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The Zeitgeist Movement Defined

The Zeitgeist Movement Defined

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Published by Beatriz Tur

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Published by: Beatriz Tur on Jan 25, 2013
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Today, various terms exists to express the general logical basis for a more scientifically oriented
Social System in different circles, including the titles “Resource-Based Economy” or “Natural Law
Economy.” While these titles are historically referential and somewhat arbitrary overall, the title
“Natural Law/Resource-Based Economy” (NLRBE) will be utilized here as the concept descriptor
since it has the most concrete semantic basis.18

A Natural Law/Resource-Based Economy is to be defined as: “An adaptive socio-economic system
actively derived from direct physical reference to the governing scientific laws of nature.”

Overall, the observation is that through the use of socially targeted research and tested
understandings in Science and Technology, we are now able to logically arrive at societal
approaches which could be profoundly more effective in meeting the needs of the human
population. We are now able to dramatically increase public health, better preserve the habitat,
while also strategically reduce or eliminate many common social problems present today which
are sadly considered inalterable by many due to their cultural persistence.
Since the dawn of scientific recognition, this general reasoning is nothing new in gesture and
various notable individuals and organizations, past and present, have alluded to such a scientific
re-orientation of society on one level or another. Notable examples are Technocracy Inc., R.
Buckminster Fuller, Thorstein Veblen, Jacque Fresco, Carl Sagan, H.G Wells, The Singularity
Institute and many others.

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