth and everyone on it.(Fresco) Another example: …."is the US planning to bomb Iran?......America is sponsoring terror attacks in Iran..." from Moving Forward intro nounreference to The United States of America, may also be referred to as US US, U.S., USA, U.S.A.Please note that according to LTI Guidelines, the preference is US as opposed to U.S. (omission of periods in common abbreviations)
anything lessRather than focus on the 400 people who have more wealth than 150 million in America or the fact that globally 1% of the world's population has more wealth than 40%, let's instead ask ourselves how such a manifestation is even possible and, more critically, why we would expect anything less? (TZM response to OWS) phraseThis term means exactly what it says --"something less than what has occurred, happened, or was received".
application of the scientific method for social concernThe application of "the scientific method for social concern" is oft-repeated mantra for the basis of social operation in a RBEM. While the obviousness of this in regard to industry is simple enough to understand, it is important to also realize its value in regard to human behavior. (TZM FAQ) phraseHumans are products of their environment and personal/social reform is a scientific process.
Architectural Records
arrive at decisionsPeople do not make decisions, they arrive at them. words: verb & modifying phraseto make up one's mind, to determine, to resolve or settle on a choice
associative memoryIn an environment of creative games, associative memory and the experiences gained form the basis of creative thinking. --Jacque Fresco on Education in the RBE. noun Associative Memory is the process by which ONE MEMORY TRIGGERS ANOTHER. One thought or memory triggers another. This trigger may include words, feelings, sights, sounds, smells, images, actions, tunes.
automationThe system uses no money and makes goods and services available without a price tag, debt, barter, or servitude of any kind. If we use our technology intelligently, we can create an abundance of goods and services for the entire planet. We use machines and automation to produce and distribute all manufactured products, which will be available at distribution centers to everyone. is the use of control systems and information technologies to reduce the need for human work in the production of goods and services.cybernetics, robotics, mechanization,
automated pneumatic tubes
balanced-load economy
beltit seems rational to place these functions in belts based on the amount of land required for each goal of a country used for farming
behavioral (behavioural) violence
Beyond Money, Politics & War
biasIt's called "arriving at decisions" as opposed to "making" them which is a subjective act based on incomplete information and very often cultural or personal biases., having a fixed idea that is often derived from some aspect of culture such as social, economic, or religious stratification preference; inclination
bio-psycho-social nature of human development
biosocial theoryThe first part of the Biosocial Theory of Creativity is that there is a definitive link between madness, also known as irrationality, and creativity. Many of the greatest creative thinkers, Van Gogh as an example, went mad later in their lifetime. Also, mad people who are held in psychotic wards have been found to create masterpieces of art, especially in the avant-garde style. It has been proposed that the suffering of mentally ill people is compensated when they perform great works of art, as an opposite end of their mental spectrum. in behavioral and social science that suggests the attribution of disorders of personality and conditions of mind to the reaction of biologically determined personality traits to environmental stimuli.
Bo FilterIt is difficult to maintain a viewer’s interest in what Bo Filter describes as our “post-literate society”, and I make no apologies for attempting to move and entertain in addition to educate.,target
book smartsCreativity will always serve you better than book smarts. nounBeing able to succeed scholastically, and not necessarily in the real world.
boom and bustthe problem we're seeing in the world is not the result of some inflationary cycle boom and bust phenomenon great buildup in the price of a particular commodity or, alternately, the localized rise in an economy, often based upon the value of a single commodity, followed by a downturn as the commodity price falls due to a change in economic circumstances or the collapse of unrealistic expectations.
Borgese, Elisabeth Mann
break faith withAnd unless it wants to break faith with its social function words: verb & objectBE DISLOYAL TO; be unfaithful to; be untrue to; betray
by design
CD (certificate of deposit)I put it into a CD at 4% interest financial product commonly offered to consumers in the United States by banks
carrying capacityit has to be related to the carrying capacity of the earth, phraseIn relation to Earth's resources, the potential to sustain without depletion
cash holdings
central cybernated system
central (computerized) database
Central (organizational) dome
chapter (literature)
chapter (organization)
circular city (cities-total enclosure city)
city planning
cities in the seathese means the contructions of civilizations in the sea, a people comunity living in a structure architectonicspeople's comunities living in the seamarine cities
city systems And this brings us back to our city system.
civil libertiescompound noun
classic market economics
cloud-cuckoo-land... it is legalized fraud by a private closed-loop banking cartel based on "cloud-cuckoo-land" logic, apart from that? 24:42 - Ben McLeish--The Future of Economics - A Perspective from The Zeitgeist Movementcompound nounBritish phrase coined from a play by Aristophanes--"The Birds". --A fanciful or ideal realm.Never-never land
Collateralized Debt Obligation (CDO) Proper compound nouna form of investment-grade security that is usually backed by pools of non-mortgage bonds, loans, or other assets
common heritage (of all the world's people)declaring all the natural resources on the planet as common heritage to all people nouna legacy or birthright that is the same for all people
compliance officerAt Christmas, who gets the biggest bonus at Christmas in an average broker job? The compliance officer. nounGenerally, a CCO is in charge of overseeing and managing compliance issues within an organization, ensuring, for example, that a company is complying with regulatory requirements, and that the company and its employees are complying with internal policies and procedures.
comprehensive, comprehensive systems approachSo, when I use the term 'a comprehensive systems approach' I'm talking about doing an inventory of the area first and determining what that area can supply in scopeextensive
computerizationCybernation, which combines robotics and computerization. the control of processes by computerscybernation
computerizedadjectiveto furnish with a computer or computer system OR to enter, process, or store (information) in a computer or system of computers.
conditionMost complex conditions might have a predisposition that has a genetic component premise upon which the fulfillment of an agreement depends
In our materials, we often use it to mean disease (i.e resource link)
conditioningSimultaneously, the population suffers from a fear of change, for their conditioning assumes a static identity. or verbA process of behavior modification by which a subject comes to associate a desired behavior with a previously unrelated stimulus.accustoming; training; educating
conspicuousadjectiveobvious to the eye or mind; "a tower conspicuous at a great distance"easy to notice; obvious
conspicuous consumptionAnd our society, as it exists can only operate if our values support the conspicuous consumption it requires to continue the market system. nounwasteful or excessive spending as a display of wealth or in order to maintain or achieve a higher level of social status.
Contour CraftingContour Crafting is actually a fabrication technology-the so-called 3D printing- when you directly build 3D objects from a computer model. nounconstruction process that uses a computer-controlled crane or gantry to build edifices rapidly and efficiently without manual labor.
conveyorElectric trams, conveyors, transveyors and maglevs- which can take you virtually anywhere in the city a mechanical apparatus that transports materials, packages, or items being assembled from one place to another.
In our materials, conveyors transport people, too!
CorporationWith four corporations owning all major media outlets, objective information is impossible. group of people (business) authorized by law to act as a legal personality & have its own powers, duties, and liabilities separate from its individual memberscompany
corporate crime
Corporatocracythe policies of the government are basically forged by the corporatocracy government that serves the interest of, and may be run by, corporations and involves ties between government and business; a ruling class determined by corporations rather than political entities
cost efficiency
created out of debt
Creative Commons License
credentialism (tendency)
currency in circulation
cybernatedThe Future by Design is a self-regulated society governed by a cybernated system of supply and demand. or verbcontrolled or managed by computers computerized
cybernated knowledge base
cybernated machine(s)
The most advanced form of mechanization is called cybernation. the control of processes by computer; Allowing technology (computers) to control various aspects of society; Wedding of computerization with machine automationcomputerization
cybernatornounan individual who prefers to interact and develop relationships with other people online rather than in person
decaying society
decision makingthe decision making system now is mainly based upon different industries which feel that they have a good product nounDecision making can be regarded as the mental processes (cognitive process) resulting in the selection of a course of action among several alternative scenarios.
demand/distribution tracking system
deprivation schools shutting down,
deregulationAdditionally, due to production-deregulation, environmental destruction is perpetual is the removal or simplification of government rules and regulations that constrain the operation of market forces.
desalinizationIt's the technicians that produce the desalinization plants. salt from water
DescentsHence, the public has the rights of regulating Descents, and all other Conveyances of Property, and even of limiting the quantity and uses of it.,target
designnoun/verb(n) a plan of construction, or (v) to devise a plan of construction