Everything you need to know about the difference between money and resources

This post features a compilation of videos looking at the inefficiency of a monetary-based economy and the potential of a resource-based one (which manages resources and abundance, not debt and scarcity) to improve quality of life and solve social and environmental problems globally.

The post draws on material from Peter Joseph, film director and founder of the Zeitgeist Movement; and Jacque Fresco, engineer, futurist and founder of the Venus Project.

The Zeitgeist Film Series

“Zeitgeist: The Movie” (2007),  “Zeitgeist: Addendum” (2008) and  “Zeitgeist: Moving Forward” (2012).

YouTube playlist (the three movies will play sequentially or skip between using the arrows).

Culture in Decline

Peter Joseph’s satirical web series — features interesting personality and comedic commentary which has received critical acclaim.

YouTube playlist (the six episodes will play sequentially or skip between using the arrows).

Peter Joseph lectures

A series of Zeitgeist Movement lectures — “Where are we now?”, “Where are we going?” and “Social pathology” — given by Peter in 2009 and 2010.

YouTube playlist (the three lectures will play sequentially or skip between using the arrows)

The Venus Project — Future by Design

A documentary showing the life-long work of Jacque Fresco and the Venus Project, which aims to design a resource-based economic system.

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