During the last year 2017 I have published 12 episodes, including this one. Please listen to the excerpts of the episodes that have been played most. This is a review of the FasterThanExpected podcast in 2017.
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Guy discusses the questions: „How can I get out of the bed every morning?“ and “Why is Natalia Shakova lying?”
Aber morgen kam schneller, als ob die Zukunft niemals woanders gewesen wäre, sondern die ganze Zeit Teil der Substanz von jeder Gegenwart, die sich lediglich wieder und wieder selbst zu einer neuen Unterscheidung anordnet, die nie wieder neu sein kann.
~ Mark Z. Danielewski
This may be one of the best documented speaking tours of Guy. It could only be possible with the extraordinary work of Kevin Hester, who initiated and organized the tour, and the film documentation and live streaming of events by Pauline Schneider. So I could join the tour from the other side of the globe here in Germany.
In the podcast episode about the Blue Ocean Event Guy McPhersons part begins at 13:07 min.
At minute 15:45 he concluded:
I think the Blue Ocean Event has meaning well beyond symbolic. The Blue Ocean Event symbolizes industrial civilization. It symbolizes the must-go-faster-mentality that takes us to the abyss ever faster. So it could – it could, I am not saying it will – it could very well create conditions under which there is no habitat for humans, in a matter of a year, two, three years, within a very short period of time in any event.
Episode 9 promotes “Guy McPherson’s New Zealand Tour 2016” from November, the 24th to December, the 7th. I hold an interview with Kevin Hester, who is organizing this tour. You may wonder that I am talking about these events on the other side of the globe, but it’s clear that we are facing a global catastrophe and we have to realize that we are living on this one planet.
I am honored to have the opportunity to present five great personalities, who share their knowledge about a burning issue, the melting of the Arctic sea ice and consequential a massive change of the global climate. We may listen to Sam Carana, Guy McPherson, Jennifer Hynes, Peter Wadhams and Kevin Hester, all short and condensed interviews or statements. It may be reasonable to repeat sections a few times. Some arguments recur, but everybody has a different view on it.