Mass Media Conspiracy: Lies, Hoaxes & Manipulation (Full Version)

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Documentary exposing the deceit in the Media, and how you are manipulated, deceived and fooled around with, to shape and control you and make you believe what they want you to.

“I know the secret of making the average American believe anything I want him to. Just let me control television. Americans are wired into their television sets. Over the last 30 years, they have come to look at their television sets and the images on the screen as reality. You put something on television and it becomes reality. If the world outside the television set contradicts the images, people start changing the world to make it more like the images and sounds of their television. Because its influence is so great, so pervasive, it has become part of our lives. You lose your sense of what is being done to you, but your mind is being shaped and molded.” -Hal Becker, Futures Group think-tank veteran.

 

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3D Printing: A Fascinating Look at the Future That’s Here Today

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Ever dream of a future free from the shackles of mindless mass-produced consumerism? A future of complete freedom, instantaneous manufacturing, and self-designed made-to-order one-of-a-kind goods? With additive manufacturing, that future is now. Join us today on The Corbett Report as we explore the 3D printing revolution.

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6 comments to 3D Printing: A Fascinating Look at the Future That’s Here Today

  • Paris

    Excellent primer on additive mfg. Thanks.

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  • Renald Cyr

    AWESOME. I don’t really understand in depth the whole 3D concept but I know deep within myself that it is changing in a positive way the world that I live in.

    Ron

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  • RNS1

    Dude I’m five min in and I’m nodding off! Get to the meat and potato’s of the topic! Sheesh! Thanks for the vid though?

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  • Ld Elon

    Someones gonna print themselves a UFO

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  • Phranck

    I am using my 3D printer to print more 3D printers

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  • Jonas

    This stuff blows my mind and I’m really looking forward to seeing all the possibilities come to life through this technology but the economic argument is wrong. I completely believe in a society forming around these technologies but there’s not a direct co-relation between people getting laid off and to an equal extent re-hired elsewhere. Jobless economic growth is a general problem and it doesn’t even seem to be isolated to de-industrialised western countries. I’m not going to bore people too much on this but let’s just say that capitalism as a system needs to be growing, in it’s totality, preferably around 3% per year and that’s becoming increasingly more difficult. However, a new economic system where growth isn’t essential to the system functioning, but where recycling and these types of technologies is at it’s core, might be a possible..

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